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Atlético de Madrid Football Stadium Tour and Museum Ticket
"Head inside Vicente Calderón Stadium the home ground of Atlético de Madrid – one of the city’s premier football teams – and then meet your guide for your stadium tour. Founded in 1903 the stadium was originally called Manzanares Stadium but changed its name to Vicente Calderón after one of Atlético de Madrid’s much-respected presidents.Walk around the pitch the field where many international games are played and visit the changing rooms where famous players like Tiago Mendes and Jorge Pulido get ready for games. As you walk listen to your guide talking about the stadium and also about the football club itself. Hear of famous games and the team's loyal fans who wear the club’s distinctive red-and-white striped shirts with pride.Other highlights of your Vicente Calderón Stadium tour include the press room
From EUR16.00
 
Electric Scooter Rental in Madrid
"Discover Madrid in a fun and ecologic electric scooter. It's a funny and easy way to discover several districts of Madrid without a guide.You can discover the main attractions in the center but also the off the beaten track secret locations that only the Vicente Calderon the bullring the Segovia bridge Madrid Rio the Big Casa Campo Park and many more."""
From EUR12.00
 
Cadiz Shore Excursion: Seville On Your Own
"Meet our representative close to the port main exit and sit comfortably in your A/C coach for the 80 minutes drive towards Seville. As you leave Cadiz with some other cruisers fellow our representative will tell you about the main monuments that can be seen. On this 80 minutes exciting  journey to Seville you will spot some Andalusian villages as well as observing the beautiful landscape that characterises this area. Your knowledgable representative will give you a general insight about the history lifestyle and culture of the area. Grab the opportunity to ask all the questions that will satisfy your curiosity! On arrival to Seville you will ride along the beautiful Palm Trees Avenue where some of the outstanding pavillions from the 1929 World Exposition can be seen before stopping in Plaza de España one of the most spectacular sightseeing in Spain. Time will be allowed to wander around this real gem and make a visit before boarding your coach until your arrival point in Seville historical centre. Your non-guided visit will start in Puer the Real Alcazar Palace and the Jewish Quarter can be reached within a minute walk.  During your time in Seville
From EUR32.00

More Things to Do in Rota

Our Lady of the "O"

This church stands out on the Rota skyline with its odd shape and towering capilla. Built in the 16th century it has a complicated mixture of architectural styles and was financed by the de Leon...
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Jul 05, 2006

Wander the streets

There are great little plazas and small streets to wander in Rota. It is small enough that it is almost impossible to get lost and just as easy to get wrapped up in the quaint atmosphere of the old...
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Jul 05, 2006

Castillo de Luna-Moon Castle

Once used by the family of Ponce de Leon, it was built on top of a Moorish fort in the 13th century. The ground floor is open to the public for free but the second floor is the current seat of the...
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Jul 05, 2006

Walk the Paseos

The paseos that are along the beaches are a great place to stroll and watch the activity on the beaches below. They are usually tree lined and have intermittent cafes around them. They are...
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Jul 05, 2006

Play on the beach

The beaches around Rota are clearly the biggest draw of locals and tourists alike. The Chorrillo and Rompidillo beaches are along the Bay of Cadiz. The water is calm and not as windy as Playa de la...
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Jul 05, 2006

Plaza Bartolome Perez

This pretty plaza with the palm trees is home to two ot the main attractions in Rota, the Parroquia de Nuestra Senora de la 0 and the Castillo de Luna. It's also a nice place to relax with a drink and...
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Jun 30, 2005
 
 
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Castillo de Luna

The castillo was built as a residence on the site of a 13th century Muslim ribat. Today serves as the main government building (ayuntameinto) for the city of Rota. We didn't get any decent information...
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Jun 30, 2005

Parroquia de Nuestra Senora de la 0

From the outside this church is fairly non-descript except for the pretty arched doorway, bell tower, and location on the fairly expansive Plaza Bartolome Perez. Inside is where you will be amazed at...
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Jun 30, 2005

Torre de la Merced

This tower has a pretty blue and white tile dome and is the remnant of the Convento de la Merced which was established in 1600 and destroyed by a hurricane in 1722.
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Jun 30, 2005

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"Two Weeks on the Costa de la Luz"
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"An incredible weekend!"
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"ROTA"
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"Rota, AGAIN!"
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