Day trips from Madrid
Madrid is a city full of things to see and a thousand activities to do, but did you know that near the capital there are also many places worth discovering? Madrid's surroundings have beautiful places and landscapes that you can see in just a few hours and that will surprise you, so come and visit them!
Breathe nature in Madrid
Did you know that you can escape the hustle and bustle even in the heart of Madrid? The capital is full of parks and green spaces where you can get away from it all, you don't have to go far.
Experience the work of KLIMT in first person
Madrid is a great cosmopolitan city with a great pace of life, where there are always things to see and do.
Strolling through El Rastro in Madrid
If you are in Madrid during the weekend, you cannot miss this great outdoor plan that never goes out of fashion.
Eating in Madrid City Centre
Good habits are easily transmitted, and fine dining is one of them. If you are visiting Madrid soon, don't worry because the Spanish capital will make it very easy for you to eat deliciously through its high-quality gastronomic offer. In fact, Madrid is home to the restaurants of some of Spain's most renowned chefs such as Dabiz Muñoz, Mario Sandoval, Paco Roncero and Ramón Freixa, among others.
Know one of the most significant avenues of Madrid
El Paseo de la Castellana. From large executive towers to historic buildings, palaces, abstract sculptures and more.
Gastronomic Hotel in Madrid
A heated terrace with the best views of the Spanish capital is the ideal environment reserved for clients who seek quality and excellence in each dish.
A very different kind of museum…
The Museum of Dreams
"There is a place in Madrid where time stopped" Cerralbo Museum.
Magnolia Garden, Museum of Romanticism.
Constructed in 1776 the historical palace of the Marqués de Matallana contains a marvellous collection of paintings, furniture and decorative art objects from the 19th Century that afford us a chance to see how life was lived by the Bourgeoisie during the time of the Romantic era.Constructed in 1776 the historical palace of the Marqués de Matallana contains a marvellous collection of paintings, furniture and decorative art objects from the 19th Century that afford us a chance to see how life was lived by the Bourgeoisie during the time of the Romantic era.
The hidden routes through La Latina
Madrid, the capital city of Spain, as well as offering wonderful city walks filled with history and Civic Centres that bring together people from around the world, contains many secrets to be discovered.
Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida the Valencia born painter who better than any other artist captured the unique light of the Mediterranean on canvas lived and worked here up until his death in 1923.
A sprawling precinct of 48 industrial buildings formerly used as a slaughter house and livestock market up until 1996 when it was acquired by the Madrid City Council and completely refurbished in order to become a contemporary arts centre.
Occupying this building on Arenal just off Plaza del Sol since 1981, Joy Eslava takes its name from the Eslava Theatre that was formerly located here.
The Caixa Forum cultural centre situated opposite the Prado Museum was designed by the renowned Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron, a gravity defying refurbishment of a former industrial building that now accommodates temporary exhibitions managed by Obra Social “la Caixa” affiliated with CaixaBank, one of Spain’s most important banks.
Real Jardín Botánico
The Royal Botanical Garden, the entrance to which is adjacent to the Prado Museum is an institution that dates back to 1755 (in its current location since 1781) founded in order to exhibit plants and teach botany as well as promoting the study and classification of plant species.