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Birdwatching Montes de Toledo Orientales
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Birdwatching Montes de Toledo Orientales

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It is an outdoor activity to get to know the Montes de Toledo, its fauna, flora and surroundings. A magical and very special place that we will love to tell you about.<br>Routes to be made from 4 people to 14 people.
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Dawn wrote a review Feb 2020
Singapore, Singapore24 contributions38 helpful votes
Awesome place to visit! But I realised there was hardly any information on how to travel there without a car and without having to book an expensive day tour. Here’s my experience: 1) From Madrid, go to Estación Sur bus terminal. Metro station Mendez Alvaro is directly at the bus terminal. 2) Go to Samar ticket counter to buy the bus ticket to Consuegra. The people at the ticket counter hardly understands English, so you might have to show them the word Consuegra from your phone. Ticket cost about 11 Euros 1 way. I took the 11am bus on a Monday. Return ticket does not have to be bought here, can be bought directly on the return bus from Consuegra itself. 3) The bus is a direct bus to Consuegra. There is NO transfer needed. They will issue you 2 tickets, which is confusing but that’s how their ticket system work. 4) The ticket does not show the Bay number to wait for the bus. You have to check the Bay number on the tv screen. Note that Consuegra is not the final destination. Check on the screen using your bus timing and final destination information. These are written on your ticket. 5) Go to the allocated bus bay and you are on board the bus! As there are stops in between, the total journey can take up to 3hours. 6) Once you arrive in Consuegra, there is a tourist office directly next to the bus stop. Go in and get a map. The personnel there will explain exactly how to walk up to the windmills. Direction is really easy to follow. Remember to ask for the timing of the bus back to Madrid. PS: There is a washroom inside the tourist office. 7) Note that there is a very long flight of stairs to go up the windmills. Slope is gradual so it’s quite manageable. You can go slow. 8) I took the 1810 bus back to Madrid. Return trip was much faster. Hope this helps!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Cherie C wrote a review Nov 2019
Snoqualmie, United States18 contributions18 helpful votes
We were driving from Madrid to Portugal and stopped at the what I call La Mancha windmills. What a site! Would recommond a stop here.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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KodoDrummer wrote a review Nov 2019
Yekaterinburg, Russia63,510 contributions138,612 helpful votes
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Amazing, and very environmentally friendly, white windmill village in the adventures of Don Quixote in Spain.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Larry S wrote a review Nov 2019
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These 800 year windmills were amazing! Be sure to research their history before going to really enhance the experience.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Katherine8183 wrote a review Nov 2019
Auburn, New York2,787 contributions426 helpful votes
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A visit to the Windmills of Don Quixote was a unique experience. It was a very windy day when we visited, which made it difficult to walk. We first went into the only working windmill out of the 12 that were there. Our guide explained how the windmills worked and the history of the windmills. We then went to another windmill that has been turned into a cafe. We enjoyed wine and cheese tasting there. It was too windy to walk up to the castle but the views were incredible.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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