One day April 23, 1616 died Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. Although his life was very busy, shuttling throughout Spain in the sixteenth century and seventeenth and even beyond our borders, whether in battles such as Lepanto or deprived of freedom as in Algiers, his life was closely related to the old Madrid, especially the neighborhood of the Muses, now known as the letters. Want to know the streets and buildings that are related to Cervantes?, Because here´s your chance .
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Old Printing of Juan de la Cuesta
Cervantes Society. 5,00€ pax - maximum 30 persons.
Alberto's House. Old house of Cervantes in Huertas Street, 18
House of Cervantes. Cervantes Street, 2
Convent of Trinitarias. Burried place of Cervantes
Sculpture of Cervantes in front of the Spanish Congress
Walking about 1 hour ½ to 2 hours depending on the group. Maximum 30 persons per group
This tour is ideal to combine with a journey to the birth city of Cervantes, Alcalá de Henares, World Heritage City declarated by UNESCO from 1998.