Get to know the surroundings of the Spanish capital if you plan a longer stay in Madrid visit numerous excursion destinations offered top 3 trips. Most Ausfllugszielen as the old University City are Toledo, El Escorial, Segovia, Alcala de Henares, Guadalajara in a radius of 100 km to reach and to visit in a day. You can use various means of transport: buses, commuter trains (Cercanias) or also a classic car. As accommodation booking is advisable on an apartment in Madrid for a relaxing trip. In this article, 3 of the most famous are both historically presented interesting excursions: Alcala de Henares, Toledo and El Escorial. East of Madrid, Alcala de Henares Alcala de Henares town lies on the river of Henares. Official site: New York Museums. This place was the birthplace of Miguel de Cervantes and it was one seat in 1498 by Cardinal de Cisneros of founded University, studied at the Thomas of Villanueva, Calderon, Lope de Vega, Quevedo and Tirso de Molina.
At the same The first multilingual Bible, the “BIBLIO”Complutensis University was published between 1515-1520. The University was laid in 1836 to Madrid and referred to as “Universitad Complutense”. The city lost the University while, nevertheless, experienced is still an economic and cultural boom. 1999 called the city a world heritage (UNESCO). Worth seeing is the Plaza de Cervantes (with a monument to the writer) the University (with its 3 courtyards), which (it is assumed it is his birthplace) has Museo Casa de Cervantes Toledo Toledo, perhaps less than 70,000 inhabitants, but it is one of the most important historical cities of Spain.
The city is located in the autonomous region of Castilla La Mancha and is located southeast of Madrid. It is a picturesque city, which it is in the Flusschleife of the Tajo. The city is historically important, as was the first capital of Castile and the century s was the scene of encounters between Jews, Muslims and Christians. Worth seeing here the Cathedral of Toledo is in any case, the landmark City. She was built in the years 1227-1493, in place of the Moorish mosque and the nearest from Burgos Cathedral is the largest Gothic Cathedral in Spain. Another is the bridge of Alcantara (Roman construction), the House of El Greco (it is believed that he lived here and died), the Sinagoga del Transito (which after the expulsion of the Jews in 1492 renamed) El Escorial in the small town of San Lorenzo de El Escorial lies northwest of the city of Madrid. It was centuries long the Royal residence during the summer months udn it is today as a huge, on UNESCO’s list of world heritage monastery castle with an enormous treasure of art. The castle of the monastery (Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial) was built in the 16 th century and finished. Here the Church with frescoes by Luca Giardono, is worth a visit also the Panteon de los Reyes (Tomb of the Kings of Spain), the library (some wervollsten incunabula are exhibited in the display cases). Martin Schmidt OK apartment