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Madrid

The city in Spain that you must visit is, of course, Madrid. Madrid is the capital of Spain and also the largest city that you will find in this country.

The city is located in the centre of Spain, on the Spanish Plateau. The capital Madrid is the fourth largest city in all of Europe. The city is also the capital of the autonomous region in which it lies, which is also called Madrid. The inhabitants are called Madrilenians.

Madrid is seen by many as the most important city in the country, among other things because of its central location, but also because of its history, and political and financial functions. The city currently has more than 3 million inhabitants. Unique is that the city has a bustling traffic network, but that most neighbourhoods in the city have been able to retain their original atmosphere.

 

Culture in Madrid

You will not lack culture in Madrid. If you walk through the city, you will be surrounded by typical Spanish atmospheres, old buildings and churches, art and local shops.

 

Nightlife

Madrid is famous for its nightlife, among other things. The city is packed with bars, clubs and discos. Seven days a week, day and night – you will find all kinds of people, young and old, Madrid and tourists in the streets of Madrid. There are several busy exit streets such as Calle Bilbao, Tribunal and Alonso Martinez. There are neighbourhoods around the centre where it is just as lively at night as it is during the day.

Madrid, Spain at Almudena Cathedral.

 

Museums

The capital Madrid has three internationally renowned art museums, namely the Museo del Prado, one of the largest and most famous art museums in the world with works from the 14th to 19th centuries. Or the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia with modern and contemporary art. And finally, the Museo Thyssen-Boernemisza initially contained a private collection.

 

Prado Museum (Museo del Prado)

The Museo del Prado is one of the most visited museums in Madrid. This museum houses a collection of paintings from the Renaissance to the 20th century. The museum also has a collection of drawings, engravings, sculptures, prints, etc.

 

Madrid History Museum

The Madrid History Museum has a collection of historical artefacts that are displayed here. Some of the artefacts displayed here are costumes, weapons, coins, old documents, furniture, etc. The museum is located in the Plaza de Oriente and has a wide range of exhibits.

 

Palacio Real

Palacio Real is Spanish for the Royal Palace. The Royal Palace of Madrid is the working palace of the current King of Spain. This impressive building has an area of 135,000 m2 and has 3418 rooms. It makes this palace the largest royal palace in the world. The palace dates from the 9th century. It was burned down around 1700, after which a new palace was built, that is the current palace that is now there.

In the palace itself, you will also find many beautiful sights such as the throne room (Salón del Trono), the royal chapel (Capilla Real) and the large stairwell with a ceiling painting by Corrado Giaquinto (Escalera Principal). All in all, the palace is worth a visit.

Athen Palacia, Madrid

El Retiro (city park)

Some time added nature you can look into the city park that goes under the name Jardines del Buen Retiro or Parque del Buen Retiro; basically: El Retiro. The 1.4 km2 park was used to house the imperial house of Philip IV, of which some remains can still be seen. The park in addition has a substantial fish pond where you can travel by rowing boat.

Awhile much more nature you can check out the city park that goes under the name Jardines del Buen Retiro or Parque del Buen Retiro; simply put El Retiro. The 1.4 km2 park was utilized to house the royal residence of Philip IV, of which a variety of remains can still be seen. The park likewise has a big fish pond in which you can cruise totally with rowing watercraft.

 

Bernabeu Stadium – A Visit To One Of The Biggest Stadiums In Europe

You can’t get more adventurous than to visit the Bernabeu Stadium, home of Real Madrid. Located in the heart of the city, it is the largest stadium in Europe and has been a part of Spanish football since its construction in 1950. The stadium holds about 91,000 people and has hosted many famous matches over the years including the final match of the European Cup in 1960. It also hosted the first game of the 2006 World Cup and will be hosting the final of the 2010 World Cup.

The stadium is a beautiful building with a wonderful history. The construction of the stadium started in 1950 when the club was formed. It was built to replace the Estadio Nuevo Los Cristianos which had been destroyed during the Spanish Civil War. The new stadium was designed by architect Rafael Moneo and opened in 1952.

The stadium is surrounded by the Royal Palace, the Royal Botanical Gardens and the Plaza de la Cibeles. It is an ideal location for tourists who want to explore Madrid. There are many places to visit while you are in the area including the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, the Museo del Prado and the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Madrid is a great place to visit if you love sports. If you want to see the Bernabeu Stadium, you should plan your trip around the soccer season. It is one of the biggest stadiums in the world and it is located in the centre of the city. It is not only a place to watch a soccer match, but it is also a great place to visit.

Take a tour to see Madrid

One of the best ways to experience Madrid is by taking a tour of the city. You can take a walking tour or go on a bus tour. Both types of tours offer different views of the city. Walking tours are more intimate and allow you to talk to your guide. Bus tours are more popular because they are larger groups and there are usually more guides available. If you are interested in seeing the stadium, you should take a tour that includes a visit to the stadium.

The Zoo

If you are travelling with children, you may want to take them to the zoo. It is one of the most visited zoos in the world and offers many fun activities for children. The zoo is located near the Prado Museum and the Parque del Buen Retiro. If you have a car, you can visit the zoo on your own time.

The zoo is open from 9:30 am until 6 pm daily. You can see many animals that are native to Spain. There are also some animals that are from other countries that have been brought to Spain. The zoo also has a café where you can get refreshments.

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