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Transfer service during Football World Cup 2018 in Moscow from Vnukovo International Airport to Metropol and vice versa.
During this walking tour around Madrid, we go back to Magerit, the Muslim Madrid.
We will tour the history of Madrid going through, traveling through centuries of stories while we enjoy the architectural beauty of Madrid.
Some of the most important sights you will see are:
The Muslim Walls of Madrid: Built in the 9th century, during the Muslim domination of the Iberian Peninsula.
Catedral Almudena: The Catholic cathedral in Madrid, the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Madrid. It was consecrated by Pope John Paul II in 1993.
Plaza de la Villa: The Plaza de la Villa is a picturesque small square in the heart of Madrid, not far from the much larger Plaza Mayor.
Plaza de la Paja: The square that hosted the city’s main market in the 12th and 13th century.
Iglesia de San Pedro el Viejo: The Church of San Pedro el Real is a small medieval church in central Madrid
Capilla del Obispo: The Chapel of Obispo de Madrid is a chapel where San Isidro Labrador, patron saint of Madrid, was first buried.
Iglesia de San Andres: Church located on the site of a former church from the times of Moorish occupation.
Plaza de puerta de los moros: One of the gateways to Madrid known for its religious history.
Museo San Isidro: A Madrid history museum with artifacts, maps & paintings from the Paleolithic period.
Puerta Cerrada: One of the oldest plazas with monuments dating back to medieval times.
Plaza Mayor: The grand, famous plaza of Madrid