Madrid Travel Guides

What to see in Madrid in 5 hours: one day trip

   If you arrive to Madrid on a business trip, and you have only a few hours to see the city, we recommend to spend them as follows.    First of all you should take a  Madrid taxi and go to the Prado Museum (Museo Nacional del Prado) . The first two hours, I would recommend to hold it there, choosing to explore those rooms that are of interest to you. For example, if you can not stand the ceremonial portraits by Francisco Goya, go to the hall, where you can see paintings by Albrecht Durer.

Things to do in Madrid: points of interest

Madrid is the capital and largest city of Spain and a large cosmopolitan city. Madrid makes tourists feel at home and also like a stranger in equal measure. Here  you’ll definitely provide anyone with a sense of the greatness and individuality of the Spanish capital. Madrid is the the official residence of the King of Spain, some of Europe's best known museums and galleries, vast parks, majestic palaces, football clubs known the world over and the oldest restaurant anywhere. There is always something going on, and the people are awesome.

Madrid Stadium Guide, Spain

Football for Spanish people is truly a religion. Spaniards are very friendly and will happily welcome you into their company. In Spain you`ll never drink a pint of beer alone, because talking about football is another national Spanish sport. A 'must do' for all football fans is a visit the famous Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, home of Real Madrid Football Club. Here you can watch a football match or just have look around especially if you are a RealMadrid FC lover.

Madrid Museum Guide, Spain

Madrid is a fabulous European city unlike any other. There is a lot to do and to see. This is a city for art lovers. Europe has many excellent art museums, but Museo del Prado has to be rated as one of the very best.

Madrid Shopping Guide, Spain

  While Paris and Milan are leaders  as Europe's shopping destinations,  Madrid is quickly winning a reputation as a fashionable city. The secret of its success is in reasonable prices and variety. Even unless you’re shopping in designer boutiques, you’ll find the prices very reasonable, especially in the sales. In comparison to shopping in other cities in Europe.  Next to popular brands like Mango and Zara you`ll find clothes by local designers Caramelo, Purificacion Garcia, Adolfo Domfnguez and others.

What to see in Madrid in 5 hours: one day trip

   If you arrive to Madrid on a business trip, and you have only a few hours to see the city, we recommend to spend them as follows.    First of all you should take a  Madrid taxi and go to the Prado Museum (Museo Nacional del Prado) . The first two hours, I would recommend to hold it there, choosing to explore those rooms that are of interest to you. For example, if you can not stand the ceremonial portraits by Francisco Goya, go to the hall, where you can see paintings by Albrecht Durer.

Things to do in Madrid: points of interest

Madrid is the capital and largest city of Spain and a large cosmopolitan city. Madrid makes tourists feel at home and also like a stranger in equal measure. Here  you’ll definitely provide anyone with a sense of the greatness and individuality of the Spanish capital. Madrid is the the official residence of the King of Spain, some of Europe's best known museums and galleries, vast parks, majestic palaces, football clubs known the world over and the oldest restaurant anywhere. There is always something going on, and the people are awesome.

Madrid Stadium Guide, Spain

Football for Spanish people is truly a religion. Spaniards are very friendly and will happily welcome you into their company. In Spain you`ll never drink a pint of beer alone, because talking about football is another national Spanish sport. A 'must do' for all football fans is a visit the famous Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, home of Real Madrid Football Club. Here you can watch a football match or just have look around especially if you are a RealMadrid FC lover.

Madrid Museum Guide, Spain

Madrid is a fabulous European city unlike any other. There is a lot to do and to see. This is a city for art lovers. Europe has many excellent art museums, but Museo del Prado has to be rated as one of the very best.

Madrid Shopping Guide, Spain

  While Paris and Milan are leaders  as Europe's shopping destinations,  Madrid is quickly winning a reputation as a fashionable city. The secret of its success is in reasonable prices and variety. Even unless you’re shopping in designer boutiques, you’ll find the prices very reasonable, especially in the sales. In comparison to shopping in other cities in Europe.  Next to popular brands like Mango and Zara you`ll find clothes by local designers Caramelo, Purificacion Garcia, Adolfo Domfnguez and others.