The day begins at the Puerta del Sol. After standing on the `kilometer zero` and take some pictures of the statue of the Bear and the Madroño, go down the street Arenal to reach the Teatro Real, known by many as the Opera. Just in front of this is the Plaza de Oriente and the majestic Royal Palace, an essential visit. Afterwards you can get to know the Cathedral of Almudena, the most important religious building in Madrid, which is located right in front of the palace.
Taking the street Mayor you will reach the Plaza Mayor, an ideal place to go for tapas or eat one of the typical calamari sandwiches. Continuing along this street you will arrive at the Puerta del Sol, where you will take the Preciados street, one of the main commercial arteries of the city, until you reach the Plaza de Callao. From there you can explore the lively Gran Via of Madrid, which will take you to the Plaza de España. Taking the street of Ferraz you will arrive to the Temple of Debod. You can spend the rest of the afternoon walking around the gardens that surround it and diner at one of the restaurants in the area.
The second day begins at the Fuente de Cibeles, one of the most representative symbols of Madrid. Walking along the Paseo del Prado you will find the Madrid Stock Exchange building on the left and the Monument to the Fallen in Spain right next door. Advancing along the Paseo del Prado you can see two of the most renowned hotels in the city, the Ritz and the Palace. Between both is the Plaza de Cánovas del Castillo, where the Fountain of Neptune rises.
A few meters from the fountain is the Prado Museum, one of the best museums in the city where you can admire the works of some painters such as Velázquez, El Greco, El Bosco, Goya and Rubens. After leaving the museum and continuing along the Paseo del Prado, leaving the Botanical Garden aside, you will reach the Atocha train station. After surrounding the station take the street of Alfonso XII to enter El Retiro. Leaving the park and going down the street of Alfonso XII, you will reach the Puerta de Alcalá. Take Calle Alcalá to return again to Fuente de Cibeles. Here there are several possible alternatives: visit Plaza de Castilla and Las Cuatro Torres, visit the Reina Sofía Museum and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum or take a tour of the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium.
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