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Cities near Alcorcon for Budget Travelers

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    Leganes

    3
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    Madrid

    4.5
    503 reviews

    Entertainment at the maximum! Culture, museums, parks, sports etc.

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    Alcobendas

    5
    1 review
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    Pozuelo de Alarcon

    0
    2 reviews
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    Pinto

    5
    1 review

    mas bonito pueblo de madrid

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    Illescas

    4
    1 review

    Yyaaaa

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    Ciempozuelos

    4
    1 review
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    Las Rozas

    2
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    Alcala De Henares

    4
    5 reviews

    Alcala de Henares is a fantastic, budget-friendly day trip from Madrid. It's easily accessible by catching a Cercanía train from Atocha train station. It's a historical city, known as the birthplace of the famous writer, Cervantes and much of the architecture looks as though it hasn't been touched for hundreds of years. If you can visit Alcala during the Cervantes ...

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    Toledo

    4.5
    65 reviews

    This medieval city, nestled above the winding Tagus River, is a pristine UNESCO World Heritage site that is a must-see for history buffs. Wander the cobblestone streets of the walled city, browse local artisan specialties (like conquistador swords, ceramics and damascene), tour ancient cathedrals and eat tapas al fresco at streetside cafes, all with the authentic ambiance of one of ...

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    Segovia

    4.5
    23 reviews

    A great day trip from Madrid, Segovia has a lot to offer to the history buff. The amazing Roman aqueduct was maintained and used long after the fall of the Roman empire first by the Visigoth, then the Moors, and has continued to be used into modern times. Segovia also has a nice cathedral, and an interesting medieval town center ...

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    San Lorenzo de El Escorial

    4.5
    3 reviews

    San Lorenzo de El Escorial was built by King Phillip II in the late 16th century. Essentially, Phillip ran his many wars, and his Roman Catholic Counter-Reformation against Protestantism from this monastery. He eventually died here in 1598.

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