Panoramic Tours Madrid

The city of Madrid offers countless places to see and many corners to get lost.

From the Puerta del Sol with its characteristic bear and strawberry tree monument, the 17th century Plaza Mayor, a symbol of the city, the Gran Vía, the Retiro Park, the Puerta de Alcalá, the Plaza de Cibeles, the Royal Palace, the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family and built in the 18th century, or the Temple of Debod, one of the great treasures that was a gift from Egypt to Spain for helping to save the temples of Nubia.

The cultural offer of the Community of Madrid is very wide: museums, foundations, temporary exhibition halls, galleries and art centers. The triangle known as the "Paseo del Arte", formed by the Prado Museum, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Reina Sofía National Art Centre, are three of the most important museums in the world, famous for their rich collections of European art, with works by Goya, Velázquez and other Spanish masters.

We suggest you explore several locations within a radius of less than 75 kilometers from the city of Madrid. The following destinations will not fail to surprise you: Toledo, Aranjuez, Segovia, Alcalá de Henares, Guadalajara, San Lorenzo del Escorial and the Valle de los Caídos.

In all of them you will be able to discover monumental palaces, UNESCO World Heritage sites, historical places, dream gardens, good food, etc.

We invite you to meet them on one of our helicopter tours.

Madrid, much more than the capital of Spain

Alcalá de Henares and Guadalajara Tour

1 hour

from 440 euros/person depending on the number of passengers

Cervantes Square, Laredo Palace, Alcalá de Henares Cathedral, Alcalá de Henares Parador, Archbishop's Palace. Sigüenza Cathedral, Molina de Aragón Castle, Torija Castle, Sierra de Guadarrama, Alcázar Real, Panteón de la Condesa.

Toledo and Aranjuez Tour

1 hour

from 440 euros/person depending on the number of passengers

Toledo Cathedral in Gothic style, the Alcazar, the Town Hall, the Church of Santo Tome, the Synagogue of Santamaria la Blanca, the Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes, the Bridge of San Martin, the Gate of Alcantara, the Gate of Bisagra, the Royal Palace of Aranjuez, Aranjuez Gardens, Tagus River, Jarama River.

Tour Segovia

1 hour

from 440 euros/person depending on the number of passengers

Segovia Fortress, Segovia Aqueduct, Segovia Cathedral, Granja de San Ildefonso Palace, Vera Cruz Church, Riofrío Palace, Plaza Mayor, Sierra de Guadarrama.

Tour El Escorial and Valle de los Caídos

50 minutes

from 375 euros/person depending on the number of passengers

Monastery of El Escorial, La Granjilla de la Fresneda, El Valle de los Caídos, Basilica and Abbey of Santa Cruz del Valle de los Caídos, Sierra de Guadarrama.

General Conditions

  • Departure from Cuatro Vientos airfield (LECU). For departures from other points, please consult.
  • All prices include 21% VAT.
  • Flight times are calculated from start to stop of the helicopter's engines.
  • Before the helicopter flight there will be a mandatory safety briefing of approximately 5 minutes.
  • Our fleet of helicopters and all our personnel have all the necessary permits and certifications for public passenger transportation.

Discover the nearby towns of Madrid in one of our helicopter tours

Alcalá de Henares and Guadalajara Tour

Alcalá de Henares is located 35 km northwest of Madrid, and is known for the University of Alcalá with buildings from the 16th century. It is the city where Miguel de Cervantes, author of "Don Quixote", was born, is one of the UNESCO Heritage cities and also one of the first European universities, the Complutense University.

Guadalajara was founded by the Arabs, between the VIII and IX century. It was, in principle, a fortress on the border, located between the Arab and Christian worlds, called "Wad-al-Hayara", that is, "valley of the castles" or "valley of the stones".

Toledo and Aranjuez Tour

75 km from Madrid is Toledo, capital of the province of Castilla La Mancha, known as "the imperial city" for having been the seat of the Court of Charles I, or the "city of the three cultures" for having been populated for centuries by Christians, Jews and Muslims.

Aranjuez is known for its Royal Palace (declared a UNESCO Heritage site in 2001), the grid pattern of its streets and its strawberry and asparagus orchards. The city became one of the royal sites of the Crown of Spain during the 16th to 18th centuries.

Tour Segovia

98 km from Madrid, at the foot of the Sierra de Guadarrama is Segovia, capital of the Community of Castilla y Leon. The old city and its aqueduct, the most important Roman civil work in Spain, were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985.
The aqueduct is considered the most important Roman civil engineering work in Spain, and is one of the most significant and best preserved monuments of Ancient Rome in the Iberian Peninsula.

Tour El Escorial and Valle de los Caídos

The El Escorial complex is an architectural marvel located in the town of San Lorenzo de El Escorial, 45 km northwest of Madrid. It includes a royal palace, a basilica, a pantheon, a library, a school and a monastery. It was declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1984 and was considered, from the end of the 16th century, the Eighth Wonder of the World.

The Basilica and Abbey of the Valley of the Fallen, built in 1940 and 1958 at the request of Franco, who was buried there until 2019 along with Primo de Riviera and victims of the Spanish Civil War, is 9 km away.

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