The third-largest city in the EU has also the 3rd largest GDP, Madrid is smaller than only Berlin and London with a huge metropolitan reach. Madrid is the seat of power in Spain …the government buildings, monarch palaces and cultural epicentres are all around this region. Football lovers know Madrid because of its top-notch club;… Read the full article
Madrid Travel Guide You Need At Every Step
Though one of the liveliest cities in the world Madrid must be explored at a slow languid pace to be understood. Explore the throbbing veins of the city i.e. Paseo de la Castellana and the Gran Via and stare at the 20th century palatial buildings like Bank of Spain, House of America and the City Hall.
Go on a “tapas rendezvous” at the tavernas and pubs and wine bars dotting the city and catch the true version of Flamenco in its hidden nooks. Immerse yourself in the robust flavours of Spanish wine and visit the 3 amazing UNESCO sites that border the city. Inside Madrid there is always a slew of activities…museum hopping, palace sighting, biking, and art culture food literature tours…the list goes on endlessly
The Golden triangle museum trio is the nucleus of nearly 150 galleries that keep hosting sculpture, photography and painting exhibitions frequently More than 200 theatres of different scales are scattered throughout the Madrid region and you can catch the Flamenco, classical music performances, Spanish opera and other musical dance delights.
Madrid being an art and music hub sees a lot of international performers and is the site of many global festivals. The easy to navigate city with its robust metro, well connected train network and an army of buses is tourist friendly, warm and has an incredible nightlife.
Of course, for enjoying Madrid fully you need to know the best places to go to, to stay, to eat and to shop till you drop. Our exhaustive guide to Madrid gives you all the information you need and more.
Here is a great article to make a start: About Madrid Tourism.
Also go through the articles below to uncover each aspect of Madrid travel information including great attractions, hotels, dining, shopping, nightlife, transports, weather and more.
Getting to the City Madrid has an extensive and advanced transport infrastructure. Public transportation is based on bus, metro, local railway system (Cercanias) and taxi. The Madrid Airport (MAD) is known as Adolfo Suarez Madrid Barajas airport after its former president and located 12 kilometres northeast of the city centre (Centro). Madrid is accessible by… Read the full article