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Madrid Walking Tour: The Inquisition ¡Small Group!

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Join a 2-hour walking tour and discover all the secrets of the Spanish Inquisition in Madrid. Visit the real sceneries where autos-da-fé took place. See the old and dark jail of the court. Today, it is the Palace of the Holy Cross and headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Highlights

  • Discover the secrets of the Spanish Inquisition, a religious institution which worked as a moralizing institution of the Spanish society.
  • Visit the real sceneries where autos-da-fé took place.

Included

  • Bilingual guide.
  • Individual radioguided system

Excluded

  • Lunch, beverages or other services not specified above
  • Transportation
  • Pick up/ Drop off from the customer’s hotel.

Please Note

  • Keep in mind that the tour includes several visits on foot, comfortable shoes are recommended.

Restrictions

  • In order to cancel the booking with no penalties you must contact us at least 24 hours in advance.

Essential Information

  • This tour starts from Julià Travel Gray Line Spain in Madrid city center. Please refer to your documentation for more information.
  • It will not be necessary to print the voucher

Get to known one of the darkest periods of Spain’s history. Discover the religious institution that went down in history as one of the bloodiest ones in Europe. Learn about the Tribunal of the Holy Office of the Inquisition, established by the Catholic Kings and popularly known as the Spanish Inquisition.

As a moralizing organization for the Spanish society, its brutal acts comprise one of the darkest periods of the country history. Stroll around streets and squares where trials took place and gallows were located. See the old jail of the terrifying Inquisition court, today only a haunting memory. Learn about hideous historical facts and the most important players of the time.

Visit the real sceneries where autos-da-fé took place. The famous autos-da-fé consisted in public acts where heretics were judged by the Inquisition courts. This events where transformed in a kind of shows that attracted a great number of people.

The foundation was not abolished until 1834, after a period of declining influence.

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