Madrid – Spain

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Madrid is a city with many different faces. It’s an art lovers dream with its huge collection of impressive art spanning numerous museums and galleries. It’s also a foodie heaven, boasting an exciting selection of nouveau Spanish restaurants and fusion cuisine. And then there’s the nightlife. Madrid is well known for its after-dark antics, and is home to several super clubs and whole streets filled with bars. But it’s the atmosphere that makes Madrid so appealing, with its lively buzz and energy that pulses around every inch of it. Whichever side of the city you’re looking to explore, check into one of our affordable apartments in Madrid to ensure you have the best trip possible. For a variety of accommodation options, have a browse through our cheap studios and intimate, boutique flats dotted throughout the city – there’s something for everyone.

Things to do in Madrid

  • Museo Nacional Del Prado – Madrid’s top national art museum is situated right in the centre of the city and boasts an impressive collection of European art.
  • Buen Retiro Park – Take a day to stroll around the lush greenery of this huge, central park which boasts a peaceful lake, manicured gardens, and some interesting architecture.
  • Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum – Usually just shortened to the Thyssen, this art museum is situated in the Golden Triangle and displays work by a number of well-known modern artists.
  • Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia – This is the third museum in the Golden Triangle and is dedicated to showcasing 20th Century art.
  • Plaza Mayor – Perhaps the most iconic scene in Madrid, the Plaza Mayor is a grand square lined with impressive architecture and an array of upmarket restaurants.
  • Royal Palace of Madrid – A grand example of Spanish architecture which is also the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family.
  • Temple of Debod – Actually built in Aswan in Egypt, this ancient Egyptian temple was gifted to Madrid and now takes pride of place in the city centre.
  • Plaza de Cibeles – This square is one of the city’s focal points, boasting a series of neo-classical sculptures and breath-taking, intricate architecture.
  • Gran Via – Shopping enthusiasts should head straight to Gran Via, a wide boulevard peppered with boutique shops and classy cocktail bars.
  • National Archaeological Museum of Spain – Sitting shoulder to shoulder with Madrid’s library, this museum highlights ancient civilisations and old relics.
  • Sorolla Museum – Originally Joaquin Sorolla’s house, this building was converted into a museum to showcase the works of its previous owner.
  • Museum of Lazaro Galdiano – Situated in the heart of Madrid, this museum displays the art collection of Jose Lazaro Galdiano.
  • Santiago Bernabeu Stadium – The official football ground of Real Madrid is one of the best-known in Europe. Visitors can wander through the grounds, discover the history of the club in the trophy room, and grab a drink at the bar.
  • San Francisco el Grande Basilica – Located in the downtown Barrio of La Latina, this Roman Catholic Church features huge frescos and ceiling murals.
  • Royal Chapel of St. Anthony of La Florida – This quirky, neo-classical chapel is famous for its incredible domed frescoes painted by local artist, Goya.
  • Museum Cerralbo – A former artist’s residence, this grand museum houses the art collection of Enrique de Aguilera y Gamboa, Marquis of Cerralbo.
  • Church of San Antonio de los Alemanes – Well-known for its gold-studded, intricate Baroque interior, this church has been named Bien de Interes Cultural.
  • Almudena Cathedral – This fairytale palace is the Catholic cathedral of Madrid and boasts an impressive selection of rooms spanning the entire building.
  • Plaza de Espana – Another of Madrid’s famous squares, the Plaza de Espana is a popular meeting point for tourists and is situated at the far end of Gran Via.
  • El Rastro – The city’s most popular open air market which takes place every Sunday, selling a variety of knickknacks, textiles, and accessories.




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