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Hiking & Fun ”El Escorial” – Saturday, February 3 (Pet Fiendly)

Sat, 03/02/2024 (09:30 - 17:00)


Discover the most charming side of Madrid by visiting these beautiful places in the company of a group of international people willing to have a good time enjoying nature and disconnecting from the big city.🌳

El Escorial is one of those historical places that we love to visit and that you will love too, not only for its majestic Monastery, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but we will also enjoy the beautiful forest of La Herrería, spectacular views, the so-called “Silla del Rey” which was used by King Philip II as a private viewpoint and even an ancient Roman road will be on our itinerary! 🗺️

In the middle of the tour, we will have a picnic to rest, eat and enjoy the views before starting our return.

This route is easy and suitable for everyone, approximately 12 km long. Even so, we always recommend coming in good physical condition.

This route is Pet Friendly, we will bring a van for those who want to bring their furry friends at no extra cost. 🐶

★★★ ¡LET’S GO! ★★★

✔ WHEN: Saturday, February 3.

✔ TIME: 9:30 A.M.


Inside Metro Moncloa, in front of the Coffee Station: https://goo.gl/maps/XpUhMmj3o8ypw2hc7

Price: ONLY 12€.

Including guide, photography report.

– We will be using public transportation, so please bring some cash for the bus. If you have your own car, you can bring it and share gas costs.


1. Hiking shoes.

2. Bring at least 1.5 liters of water.

3. Enough food sandwich, fruits, cookies, etc

4. Don’t forget your camera.

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Saturday, 03/02/2024

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