All our wheelchair accessible tours in Madrid are suitable for wheelchair users, scooter users, slow walkers, and other travelers. Our tours are flexible, and it is possible to adapt them according to your wishes. Furthermore, if you want, your tour guide can push manual wheelchairs. For more information about the tours we offer, check the different tour pages below.
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE MADRID
TOURS IN MADRID
With this half-day tour, you discover the old city center of Madrid with a private English-speaking tour guide. During the city tour, you see many different districts, squares, historical monuments, and museums. We stroll along the Royal Palace, the Almudena Cathedral, Plaza Mayor and Puerto del Sol, Gran Via, the City Hall, and much more!
With this tour, you admire the most impressive buildings and monuments from different historical periods in Madrid in one day. During the tour, you have a licensed private guide at your disposal, who tells you everything about Madrid’s history.
On this tour, you visit one of the most unique medieval cities in Spain. Your private guide drives you in about one hour from your accommodation to Toledo. During this accessible city tour, you see many historical monuments such as the Cathedral of Toledo, the Church of Tomé, Synagogue of Santa María la Blanca, and gate the Cambrón.
During this full-day tour we visit two historical sites. In the morning you have a guided tour at La Granja de San Ildefonso with its beautiful gardens. And, your second stop in Segovia. In Segovia, you see the famous Roman aqueduct, the Cathedral of Segovia, and the Alcázar of Segovia.
Tours in Madrid
For each tour we offer, you are picked up at your accommodation or another pre-arranged location. After the tour, your guide brings you back to your hotel. Your English-speaking private guide shows you the most beautiful places in Madrid, Toledo, and Segovia. He tells you everything there is to know about the history of the city and the monuments you visit.
Madrid, the capital of Spain, has much to offer for visitors of all ages. The impressive Palacio Real is the official residence of the Royal family, while more centrally, the place to visit is the Puerta del Sol. There you can find Kilometer Zero, from where the distances to other cities are measured. Furthermore, there is a clock tower, which strikes every New Year with twelve chimes. The Spaniards eat one grape for each chime, and this event is broadcasted on television in Spain every year.
El Retiro is perfect for relaxing, and there is also the Palacio de Cristal and a monument of Alfonso XII. Additionally, in Madrid, there are many beautiful places such as Plaza Mayor and museums, like the Museo del Prado, which has an extensive collection of paintings, images, and more. Moreover, it has the most fabulous collection of pictures from Spanish and other European painters from before 1900.