Nassica is a great commercial and entertainment centre with a wide offer created for the enjoyment of the whole family. It´s revolutionary architecture is based in the Rubick Cube. There are 20 cinemas, a bowling alley and an excellent gastronomic offer. The shopping area called “The Original Factory” has over 85 outlet shops distributed in two adjacent buildings, and is considered as one of the biggest outlet centers in Spain and the fourth in Europe. This shopping includes fashion, accessories, beauty and decoration brands, where you will find surplus and past collections items at low prices.
Chinchón is one of the most beautiful villages in the area of Madrid. Despite its proximity to the capital, it keeps a peculiar singularity. The village has a rich artistic heritage, with its Main Square dating to fifteenth century, and famous for its wooden porticos and balconies. The main value of this square is it’s activity - royal ceremonies, proclamations, theatre, corridas, executions, processions and even a cinema set have taken place in this privileged space. Other outstanding monuments are the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, with an interesting mixture of styles, such as gothic, plateresco, renaissance and baroque. Inside you could admire a magnificent painting of the “Asunción de la Virgen”, by Goya. See also the Clarisa´s convent, built in the seventeenth century; the clock tower and the old castle which overlooks the village used now as a distillery of the famous Chinchón anis.
Located in the valley formed by the rivers Tajo and Jarama, in a privileged natural scenary, Aranjuez was declared Cultural Landscape by the UNESCO in 2001. The Real Sitio and Villa, formerly summer residence of the kings and queens, is famous worldwide, and receives thousands of visitors every year eager to discover its history, culture, architecture and food as well as its beautiful gardens and landscapes. During your tour around this beautiful village, you cannot miss the Royal Palace, La Casa del Labrador, The Faluas Museum and the Island and Prince Gardens.
Toledo is one of the Spanish towns with a major heritage wealth. Know as the “Three cultures town”, because of the coexistence during centuries of Christians, Arabs and Jewish. Behind its walls, the town conserves artistic and cultural treasures of churches, mosques and synagogues. The enormous diversity of artistic styles converts the old town of Toledo in a real open air museum, declared World Heritage in 1986. The Cathedral, Alcázar, Mosque of Cristo de la Luz, the Tránsito and Santa María La Blanca Synagogue, bridges of Alcántara, Cambrón and San Martín, as well as the House-Museum of El Greco, are places that you shouldn’t miss during your tour.