Madrid is one of the main European capitals, and has become the trendy city of the moment. Is architectural beauty, cultural richness, wide gastronomic offer and its very famous movida make it a spectacular tourist destination.

Madrid is one of the five most visited European capitals every year. It is the center of current happening because of its joy, culture, fun, theaters, tascas, bars and security. It is one of the five most visited European capitals on a yearly basis.  Over 8.8 million tourists, only during 2015, confirm it: You cannot miss Madrid as a tourism destination!

It is an ample, friendly city, with excellent ways of communication. Its weather is a very nice combination between the cold semi-arid and the Mediterranean weather, with not too cold winter and a warm summer.  Crowned with blue and intense skies most of the year and very little rain. 

For art lovers, it is a delirium to visit its recognized museums, among which we can highlight: Museo del Prado, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza and Museo Reina Sofia, which treasure incredible collections of works of art.

This city, that seems to have been conceived for its total enjoyment, allows the visitor to walk through its charming streets and avenues, full of magical corners and places of touristic interest, such as: Plaza Mayor, the Teatro de la Opera, the Palacio Real, Puerta del Sol, the Gran Via, Cibeles, Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, the Templo de Debod, Puerta de Alcala and, right behind it, the fantastic Parque del Buen Retiro.

Interesting places


Aranjuez is famous for its Royal Palace and its beautiful gardens. It was the inspiration of the musician Joaquin Rodrigo for his famous Concert of Aranjuez. The Cultural Landscape of Aranjuez was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2001.


Toledo is known as "the city of the three cultures" because it has been populated for centuries by Christians, Jews and Muslims. It has many places of interest and is a World Heritage Site since 1986. If you like Mazapan, this is the best place to try it.


Segovia is aplace that you  must-see, when visiting the outskirts of Madrid, let yourself be amazed by its Alcazar and enjoy excellent gastronomy. The old town and its aqueduct were declared a World Heritage Site in 1985. The Segovia Aqueduct, 818 meters long, is the most important Roman civil engineering work in Spain.

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