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Sanat Müzesi
“One of the most important art museums in the world housing masterpieces from local and international artists, with a calendar of temporary exhibitions. ”
Yerel halktan 656 kişi öneriyor
Park
“Amazing park where you can picnic, relax and forget about the time. You can use a bike or any other choice to move around”
Yerel halktan 705 kişi öneriyor
Seasonal eats in an modern space with an all-season terrace
“The contemporary arts center housed in a former historic hospital with an addition signed by French architect Jean Nouvel, that blends historic architecture and contemporary construction. Permanent collection with XIX-XXI art and temporary exhibits . Library, Bookstore, cafeteria. and gardens. Absolutely worth the visit. Check on free entrance days/hours.”
Yerel halktan 492 kişi öneriyor
Sanat Müzesi
“An important private collection of masterpieces, now belonging to the state and shown in a recently renovated historic house. Also a good calendar of temporary exhibits and events from lectures, to films or seminars. Also guided and/private visits ”
Yerel halktan 335 kişi öneriyor
Meydan
“A trip to the origins of the city. The Plaza Mayor in Madrid is one of the most emblematic points of the city, along with the Puerta del Sol, the Fuente de Cibeles or the Puerta de Alcalá.”
Yerel halktan 426 kişi öneriyor
Palace
“The Royal Palace of Madrid (Spanish: Palacio Real de Madrid) is the official residence of the Spanish royal family at the city of Madrid, although now only used for state ceremonies. The palace has 135,000 square metres (1,450,000 sq ft) of floor space and contains 3,418 rooms.[1][2] It is the largest functioning royal palace and the largest by floor area in Europe.[3]”
Yerel halktan 314 kişi öneriyor
Anıt / Kent Simgesi
“Egyptian temple of the 2nd century BC that was donated by Egypt to Spain in gratitude for the help given to save the temples of Abu Simbel together with UNESCO in 1968. DO NOT MISS THE SUNSET!! ”
Yerel halktan 311 kişi öneriyor
Pazar
“The San Miguel Market is the city’s gastronomic temple, the contemporary o fresh seafood brought from Galicia each day, the Mediterranean rice or the special cheese from Castile, Asturias or the Basque Country. The finest products and wine from the length and breadth of Spain are divided among 30 permanent”
Yerel halktan 309 kişi öneriyor
Semt
“Gran Vía (literally "Great Way") is an ornate and upscale shopping street located in central Madrid. Today the street is known as the Spanish Broadway, and it is one of the streets with the most nightlife in Europe. It is known as the street that never sleeps. It leads from Calle de Alcalá, close to Plaza de Cibeles, to Plaza de España.”
Yerel halktan 232 kişi öneriyor
Flea Market
“The biggest flea market in whole Spain take place Sunday and holidays. Required visit on Sunday before going for some Tapas in La Latina area.”
Yerel halktan 288 kişi öneriyor
Meydan
“Puerta del Sol is one of the most famous squares in Madrid and you can find some of the most important points and buildings in the capital.”
Yerel halktan 107 kişi öneriyor
Playground
“All purpose bar, but quite popular among the locals for their breakfasts. Very close to the underground station.”
Yerel halktan 170 kişi öneriyor
Pazar
“old market converted into a hub for restaurants, tapas bars, drinks, etc. night life with roof terrace open all year round and great views of Madrid.”
Yerel halktan 195 kişi öneriyor
Sanat Müzesi
“A not to miss landmark is the Vertical Garden of Caixaforum, designed by Patric Blanc.”
Yerel halktan 161 kişi öneriyor
Kilise
“(8 min walk) The cathedral of Madrid, Almudena Cathedral, was consecrated by Pope John Paul II in 1993 when it was completed. Felipe VI of Spain was married to Queen Letizia in this church.   ”
Yerel halktan 97 kişi öneriyor
Semt
“With 1,722.60 hectares of natural space, this location is the most important public park in Madrid. The history of Casa de Campo began with the decision by Philip II to move the Court to Madrid, and reside there. The King built a manor house linking the Palace with the hunting area called El Pardo. Later, farms and fields bought from the areas surrounding the Casa de Campo were added.”
Yerel halktan 151 kişi öneriyor