About Madrid


A selection of plans and visits that will make you fall in love with the city.


Our Top Ten!!!

Prado Museum houses the most comprehensive collection of Spanish painting in the world.

Puerta del Sol, this bustling square located bang in the center of Madrid is one of the city’s most famous sites.

Don´t forget to enjoy Madrid nights’ life and get a drink in Malasaña neighborhood or in Barrio de las Letras.

Plaza Mayor, this portico lined square is situated at the heart of Hapsburg Madrid, the old part of the city and one of the capital’s most charming districts.

Thyssen – Bornemisza National Museum is located on the Art Walk, together with Reina Sofia Museum and Prado Museum. A must for art lovers!

Covering over 125 hectares and comprising more than 15,000 trees, el Retiro Park is a green oasis in the heart of the city.

Cibeles Fountain has been standing in this emblematic square since 1782. One of the city’s most famous landmarks. From this spot, you get easily to the most important avenue of the city, The Gran Via, plenty of theaters & fashion shops.

Temple of Debod is an Egyptian temple dating back to the 2nd century BC. Watching the sunset from the temple is unforgettable. From this point you will enjoy a spectacular view of Madrid’s Royal Palace and Almudena Cathedral, Patroness of Madrid.

Reina Sofía Museum houses paintings by Salvador Dalí and Joan Miró, as well as one of Spain’s most famous artworks, Picasso’s Guernica.

Madrid’s Royal Palace takes us on a journey through the history of Spain.

Visit the webs https://www.esmadrid.com/en and https://www.esmadrid.com/mcb/en/ and you will find hundreds of captivating plans to tour the city.

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