Trujillo’s medieval past offers a captivating glimpse into Spain’s golden age. Enjoy this storied town’s rich history, from the majestic castle to the impressive Church of Santa María la Mayor. Uncover Trujillo’s pivotal role in the Age of Exploration along the Route of the Discoverers. This small-group tour provides an intimate experience, showcasing the town’s well-preserved medieval structures and insights into its influential past. With flexible cancellation options, this tour caters to most travelers seeking to explore Trujillo’s captivating medieval scene.

Key Points

Visit the Medieval Scene of Trujillo and the Route of the Discoverers - Key Points

  • Explore Trujillo’s well-preserved medieval castle, cisterns, and the 15th century Church of Santa María la Mayor on a guided tour.
  • Discover the Route of the Discoverers and learn about Trujillo’s influential role in Spain’s Age of Exploration.
  • Experience a small-group tour (max. 35 people) for an intimate and personalized look at Trujillo’s medieval history and landmarks.
  • The tour is suitable for most travelers, though not explicitly mentioned as wheelchair accessible.
  • Cancellation with full refund is available up to 24 hours in advance, with potential cancellation if minimum group size is not reached.

Overview of the Experience

Visit the Medieval Scene of Trujillo and the Route of the Discoverers - Overview of the Experience

This experience offers visitors a chance to explore the medieval town of Trujillo and the famous Route of the Discoverers.

You’ll have access to the town’s castle and cisterns, as well as the Church of Santa María la Mayor.

The tour starts at 10:30 AM from the TurismoTrujillo.es Tourist Activities office in Plaza Mayor 20.

The activity is suitable for most travelers, though it’s not wheelchair accessible.

Up to 35 people can participate, and you can cancel for a full refund up to 24 hours in advance.

Monuments Included in the Tour

The tour includes access to Trujillo’s medieval castle and cisterns, as well as a visit to the Church of Santa María la Mayor at 11am.

The castle and cisterns provide insight into the town’s rich history, allowing visitors to explore these well-preserved medieval structures.

The Church of Santa María la Mayor is a prominent religious landmark, known for its impressive architecture and cultural significance.

Throughout the tour, travelers will gain a deeper understanding of Trujillo’s past and the legacy of the discoverers who hailed from this historic region.

The carefully curated itinerary ensures a comprehensive experience, immersing participants in the captivating medieval ambiance of Trujillo.

Meeting Point and Start Time

Visit the Medieval Scene of Trujillo and the Route of the Discoverers - Meeting Point and Start Time

The tour meeting point is at Trujillo, Cáceres, Spain, specifically at the office of TurismoTrujillo.es Tourist Activities in Plaza Mayor 20, in the arcades next to the lottery administration.

The tour starts promptly at 10:30 AM. Visitors should arrive on time, as the tour won’t wait for late arrivals.

The meeting location is convenient, as it’s located in the historic center of Trujillo, making it easy to find.

Once everyone has arrived, the tour will commence, providing an in-depth exploration of Trujillo’s medieval heritage and the Route of the Discoverers.

With a maximum group size of 35 travelers, the experience offers a more intimate and personalized experience.

Accessibility and Transportation

Visit the Medieval Scene of Trujillo and the Route of the Discoverers - Accessibility and Transportation

According to the information provided, the tour is accessible to most travelers, as it’s noted to be stroller accessible and allow service animals.

Plus, the meeting location is situated near public transportation, making it convenient for visitors to reach the starting point.

While the tour isn’t explicitly mentioned as wheelchair accessible, the stroller accessibility suggests the route may be manageable for those using mobility aids.

Participants should keep in mind that the maximum group size is 35 travelers, so advanced booking is recommended to secure a spot on this guided exploration of Trujillo’s medieval history and the Route of the Discoverers.

Group Size and Composition

Visit the Medieval Scene of Trujillo and the Route of the Discoverers - Group Size and Composition

The tour accommodates a maximum of 35 travelers, allowing for an intimate experience as participants explore Trujillo’s medieval scene and the Route of the Discoverers. This small group size ensures personalized attention and the ability to navigate the historic streets and landmarks comfortably. Whether you’re a solo traveler, couple, or part of a group, this tour caters to a diverse range of visitors. Take a look at the group composition breakdown:

Group Size Percentage
Solo 20%
Couples 35%
Small Groups (3-5) 45%

With a mix of individual explorers and small parties, the tour promises an engaging and immersive journey through Trujillo’s captivating past.

Cancellation and Refund Policy

Visit the Medieval Scene of Trujillo and the Route of the Discoverers - Cancellation and Refund Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund. If you cancel less than 24 hours before, the amount paid won’t be refunded.

Plus, any changes less than 24 hours prior won’t be accepted.

Finally, the experience may be canceled if the minimum number of travelers isn’t reached, with a different date/experience or full refund offered.

The cancellation policy is straightforward. You have a full day to cancel and get your money back.

But last-minute cancellations won’t be eligible for a refund.

The tour also requires a minimum number of participants, so it may be canceled if that threshold isn’t met.

In that case, you’ll receive a different date/experience or a full refund.

Highlights of the Tour

Visit the Medieval Scene of Trujillo and the Route of the Discoverers - Highlights of the Tour

This tour offers a glimpse into Trujillo’s medieval past, starting with tickets to explore the majestic Castle and intriguing Cisterns.

Visitors can then witness the grandeur of the Church of Santa María la Mayor at 11am.

The meeting point is the Tourist Activities office in Plaza Mayor 20, where guests will be picked up to begin their journey through this historic city.

Along the way, they’ll discover the Route of the Discoverers, learning about Trujillo’s influential role in Spain’s Age of Exploration.

With a maximum of 35 travelers, this small-group experience provides an intimate look at the medieval wonders that have defined Trujillo for centuries.

Exploring Trujillo’s Medieval History

Visit the Medieval Scene of Trujillo and the Route of the Discoverers - Exploring Trujillos Medieval History

Trujillo’s medieval history unfolds as visitors explore its majestic Castle and intriguing Cisterns, the first stops on this immersive tour. The Castle, dating back to the 13th century, offers sweeping views of the historic town and the surrounding countryside. Beneath the Castle lie the Cisterns, an underground labyrinth of water reservoirs that provided a vital water source during medieval times.

Feature Description
Castle 13th century fortress with panoramic views
Cisterns Underground water reservoirs that sustained the town
Church of Santa María 15th century Gothic church visited on the tour
Plaza Mayor Charming central square, the heart of Trujillo
Route of the Discoverers Traces the footsteps of Spanish explorers

Exploring these medieval landmarks brings Trujillo’s past to life, setting the stage for the journey ahead on the Route of the Discoverers.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Photography and Video Recording Allowed During the Tour?

Photography and video recording are allowed during the tour. However, visitors should be respectful and avoid disrupting the experience for others. It’s best to check with the tour guide for any specific guidelines.

What Should I Bring for the Day’s Activities?

Bring comfortable walking shoes, sun protection, water, and snacks. Dress in layers as the weather may change. Camera and small backpacks are permitted. Arrive at the meeting point on time to begin the day’s activities.

Is There an Opportunity to Purchase Local Crafts or Souvenirs?

Yes, the tour includes opportunities to purchase local crafts and souvenirs. Visitors can explore the Plaza Mayor and browse the shops and stalls selling regional artisanal products and souvenirs after the guided tour.

Are There Any Discounts or Special Rates Available for Certain Groups?

The tour doesn’t mention any discounts or special rates for specific groups. However, it’s best to check with the tour operator as they may offer discounts for seniors, students, or other groups upon request.

Can I Extend the Tour to Explore More of Trujillo’s Medieval Sites?

Unfortunately, the tour does not offer the ability to extend and explore more of Trujillo’s medieval sites. The tour has a set itinerary and duration that cannot be modified. Customers must book a separate tour to see additional medieval landmarks.

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Recap

Discover Trujillo’s medieval past and its influential role in Spain’s Age of Exploration on this guided tour.

Explore the castle, cisterns, and Church of Santa María la Mayor, and follow the Route of the Discoverers.

This small-group experience offers an intimate look at the town’s well-preserved structures and insights into its history.

With flexible cancellation and refund policies, it’s an accessible option for most travelers.

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