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Cities near Alcorcon for History Buffs

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    Leganes

    3
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    Madrid

    4.5
    502 reviews

    Cosmopolitan city where it's impossible to get bored. There are lots of activities: Leisure, Culture, Cuisine, Night, etc.. Highly recommended the old town, the Royal Palace, Plaza de Sol, sunset at the Temple of Debod, tapas in Plaza Mayor and in La Latina, and rest in the Retiro Park. At night you can find party anywhere...

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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
    1 review
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    Toledo

    4.5
    65 reviews

    An easy day trip from Madrid. Toledo is a popular tourist destination and for good reason. It has some of the best examples of mudejar style architecture and is a wonderful medieval town. The old city walls give this town a fairy tale type feel to it. Explore the town, the many churches, and just soak it all in.

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    Segovia

    4.5
    23 reviews

    Gayle and I arrived in Segovia on October 12 ( Día de Hispania). Since it was a Holiday, we could park close to the Roman Aqueduct without worrying about the parking meters. We walked to the nearby Azoguejo Square with a Tourist Office, patriotic bunting, lots of military uniforms, the Walled City Above and of course the Roman Aqueduct in ...

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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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    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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