Top Attractions

  • Art Walk (Prado Museum, Reina Sofía Museum and Thyssen Museum)
  • These three museums form the route known as the Art Walk, a must visit for any art lover.

    Paseo del Arte (Museo del Prado, Museo Reina Sofía y Museo Thyssen)
    National Geographic has rated the Prado Museum as one of the ten best museums in the world.
  • Royal Palace
  • This imposing building, which covers an area of ​​135,000 m2, was for many centuries the residence of Spanish monarchs.

    Palacio Real
    With almost 3.500 rooms, it is the largest royal palace in Western Europe; surpassing even Buckingham’s or Versailles’.
  • El Retiro Park
  • Also known as the green lung of the city, it has more than 125 hectares and 15.000 trees. In addition, the oldest tree in Madrid is here.

    Parque de El Retiro
    Visitors can enjoy a pleasant boat ride on the large lake in the middle of the park.
  • Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
  • It can accommodate more than 81.000 spectators and among its facilities we can find the Trophies room, the VIP boxes, as well as several restaurants.

    Santiago Bernabéu
    UEFA has cataloged Santiago Bernabéu with the distinction `elite stadium` due to its facilities, spectator capacity and services.
  • Plaza Mayor
  • This is the heart of the Madrid of the Austrias and the center of the old town. For centuries, it has hosted coronations, popular celebrations or beatifications.

    Plaza Mayor
    Juan Herrera and Juan Gómez de Mora designed this square, 129 meters long and 94 meters wide.
  • Plaza de la Puerta del Sol
  • In this central and bustling square are some of the most representative elements of the city, such as the Post Office or the KM 0 plaque.

    Plaza de la Puerta del Sol
    The tower clock of Casa de Correos which was designed in the nineteenth century, is the one that chimes every December 31
  • Fountain of Cibeles
  • This emblem of Madrid is surrounded by the palaces of Communications, Linares and Buenavista.

    Fuente de Cibeles
    The fans of Real Madrid C.F. celebrate the victories of the team bathing in this fountain.
  • Puerta de Alcalá
  • It is one of the five ancient royal doors that allowed access to the city. It dates from the 16th century and was built by Charles III.

    Puerta de Alcalá
    It is the first triumphal arch built in Europe after the fall of the Roman Empire.
  • Temple of Debod
  • An Egyptian temple dating from the 2nd century BC. It was donated to Spain to avoid flooding after the construction of the Aswan dam in Egypt.

    Templo de Debod
    With an antiquity of 2.200 years, this temple is dedicated to the Egyptian gods Isis and Ammon.
  • Viewpoint of the Moncloa Lighthouse
  • `From Madrid to the sky`. This can only be done in this 110-meter high viewpoint in the heart of the University City.

    Mirador del Faro de Moncloa
    Faro Explorer allows a 360º virtual tour.

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