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Madrid, Spain
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28 Dec
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£181+
Excellent 2 reviews
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Hotel Ritz Madrid
£79+
Excellent 2383 reviews
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Petit Palace Mayor Plaza
£33+
Good 1465 reviews
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Hotel Chamartin
£68+
Excellent 1 reviews
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AC Hotel Carlton Madrid by Marriott
£59+
Excellent 4307 reviews
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Liabeny
£67+
Good 1543 reviews
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Petit Palace Ducal Chueca
£70+
Good 4 reviews
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Silken Puerta America
£40+
Excellent 2 reviews
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Exe El Coloso
£133+
Excellent 251 reviews
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Unico Hotel
£137+
Excellent 2 reviews
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Urban
£62+
Excellent 10 reviews
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Hilton Madrid Airport
£45+
Good 1020 reviews
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Confortel Suites Madrid
£81+
Good 2 reviews
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Sheraton Madrid Mirasierra Hotel & Spa
£50+
Excellent 3 reviews
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Gran Versalles
£37+
Good 1170 reviews
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Flamenco, gastronomic and cultural delights in Madrid

Located on the Manzanares River, in the centre of the Castillian Plain, Madrid is the capital and largest city of Spain. Read more.

Flamenco, gastronomic and cultural delights in Madrid

Located on the Manzanares River, in the centre of the Castillian Plain, Madrid is the capital and largest city of Spain. It is also its political, economic and cultural centre and is considered one of the world’s major global cities. Despite its modern infrastructure, Madrid maintains a historic look and feel in many of its neighbourhoods and streets. With warm dry summers and cool winters, Madrid is a popular tourist destination and a hive of cultural and artistic activity with a very vibrant nightlife.

Bullfights, churros and a touch of history

Begin your sightseeing tour with a ride on the Teleférico cable car and get a bird’s eye view of significant city attractions while listening to the helpful, pre recorded guide. Along the way, catch a glimpse of the Royal Palace, the Royal Theatre and Opera House and the National Library. Madrid contains a large number of National Museums including those in the Golden Triangle of Art: Prado Museum, the Reina Sofia Museum, a museum of modern art and Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. Located along Paseo del Prado, the triangle provides a comprehensive view into the past. No visit to Madrid is complete without a stroll along the Gran Via and Paseo de la Castellano, Madrid’s most famous streets. Gran Via begins at the popular Plaza Alcalá and passes hundreds of stores, hotels, restaurants, bars and other businesses before ending at the expansive Plaza de España. On your travels, be sure to take in Cibeles Palace and Fountain, the monument symbols of the city.

A delicious start to the day’s itinerary is Madrid’s renowned breakfast of chocolate and churros at the 24 hour San Ginés, founded in 1894. Walk off breakfast with a wander through El Retiro, a green escape within the city and the grounds of the Crystal Palace. Stick with the outdoor theme and find a bargain at the Rastro, Madrid’s weekly open air flea market, held in the historic centre. Afterwards, sample some local food at Mercado de San Miguel, once a traditional market and now a modern gastronomic adventure.

As the sun lowers, see the glorious skies reflected in the pools surrounding Templo de Debod, the the 2200-year-old Egyptian temple gifted to Spain in 1968. Continue the evening with a quintessential experience of flamenco dancing and tapas, or take in a traditional bullfight in Madrid’s main bullring, Las Ventas. The streets of the Malasaña neighbourhood are alive with nightlife. Bars, heaving parties, house and dance music and indie venues are all commonplace. The Chueca area is home to Madrid’s thriving gay scene and is a must see for the annual mid-year Gay Pride celebration.

Find your way to and around Madrid

Due to its central location, Madrid benefits from convenient infrastructure both getting there and in the way of public transport within the city. Many travellers choose to arrive at Barajas Airport and transfer to the city centre by Aerocity Airport Shuttle, car rental, taxi, 24 hour airport express bus or the metro, which runs every five minutes and takes just twelve minutes to reach the city. As far as land travel goes, it’s relatively easy to reach Madrid by road or rail, or you may wish to take the high-speed AVE train direct from Barcelona. Once in the city the modern metro and bus networks provide an exceptional service. Bicycling in Madrid is not encouraged as the both the infrastructure and the motorists are poorly prepared for cyclists.

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