Madrid Trip Planner

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Madrid Trip Planner

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Madrid trip planner is an online agenda for your trip to the Spanish capital. The itineraries in this page offer a wide range of the top attractions, things to do, restaurants, events and tours in the city. The plans in the page are flexible so you can change them and adjust to your tastes and preferences.

 

Located at the heart of passionate country Spain, Madrid is the artistic, culinary, historic, architectural capital of Espana. Madrid is the city of elegant boulevards, plazas with great architecutre, huge and green parks. The city that hosts the largest collection of European art in its many museums, including the Golden Art Triangle. The city lined with drink bars and night clubs that never sleep.

Spain's capital opens a variety of activities and attractions to travellers of different preferences. Artlovers, nightlifers, gourmets or simply people who appreciate fine wine will find Madrid a perfect destination. 
 
Madrid's architectural highlights include Royal Palace, Palacio de Cibeles, Puerta de Alcala, Cibeles Fountain and many more monuments. Almost each building across the Passeo del Prado is unique in its style.


Here you can also find rare ancient Egpytian monument, temple of Debod. You won't see any other piece of Egyptian architecture in Europe elsewhere.
 
The finest collection of European art can be found at the Golden Triangle of Art Museums: The Prado, the Thyssen and the Sofia.

Madrid suggests you a variety of food in its Mercado de San Miguel: famous Spanish tapas with rioja wine, the classic Spanish tortilla ,banderillas, hams and olives. Give a try to the unique Spanish culinary experience!

 

Best time of the year to plan your trip to Madrid is in the autumn or spring, when temperature is mild and the lines for attractions are not that long. You can also visit in winter when accomodadtion prices decrease. It is better to avoid visiting in summer. It is peak tourist season, the heat weather is unbearable and local shops are mostly closed.

 

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Top Madrid things to do

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Prado National Museum

Prado Museum or simply El Prado is the largest art museum in Spain. It exhibits a fine collection of European art, considered one of the best in the world. Visit El Prado to recieve your Spanish art therapy!

Retiro Park (Parque del Retiro)

The famous Retiro Park is a green heaven at the heart of the city. The public park is the largest in Madrid. The park opened up in 17th century and belonged to the Spanish Royal Family until the late 19th century. "Retreat" in Spanish would be "Retiro". That is why the name of the park is El Parque del Retiro.

Royal Palace of Madrid

Madrid's Royal Palace is the official residence of Spanish Royal Family. It is the largest palace in Europe and one of most impressive ones! The Royal Palace is square-shaped with a large courtyard, galleries and a parade ground. It has up to 3000 rooms.

Mercado San Miguel

San Miguel Market is a lively food market at the center of Madrid. El Mercado suggests a unique Spanish culinary experience. From wine and fresh made tapas to fruits, vegetables, hams, seafood, olives you can find almost anything here. You can find San Miguel easily in the center of Madrid, on a walking distance from Plaza Mayor.

Top Madrid hotels

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Senator Barajas

Senator Barajas is a 5-minute drive from Barajas Airport and offers guests a free shuttle service. It has a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a selection of restaurants, and rooms with balconies. All rooms come with a 32-inch flat-screen TV and free WiFi. Each has a fully equipped bathroom. A minibar is...

Hotel Vía Castellana

Hotel Vía Castellana is set in Madrid’s Chamartín business district on Paseo de la Castellana Avenue, next to the iconic Kio Towers. This modern hotel features rooms with satellite TV and free Wi-Fi throughout. Hotel Vía Castellana’s air-conditioned rooms are spacious and offer simple,...

Novotel Madrid Center

Novotel Madrid Center is located in Madrid's Salamanca District, 200 metres from the 24-hour Airport Bus stop. The stylish hotel is 8 minutes' walk from Retiro Park and features free WiFi throughout. Each modern room at Novotel Madrid Center comes with a 37-inch or 50-inch flat-screen TV, safe and...

Ayre Gran Hotel Colón

Ayre Gran Hotel Colón is a design hotel in a peaceful setting, 700 metres from Retiro Park. It offers smart, air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen satellite TV. The Gran Hotel features modern design furniture, stained glass windows and stylish frescos on the walls. It also has...

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Top Madrid restaurants

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Chocolateria San Gines

Churrería fundada en 1894, famosa por su chocolate con churros a cualquier hora del día o de la noche.

Mercado de San Miguel

El Mercado de San Miguel es un lugar histórico y monumental, cargado de reminiscencias literarias. Emplazado en el corazón del Madrid castizo, se halla en la zona de mayor personalidad de la ciudad y mejor oferta comercial, cultural y de ocio.

Restuarant Botin

Cocina Española. Horno de Leña. El restaurante más antiguo del mundo según el Libro Guinness. Especialidad: cochinillo asado. Reserva telefónica y on-line en nuestra web.

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