Madrid

Things to Do & Attractions in Madrid

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Alcalá Gate (Puerta de Alcalá)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 931 Reviews

The Puerta de Alcalá - or Alcalá Gate - stands in the center of the Plaza de la Independencia - Independence Square - and just outside of the Parque ...  Read more

Almudena Cathedral

4.5 star rating: Recommended 1221 Reviews

The Almudena Cathedral is the official Cathedral of Madrid and is dedicated to the Virgin of Almudena. Taking over a century to complete, the Almudena is one ...  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

Aranjuez

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

Atletico de Madrid Museum

1 star rating: I do not recommend this 1 Review

Soccer, or football as it’s known in Europe, is at the center of modern European athletics and, more often than not, conversation. Home to one of Spain’s ...  Read more

Atocha Train Station (Estacion de Atocha)

4 star rating: Recommended 47 Reviews

Atocha Train Station (Estacion de Atocha) opened as Madrid’s first rail station in early 1851. The steel and glass structure was designed by Alberto Palacio ...  Read more

Barrio de Salamanca

Shopping, sightseeing, and elegant architecture are all good reasons to head to one of the Spanish capital’s most famous neighborhoods, Barrio de Salamanca. ...  Read more

Basílica de San Francisco El Grande

With its baroque facade and grand frescoed dome — the fourth largest in the world and largest in Spain — Basilica de San Francisco El Grande is one of ...  Read more

Bullfighting Museum

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 6 Reviews

There isn’t much that’s more Spanish than bullfighting, and visitors to the country are often curious about the gory, controversial sport. What better place ...  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

Casino Gran Vía

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

Casino Gran Via, situated on Madrid’s boulevard of the same name, occupies a grand three-story building, formerly the Commercial and Industrial Union ...  Read more

Cerralbo Museum

Housed in the former abode of the 17th Marquis of Cerralbo, Enrique de Aguilera y Gamboa, the Cerralbo Museum features the vast personal collections of its ...  Read more

Church of San Ginés (Iglesia de San Ginés)

As one of the oldest churches in all of Madrid, the Iglesias de San Gines is full of history and art. It is believed to date back to as early as the 9th ...  Read more

Círculo de Bellas Artes

Círculo de Bellas Artes, private cultural non-profit in Madrid, has become one of Europe’s most impressive private cultural centers. The center hosts ...  Read more

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