Overlooking the Tagus River, Toledo is located in the center of Spain. As it is close to Madrid, Toledo is an excellent destination to be covered in a day trip.
Distance – 73 km (1 hr)
Avila is a good option to relax from the hustle and bustle of city life and have a relaxing day in this serene land. The prominent architectural style in Avila is Romanesque, which can be seen in its churches and other buildings.
Distance – 109 km (1.5 hrs)
Sierra de Guadarrama is the latest region to be designated a National Park by the Government of Spain. Home to 12 diverse ecosystems, the area is free from human invasion and thus the natural assets here are preserved and untouched.
Distance – 67 km (1.5 hrs)
A Day trip to the city of Salamanca includes a walk through the history, art, and knowledge that surrounds the city's past. It has one of the earliest universities in Europe and the first one to establish one in Spain.
Distance – 214 km (2 hr)
If you are taking a camera with you, Segovia is the place to fill up all your storage. With a heritage dating back right from 80 BC with the Romans, Segovia is nestled on a rocky hilltop located northwest of Madrid.
Distance – 92 km (1 hr)
Chinchon is perched on the Tagus-Jarama River Basin. It is encompassed by vineyards and groves, and its urban centre was declared a Historic Artistic Site in 1974.
Distance – 62 km (1 hr)
A beautiful city with many sightseeing locations, Cuenca is a walkable destination nestled between the ravines of the Hussar and Jucar rivers.
Distance – 172 km (2 hr)