Unlock the magic of Madrid

Madrid is a lively and beautiful place, bursting with artistic heritage, fantastic eateries and thriving nightlife. From legendary tapas to world-class museums and fine public squares, take a tour and get to the essence of the most Spanish city in Spain.

Attractions in Madrid

San Antonio de Los Alemanes
Beautiful 17th century Baroque gem with frescos by Luca Giordano.
The Romanticism Museum
This overlooked museum covers all elements of the Romantic movement in Madrid.
Malasaña Neighbourhood
A unique mix of alternative and vibrant people in an old, classic neighbourhood.
Teatro Lara
A performing arts theatre, located at Corredera Baja de San Pablo.
Jamon Serrano
Jamon serrano - Spanish ham - is a staple of many tapas and is a delicacy not to be missed.
Puerta del Sol
The centre of Madrid's New Year celebrations, and mile zero of Spain's network of roads.
Classic Spanish Tapas
Spanish tapas are the heart of any social gathering.
Spanish Tortilla
Tortilla Española is a traditional tapa dish - a definite must when in Spain.
Spanish drinks
Try Spain's most popular drinks like Caña and Sangría
Traditional Spanish snack
An incredible medieval city that showcases the creative clash of Arab, Jewish and Christian culture.
Cathedral of Toledo
This 13th century cathedral is perhaps the paramount example of Gothic architecture.
Church of St Tomé
A medieval church that is home to a world-renowned work by El Greco.
The Burial of the Count of Orgaz
El Greco’s most famous masterpiece, still displayed in its original setting.
Synagogue of El Tránsito
A magnificent 14th century Toledan synagogue, famed for its intricate stucco decoration.
Monastery of St. John
This masterpiece of Isabelline Gothic was built by King Ferdinand II and Queen Isabella I to celebrate the birth of their son, Prince John.
Parque El Retiro
The green heart of Madrid, hosting an array of gardens and monuments.
Monument to Alfonso XII
An equestrian statue of the monarch in the centre of Buen Retiro Park, offering the best view over the lake.
Palacio de Cristal
The extraordinary glass and iron palace built to display the flora of the Philippines in 1887.
Palacio de Velázquez
This beautiful neoclassical building is an exhibition hall located in Buen Retiro Park.
Plaza Mayor
This colossal square has hosted a variety of events over its 400 year history, from street markets to public executions.
Plaza de Oriente
A historic square with some fabulous sculptures, located right at the entrance to the Royal Palace.
Palacio Real
Home to an astounding art collection, this palace is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family and is today used for state ceremonies.
Teatro Real
'El Real' is one of Europe's great theatres, and the major opera house of Madrid.
Prado Museum
Spain's premier art museum, with a treasure trove of works dating as far back as the 12th century.
Las Meninas by Velázquez
This enigmatic painting is one of the crown jewels of the Prado collection.
Christ Washing the Disciples' Feet
An incredible representation by Tintoretto of the events before the Last Supper.
The Garden of Earthly Delights
An astounding triptych by Hieronymus Bosch, portraying fantastical crowds of people and monsters in a warning against temptation.
Museo Reina Sofía
A museum that plays host to some of the greatest names in 20th century art.
Guernica By Picasso
This world-famous painting is Picasso's sensational tribute to victims of the Spanish Civil War.
Salvador Dalí
The Reina Sofía holds an amazing collection of work by Spain's beloved surrealist Salvador Dalí.
Joan Miró
Some of Miró's most important work can be found in the Museo Reina Sofía.
'Best Club in History' Room
A summary of the history of the club - you'll leave a fan if you aren't one yet.
Sensations Room
Take a long look at Real Madrid's impressive trophy collection and learn the history behind it.
An extension of the trophy room, where more of the club's rich history is displayed.
Pitch of Santiago Bernabeu
Walk the pitch where Zidane, Figo, Ronaldo and others have walked before.
Real Madrid Dressing Room
Take a peek into where some of the legends of modern football get ready for the big games.
Press Room
Take a photo where all the major press conferences and the club's biggest announcements are made.
San Jerónimo el Real
A 16th century Roman Catholic church with royal connections, now used by the Prado Museum.
Las Ventas
Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas is an iconic bullring inaugurated in 1931, considered the home of bullfighting in Spain.
Puerta Grande
Exiting the arena through the Triumph Gate is the highest honour a bullfighter can hope for.
Las Ventas Terraces and Stands
The bullring's amazing Neo-Mudéjar seating can hold up to 25,000 spectators.
Las Ventas Arena
The arena of the bullring is where all the action takes place; at 60 metres in diameter it's one the widest in the world.
Juan Gris
Spanish paintor, Juan Gris or José Victoriano González, focused on developing cubism. We can find his amazing work at the Museo Reina Sofia.
Georges Braque
Georges Braque (1882–1963), the French painter dedicated his work to cubism. Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid displays some of his work
Plaza de Santa Ana
One of Madrid's liveliest areas, filled with restaurants, cafés and tapas bars.
Estanque del Retiro
An impressive artificial lake that complements The Monument to Alfonso XII in Buen Retiro Park.
Casón del Buen Retiro
One of two remaining 17th-century buildings in Buen Retiro Park, the Casón is home to a famous fresco.
Church of Santiago
An austere neoclassical church alongside the Camino de Santiago.
Plaza de Ramales
A square right beside the Royal Palace, this was the centre of 15th century Madrid.
Barrio de La Latina
The oldest area in Madrid, La Latina was the city's ancient Islamic citadel.
Puerta de Cuadrillas
Giving access to the horse yard, this is the starting point for all bullfights in Las Ventas.
Puerta de Toriles
Where the bull enters the ring; there are three of these gates around the arena.
Puerta de Arrastre
If the bullfighter comes out of top, the bull is traditionally dragged through this gate before being prepared for a victory feast.
Estadio Santiago Bernabéu
The home stadium of football giants Real Madrid.
Panoramic View of the Stadium
An amazing spot where you can have a full panoramic view of Real Madrid's home stadium.
Presidential Box
See how the 0.1% watch the game at the stadium's presidential box.
Official Store
Don't forget to stop here and buy the perfect Real Madrid souvenir for your friends and family.


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