Our team of local experts have hand-picked the best tourist attactions in Madrid.
As in most capital cities in historical countries, you may well guess there are too many things to enjoy in Madrid during a short stay. To help you with your vacation planning in Madrid you will be able to filter attractions in our Madrid interactive touristic map where you will be able to select hotels near tourist attractions, parks, restaurants, etc.
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Why we recommend Mercado de San Miguel? Designed by the architect Alfonso Dube y Diez, the San Miguel Market was inaugurated on the 31st of May 1916 but now totally re-done by Juan Manuel Alarcon. This market has all types of food from the land and the sea, and you can enjoy eating it in the magical interior with metal, crystal and ceramic frames. Depending
Why we recommend Estadio Santiago Bernabeu? The Santiago Bernabeu stadium is located in the center of the Paseo de la Castellana, in Azca in the Chamartin neighborhood. Originally, it used to be called Chamartin Stadium. This stadium was inaugurated approximately 60 years ago and today it is considered an elite stadium by the Uefa to host all types of events and competitions related to soccer.
Why we recommend hotel Mercado de San Anton? It is located in the surroundings of the Plaza de Anton Martin, on Calle Santa Isabel and you can get there very easily on the metro by taking line 1 to the Anton Martin stop. If you like excellent quality products, this is the place for you. On top of it, variety is the word used to
Why we recommend hotel El Capricho Park? On the very east of Madrid’s city, you can find the lovely El Capricho Park, in the Alameda de Osuna neighborhood. The park is not opened everyday and you can access practically every weekend throughout the year. In the upper part of the park, you can find a beautiful lake and its pier known as the Casa de la
Why we recommend Parque Juan Carlos I? Juan Carlos I park is divided in different recreational areas. It is located next to the IFEMA fairground and was inaugurated in 1992 for the naming of Madrid as the European Capital of Culture that same year. The park is huge and has a lot of space where you can enjoy outdoor activities. The Juan Carlos I park
Why we recommend Parque de Berlin? The Parque de Berlin is a beautiful 5-acre park that honors the Berlin city. It is situated in the north of Madrid on Calle Ramon y Cajal, and has on display 3 pieces of the Berlin Wall that was brought over in 1990. There is also a sculpture called the “Oso de berlin” (Berlin bear) and a sculpture dedicated
Why we recommend Museo Thyssen Bornemisza? The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum gives the public a stroll through art, from the XIII century until the end of the XXth. The visitor will be able to contemplate the main pieces from the periods and schools such as the Renaissance, Mannerism, Baroque, Roccoco, Romanticism, art of the XIX and XX century and Pop Art. You can see art movements that
Why we recommend hotel Retiro Park? You will be able to take some pictures of trees, squirrels, ducks and beautiful fountains. This will allow you to take home beautiful memories of a legendary place in the Spanish capital. This park is not to be missed in Madrid. You will enjoy the view of the monument dedicated to King Alfonso XII, opposite a beautiful lake where
Why we recommend Madrid Rio? Madrid Rio´s very long path starts in the Puente de los Franceses and runs a few miles until you reach the Matadero area. The large number of trails makes it very pleasant to walk, and by the time you’re done walking one trail or another, it could add up to about 10 kilometers. On Sundays, a lot of Madrid’s population