Don Quijote Route Private Excursion from Madrid | Day Tour to Toledo & Consuegra Windmills | VIP Transport

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Don Quijote Route Private Excursion from Madrid | Day Tour to Toledo & Consuegra Windmills | VIP Transport

The Don Quixote Route Private Excursion is an excursion in a high-end private vehicle along the Don Quixote Route.

On this private tour, our driver will pick you up at your hotel/apartment/house and will take you to visit two of the places where the knight Don Quixote lived his adventures: Toledo and Consuegra.

Once there, an expert guide will show you its most important locations, such as the famous windmills (which have appeared so many times in the stories of Don Quixote) or El Toboso (place where Don Quixote’s love, Dulcinea, lived).

Discover the most emblematic stories, legends and corners of the Don Quixote Route in a private high-end car with our expert guides!


  • Personalized tour according to the expert tour guide (always a tour that covers, in the most convenient order to maximize the time of the visit, the most important points of Don Quijote Route), as well as open to suggestions and requests from customers.


Don Quijote Route Private Excursion
From 928
  • 1 to 2 people *VAT included €928
  • 3 to 6 people *VAT included €1.001
  • 7 to 14 people *VAT included €1.122
  • Extra hour *VAT included €157


Based on 198 reviews
Muy buen tour privado con Javier a Segovia y dos bodegas. Una familiar que es Emilio Moro y otra de mucha arquitectura como es Portia . Lo recomendamos
Carlos Borregales
Carlos Borregales
Al principio tenía miedo el hacer una cosa así. Dejar mis pertenencias a un lugar desconocido. Solicité guardar una maleta pequeña y al final tuve que guardar una pequeña bolsa más, y para mí sorpresa no me cobraron nada a mayores. Todo un detallazo. La persona muy atenta y siempática. No ha habido ningún problema. Segurísimo que repito. Y lo recomiendo.
Gonzalo Cañedo Alonso
Gonzalo Cañedo Alonso
Estuvimos como empresa en un city tour Toledo y luego Madrid ! Nos encantó los Madrid de los austrias porque al pesar de los números de turistas en el mismo tour (casi 40 personas ) ,nos guiaron con profesionalidad y maestranza en las calles más estrecha del casco histórico…una de ella fue la calle del Codo ….pasear en más de cuarentas SEGWAY,fue una experiencia que seguro voy a repetir con lo próximo grupo ! Así que encantados y hasta la próxima !
Ilona Mindru
Ilona Mindru
Una experiencia totalmente recomendable. Personal muy amable y profesional y un material muy bien cuidado. Realizamos el tour por el Retiro en Segway y me ha encantado. Muchas gracias, nos veremos pronto de nuevo.
Salva García
Salva García
Es la mejor experiencia que he vivido yo y mi familia en Madrid. Gracias por el trato, la paciencia y la profesionalidad😘
Hanane Allaoulahcen
Hanane Allaoulahcen
Nos ha encantado la experiencia, el propietario ha sido muy amable y nos ha transmitido una vibra increíble. Hemos aprendido mucho de Madrid.
Doha Motarajji
Doha Motarajji
El tour estuvo genial, el guía es demasiado buena gente! 🙂
Isabela Correa
Isabela Correa
La atención ha sido excelente y debo destacar la chica que atiende el local Marilu gracias por guiarnos hasta donde debíamos tomar nuestro tren, deje las maletas en sus consignas y fue una gran despreocupación para mi paseo por Madrid, vuelvo seguro!
Zoe nahiara Larraza
Zoe nahiara Larraza

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Consuegra & Toledo Day Trip from Madrid: Top Things to See, Do, Buy, & Eat

The Private Tour to the Route of Don Quixote from Madrid by VIP car (or in a Mercedes Vito van, minibús, or premium bus) is a full-day private tour starting from any point in Madrid in a high-end private vehicle.

Renowned for its iconic windmills, you will discover the historic region of La Mancha, which covers a significant part of the provinces of Albacete, Cuenca, Toledo, and Ciudad Real.

We will take you to the cities of Consuegra and Campo de Criptana, whose windmills were immortalized centuries ago by the genius of Cervantes in the novel that became one of the jewels of universal literature: “Don Quixote.”

With the Private Tour of La Mancha, we will travel along the “Route of Don Quixote,” where you can enjoy the nostalgia, magic, and beauty of these “giants,” as the noble knight called them, standing watch over the fields of Castile, enveloped in the intoxicating aroma of saffron.

With over 400,000 hectares of vineyards, La Mancha is the largest wine-producing region in the world. As part of your tour, there is an option to arrange a private visit to the most exclusive wineries and vineyards in the Manchego region, where you can taste the finest wines of the area. Let’s not forget that La Mancha boasts one of the best cuisines in the Iberian Peninsula, which you can savor as part of the Private Tour of La Mancha.

Where is Don Quixote Route?

The windmills of Consuegra are located in the town of Consuegra, which is in the province of Toledo, in the autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain. The town is situated on a hill known as Cerro Calderico, where you can find a row of well-preserved windmills overlooking the surrounding countryside. It’s a picturesque location and a popular tourist attraction, offering stunning views and a glimpse into the region’s rich history.

Toledo & Consuegra Tour

It is easy to reach the windmills of Consuegra by car. The town is easily accessible via the A-4, CM-42, and N-401 roads.

If you are coming from Madrid, you will have to travel approximately 130 kilometers on the A-4, which will take you about an hour and a half. The truth is, it is a very easy trip to make, turning it into a pleasant day excursion with a stop for lunch.

Once you arrive in Consuegra, you can enjoy the iconic windmills and explore the charming town. Remember to wear comfortable shoes as you may want to climb up some of the windmills to enjoy the panoramic views.

Enjoy your trip to the windmills of Consuegra with Wonder Tours!

Must see places when visiting Consuegra


When visiting Consuegra, there are several must-see places that you should explore:

  • Windmills of Consuegra: The iconic windmills are the main attraction in Consuegra. Climb up to the windmills and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

  • Consuegra Castle (Castillo de Consuegra): Located on the same hill as the windmills, this medieval castle offers a fascinating glimpse into the town’s history. Explore the castle’s towers and walls for a sense of its former grandeur.

  • Church of San Juan Bautista: This beautiful church in the town center features a mix of architectural styles, including Gothic and Renaissance. Admire its ornate interior and the stunning altarpiece.

  • Plaza de España: The main square of Consuegra is a charming spot to relax and soak in the atmosphere. Enjoy the surrounding historic buildings, cafes, and restaurants.

  • Museum of Traditional Crafts (Museo de la Mesta): Learn about the traditional crafts and trades of the region at this museum. It showcases the history and techniques of industries such as pottery, leatherwork, and blacksmithing.

  • Consuegra Bullring (Plaza de Toros): For those interested in bullfighting, a visit to the bullring is a unique experience. You can learn about the traditions and cultural significance of bullfighting in Spain.

  • Gardens of Consuegra: Take a stroll through the town’s beautiful gardens, such as the Parque de la Amistad, and enjoy the green spaces and well-manicured landscapes.

These are some of the must-visit places in Consuegra that offer a mix of history, culture, and natural beauty. Enjoy your exploration of this charming town!


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What to eat in El Escorial?

Thanks to its privileged location in the Guadarrama mountain range, San Lorenzo de El Escorial has a rich gastronomy that draws from local products. Additionally, many of the stews found in the city are typical of Madrid. Therefore, you can enjoy dishes such as “callos” (tripe), grilled meats, potato omelette, cured meats, and vegetables in San Lorenzo de El Escorial. On the sweet side, the town offers a wide variety of desserts made with melted chocolate.

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Best restaurants in El Escorial

Asador del Rey: Among the options, you can order “judiones” (large white beans), beef cheeks, suckling lamb, lamb chops, homemade croquettes, black pudding scramble, “pastel de cabracho” (rockfish terrine), and much more. Address: Calle Floridablanca, 10, 28200, San Lorenzo de El Escorial.

Montia: Every time you visit this establishment, you will find different stews on the tasting menu. In fact, there are two types of menus, one for 95 euros and an extra-long one for 110 euros per person. Address: Calle de Juan de Austria 7, 28200, San Lorenzo de El Escorial.

Vesta Taberna: The cuisine of this place offers traditional stews with the best ingredients from the area. For example, among the options, there are daily soups, mushroom croquettes, eggplant salad, rabbit with black pudding, and even trout tiradito. Address: Calle de Xavier Cabello Lapiedra, 2, 28200, San Lorenzo de El Escorial.

Al Punto Hambgourmet: It stands out for offering delicious hamburgers using the best local ingredients. You can also enjoy salads, tomato carpaccio, nachos, chickpea hummus, and delightful homemade desserts at reasonable prices. Address: Calle Teniente Tejel, 1, 28200, San Lorenzo de El Escorial.

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