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Madrid (1 Day)

This full day tour will allow you to discover Madrid, the capital of Spain, located in the heart of the Iberian Peninsula, which has one of the most important historic centers of European cities.

During this tour, you will be able to know in depth the most important points of the city, as well as other less known ones, as well as other important monuments and some beautiful sights. We will start around the Royal Palace, stroll through the historic center, also known as the "Madrid de los Austrias" and the Plaza Mayor. Puerta del Sol, La Gran Via and Plaza de España also worth a visit.

Our guide will suggest the best place to have your lunch. As for example in some of the tapas bars near the main square or at the Mercado de San Miguel, a meeting place for tourists and locals.

Later, you can continue through the well-known "Literary Madrid" or Barrio de las Letras, including some illustrious houses and the lively Plaza de Santa Ana. During today, a visit to the Prado Museum or Reina Sofía would perfectly complement the vision general of Madrid. In addition, a walk from the fountain of Cibeles, Puerta de Alcalá and Parque del Retiro is something pleasant and relaxing ...

As the itinerary is flexible, we can meet your requests and special preferences. You can spend as much time as you want in each site. Madrid is a place where you will have to visit many times to get to know thoroughly!

Find here some important places so you do not miss anything:

Royal Palace: The most beautiful building in Madrid, the largest royal palace in Western Europe

Puerta del Sol: The most central and best-known square in Madrid

Plaza Mayor: Wonderful square, perfect to sit outside and observe the people walking around

Plaza de la Villa: Historic square where the House and Tower of Lujanes (XV Century), the House of Cisneros (XVI Century) and the House of the Villa (XVII Century) are included

Gran Vía: The most famous and central avenue, full of shops and theaters

Plaza de Oriente: Beautiful square located in front of the Royal Palace

Prado Museum: One of the first art museums in Europe, the Prado is one of the most important places in Madrid.

Reina Sofia Museum-Art Center: Picasso's Guernica has been exhibited at this center for decades.

Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum: One of the best private art collections in the world

Sorolla Museum: The mansion where the impressionist painter Joaquín Sorolla exhibits examples of his work

Bernabéu Stadium: House of the famous Real Madrid Football Club

Las Ventas Monumental Bullring: Offers a wide range of bullfighting shows, especially during the month of May in the celebration of the San Isidro Fair.