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Experiencia Vintage - January € 99

  • 1 h 0 min
    • 99 €
  • to 4 sites

For an hour you will have at your disposal a unique car from the 30s. A different and fun experience to travel to the past.

The driver dressed in Peaky Blinders´ style will pick you up at the Cánovas del Castillo Square (Neptune) next to Starbucks and will be at your disposal to pick up whoever you want or to make the desired route directly.

You can take photos or videos during the tour and stop at a suitable place to toast with cava or enjoy some “violets”, typical Madrid candies.

It is an ideal present to surprise  your partner on your anniversary, your friends on their birthday, your son in his communion, your parents at any time or just to enjoy it with whoever you want.

An original and unique fun experience for all audiences.

Experiencia Vintage - January € 99 1 h 0 min

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    Cánovas del Castillo Sq, 5 (Neptuno next to Starbucks)
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    Temple of Debod
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    Cánovas del Castillo Sq, 5 (Neptuno next to Starbucks)

Calculate the time you will need to make the full tour and, if you need more time you can extend it with a supplement of € 49 every half hour. Contact us to book it.

When filling the reservation, include the small children who will travel in order to equip the car correctly. No extra amount will be charged for this equipment.

You can take pictures freely or make videos you want.

To enjoy the views the roof of the car will be fully open or with the transparent canopy during the tour, depending on the weather conditions.

The travellers must respect the Spanish traffic regulations, including the use of seat belts throughout the journey.

Cánovas del Castillo Sq, 5 (Neptuno next to Starbucks)

Temple of Debod

Now we’re arriving at the Principe Pio Mountain, the home of the old Cuartel de la Montaña barracks where General Fanjul proclaimed the Spanish Civil War on July 19, 1936. Today you can see a monument to those who perished during the assault on the barracks.


At the top of the hill, you will find the Temple of Debob, an authentic Egyptian temple in the heart of Madrid. The Egyptian government donated the temple to Spain in recognition of the scientific and financial assistance they provided in saving a vast heritage area during a flood of the Aswan Dam. The 2,200-year-old temple was brought over from Egypt, stone by stone. We recommend visiting at sunset to enjoy the magnificent city views.

Now we are going to enter the heart of the Madrid de los Austrias, which was the name given to the old town during the reign of the Habsburg dynasty, which began with Charles I.

These Renaissance and Baroque buildings are among the most picturesque in the city. The area includes Plaza de Isabel II, popularly known as the Opera Square, the Royal Palace, the Almudena Cathedral, the Plaza Mayor, the San Miguel market, and much more.