November 23, 2020


Madrid, Spain

About City

Madrid, a city situated in the Castilian level is the capital city of Spain. Madrid is known as the London of Spain and is known for its eighteenth century structural landmarks and castles and furthermore for its home football crew. At Madrid, you can walk around its boulevards, visit its royal residences during the day, watch flamenco appear, drink sangria and make it your ideal occasion.

Highlights (Special things to do in Madrid)

  • Visit the amazing Plaza Mayor Square, the main landmark of Madrid for the actual Madrid experience.
  • Enjoy the city’s aerial view of the massive palaces and gardens on a cable car ride.
  • Try the Chocolate Con Churros (Spanish donuts) which is a specialty in Madrid given with a cup of chocolate sauce.
  • Indulge yourself with a carafe of Sangria and enjoy a romantic dinner with your loved one at Las Tablas at the Plaza Espana.
  • Try the delicious traditional Spanish tapas, spicy beef tripe and chickpea stew with meat and vegetables.
  • Watch a Flamenco show and learn a few dance steps. This is one of the top things to do in Madrid.
  • Visit a nightclub to feel the music and experience the nightlife energy of Madrid.
  • Do not miss the bull fight at Las Ventas Bullring if you visit Madrid during May. This is the season for bull fighting festival called San Isidro.
  • Enjoy the Spanish culture watching films, dance, music and theatre performances at the Circulo de Bellas Artes.
  • Enjoy the streets of Madrid filled with music and festivities during the La Paloma festival.
  • Visit Madrid’s art museum Museo El Prado (Prado Museum) which is the home of the best European painters including the famous Velazquez.
  • Walk into the football field and dressing room of Real Madrid’s stadium Santiago Bernabeu.

How to reach Madrid

  • By Air – Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport or the Barajas Airport is the home of Iberia Airlines and is one of the largest airports in Europe. The airport has direct flights to all major cities in the world. The local transportation modes are available throughout the day and night with buses, trains, metros, taxis and 24 hours shuttles making it easy for tourists to arrive into the city at any time.
  • By Train – Chamartin and Atocha are the two train stations on Madrid that are well connected with the other areas in the city as well as cities outside Spain.
  • By Road – You can rent a car from the several car rental companies including Hertz, Europcar, Avis, Budget and others which have their offices at the airport, bus and train stations. Ensure to check the route much prior to any turns as GPS signal may not be available if you drive through the underground tunnels.
  • By Bus – There are 8 bus stations connecting cities within Spain and outside. The main bus station is the Estacion Sur de Autobuses where you can purchase tickets for all bus services even if they depart from a different bus station. Avenida de America bus terminal would be the place if you are travelling to/from Barcelona.

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