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Warst du jemals in Ávila?

Ávila, Hauptstadt der gleichnamigen spanischen Provinz, ist eine Stadt im Hügelland nordwestlich von Madrid. Es ist am besten für seine intakten mittelalterlichen Stadtmauern bekannt, mit über 80 zinnenbewehrten, halbrunden Türmen und 9 Toren, einschließlich der gewölbten El Alcázar, auf der östlichen Seite.

Was sagen die Leute

"Paula, our guide was knowledgeable and had a great energy. I was running late so i called to let them know and they waited for me. The bus ride was smooth, with comfy chairs and lots of space. The 3 places we visited were just breathtaking. I wish I had a month to explore each of them. I guess i’ll have to come back one day."
"Khan was an excellent tour guide. His attention to details, good sense of humor and constant effort to keep us engaged made this tour one to remember. Pablo our driver was very courteous and drove safely throughout our tour. The Roman aqueduct was simply astonishing and Khan did a superb job explaining its history to us. We even had enough time to skip lunch and visit the Alcatraz castle. You have to be in good shape to do it, but it’s worth it. My family had a great experience with Amigo Tours. We were very satisfied with Khan and Pablo. I highly recommend this tour since you can see so much in little time."
"We had planned to go to Segovia only. When we spent a few hours wit Cecilia in Segovia, we decided to go to Avila also :) She explained the history and other information so well and with so much passion that we really enjoyed it. We booked the Avila trip with her there and then. She was seen to be helpful to passengers needing direction and even physically challenged passengers"
"Great trip. The tour guide Cecellia was excellent and supportive. She made the experience worthwhile."
"We had a great time on our trip to Avila and Segovia. Originally I only wanted to see Segovia to see the castle but I’m glad the bus went to both places. Our bus was on time for pickup. First was about an hour ride to Avil where we stopped to take a picture of the walled city before entering. Then a walking tour with our tour guide Viviana, who gave us history in both Spanish and English plus some free time to explore. Then another hour bus ride to Segovia for lunch and another walking tour and free time. Both towns were very charming and a nice break from the city. The bus route was scenic with lots of pretty mountains to gaze at in between towns. Viviana was a fantastic tour guide and did her best to make everyone comfortable. We went on international Women’s day so the bus ride back to Madrid was longer due to traffic. We were blocked from getting to Plaza España because of demonstrations in the city that day, but the bus driver and Viviana found a way to get us pretty close to the drop off point and helped us map out how to get back to our hotel. Overall a great day trip! Worth every penny."
"It was a great trip! Jose did a very good job, translating everything in English and being attentive at our needs. We saw amazing places, and thanks to Jose we've learned so many things about them. Despite the fact that it is a 'busy' trip, in Avila and in Segovia we had enough to eat and to enjoy these amazing places. I recommended it."

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