A Walk in El Escorial

A Walk in El Escorial

Author: Carolina Mazon

Publisher: Blurb

ISBN: 1714300579

Page: 24

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This booklet will show you how to get to San Lorenzo de El Escorial, just 65 km near Madrid, and spend a day there.

This booklet will show you how to get to San Lorenzo de El Escorial, just 65 km near Madrid, and spend a day there. It is the ideal destination to combine nature and history and your kids, if you have any, will love it without even having time for the "are we already there" question



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