Madrid Attractions

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Cybele's Fountain (Fuente de la Cibeles)

4 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

Madrid’s most memorable statue is Cybele’s Fountain, or Fuente de la Cibeles, depicting the Greek goddess of fertility, Cybele, being pulled by two lions on a ...  Read more

Independence Plaza

4 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

Independence Plaza (also known as the Plaza de la Independencia) is one of the most popular and busiest squares in Madrid and one of the most important ...  Read more

Las Rozas Village

4 star rating: Recommended 3 Reviews

Just 30 minutes from downtown Madrid, Las Rozas Village is a shopper’s nirvana – a designer outlet village crammed with over 100 shops and boutiques. One of ...  Read more

Museum of Royal Feluccas

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Spain has always been known for its naval history and accomplishments, from military to exploration. The Royal Museum of Feluccas showcases several large ...  Read more

Plaza de la Villa

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 398 Reviews

Those hoping for a taste of 16th-century Madrid will find just what they’re looking for at the tranquil Plaza de la Villa, or Town Hall Square. An easy stroll ...  Read more


3.5 star rating: Worth doing 16 Reviews

In the 16th century the royals of Spain liked to take their holidays in Aranjuez, 29 miles (48km) from Madrid. Phillip II developed a small holiday lodge into ...  Read more

Vicente Calderón Stadium

3 star rating: Worth doing 13 Reviews

Estadio Vicente Calderon is home to the Atletico Madrid football club. It sits on the banks of the Manzanares River in the heart of the city, in the ...  Read more

Madrid Naval Museum

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 3 Reviews

Spain has a rich naval history dating back to Catholic monarchs and the famous Spanish Armada.  From early explorers to key naval battles, and even to ...  Read more

Anden 0

Platform 0 offers visitors to Madrid the chance to experience travel at the time of the inauguration of the Madrid metro in 1918, when many major European ...  Read more

CaixaForum Madrid

One of Madrid’s most innovative works of architecture, the angular exterior of the CaixaForum is so spectacular you might be tempted not to bother going ...  Read more

Casa de Campo

Madrid’s Casa de Campo is the city’s 1,722-hectare verdant heart, an urban park that originated as hunting grounds for the Spanish Royal Family, whose ...  Read more

Geomining Museum (Museo Geominero)

This museum has nearly 10,000 rare fossils, minerals, corals and rocks on display. First commissioned by Queen Isabella in the 19th century, today it is run ...  Read more

Hermitage of San Antonio de la Florida

Renowned across Spain for its magnificent frescos, the Hermitage of San Antonio de la Florida, or the Royal Chapel of St Anthony of Florida, is one of Madrid´s ...  Read more

La Casa Encendida

Translated from Spanish, “ La Casa Encendida”  means the House of Fire — and it is here that social, cultural, and artistic flames are lit. Founded by ...  Read more

La Latina

Located in the center of the city, La Latina is one of the most authentic neighborhoods in Madrid. Medieval roads wind around Plaza de la Cebada and Plaza ...  Read more

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