Visit the capital of Spain and experience the hub of Spanish life, from the historic culture to the vibrant nightlife, Madrid is a city that never sleeps and there is something for everyone!
This includes the famous museums home, to Picasso’s Guernica Madrid, a feast of fine restaurants and tapas bars where you can sample the local dishes on a Tapas Tour and enjoy an exceptional live music scene. Join in with the population of Madrid that’s mastered the art of living the good life! Plus as Madrid is at the very centre of Spain exploring the rest of the country is relatively easy, in fact the Puerta Del Sol, the city’s main plaza, is the point from which all distances in Spain are measured.
Madrid Must Sees
Madrid Royal Palace
The official residence of the Spanish royal family.
Beautifully decorated in original artifacts from times gone by and Art by Spanish artists such as Velazquez and Goya are on display in the palace. Many of the rooms are open to the public.
Oct-Mar 9.30am-5pm, (Sun only until 2pm).
Apr-Sep 9am-6pm (Sun 9.30am-3pm).
A must see for any football fan, this is the home ground for one of Spain’s most successful football teams, Real Madrid.
You can combine a visit to the Santiago de Bernabeu stadium with a panoramic bus tour of the city; otherwise the stadium is open for visits from 10.30am until 6.30pm.
The tour includes a panoramic view of the stadium, a visit to the dressing room, the tunnel, the royal box and more.
Madrid’s central park in the heart of the city. The focal point being the lake where you can rent a boat as well as stroll around and have a picnic.
Museo del Prado
Spain’s most popular Museum and is free to visit. It has one of the most important collections of 14th-19th century European art in the world, including works by Velázquez, Goya & El Greco.
Closed Jan 1, May 1, Dec 25, Easter Friday.
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