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Madrid Private Tours and Small Group Tours

Madrid Private and Small Group Walking Tours

See the splendor of Spain’s regal capital with the insights of an expert
Relics from the Moors, the monarchy, and the Spanish Civil war can be found all over Madrid’s beautiful streets. Let a scholar with in-depth knowledge lead you through Spain’s vast history — from the ornate Royal Palace of Madrid to the world-renowned Reina Sofía and Prado Museums. Explore the majesty of Madrid with Context's private guided tours led by local experts.

Madrid Private Tours and Small Group Tours

With 25+ experts in our network in Madrid, we can organize a wide range of Madrid private and small group guided tours and other activities for culturally curious visitors. Some of our most popular private tours in Madrid include our Introduction to Madrid tour, which provides a general introduction to Madrid through historically or culturally important sites like Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, and the market, and our in-depth Spanish Civil War Tour with a historian, in which we examine what life was like under Franco's fascist reign, and how Spain eventually emerged from this dark period. Other options include our Madrid for Kids tour, which examines a similar array of sites as our Introduction to Madrid tour with a family guide trained in Visual Learning Strategies, using clues around us to imagine life at different stages of the city's history; and our Reina Sofia Tour, which takes a deep dive into some of the most important 20th-century works from such artists as Miró, Dalí, and Picasso, with a particular focus on his world-changing Guernica.
What Context Madrid Travelers Say
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Your description is not accurate. It is described as a 6 hour day which meant to me that since we met at 9am at the bus station, that we would return by 3. But Clara said most people depart Segovia at 3:25 or 4:30 getting back to Madrid around 5-6pm. She shortened her tour so that we could catch the 2:15 bus.
Excellent overview of the Prado. Carlos expertly guided us through the maze of people with interesting details of specific works.
Everyone was perfect