Madrid

Things To Do & Attractions in Madrid

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Hard Rock Café Madrid

4.5 star rating: Recommended 25 Reviews

Thirty years ago Hard Rock Café shirts from far-flung cities ranked high on every globetrotter’s list of the most coveted travel souvenirs. Three decades ...  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

Independence Plaza

4 star rating: Recommended 10 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

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 the ...  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

Las Rozas Village

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 4 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

Lavapiés

Lavapiés is an area of Madrid outside of the old city walls that was once the Jewish and Moorish neighborhood. In 1492, the residents of the neighborhood ...  Read more

Lope de Vega House

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

This historic Madrid structure was once home to one of Spain’s most celebrated writers, Félix Lope de Vega Carpio, who spent the last 25 years of his life ...  Read more

Madrid Matadero

Once a large slaughterhouse and now a center for the arts, the Madrid Matadero was one of the most important architectural transformations for 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

Madrid Rio

Madrid Rio is the name given to the 820-hectare area running along the banks of the Manzanares river in Madrid. Unveiled in 2008, 1.5 km from Puerta del Sol, ...  Read more

Madrid Wax Museum (Museo de Cera)

With two levels of more than 400 wax statues of historic figures, the Madrid Wax Museum is an excellent introduction to periods of history and those who ...  Read more

Madrid Zoo Aquarium

Trade the hubbub of Madrid’s busy center for a different kind of Spanish-capital adventure: the Madrid Zoo Aquarium. It is here, out in the city’s largest ...  Read more

Mercado de San Miguel

While in the heart of Madrid’s tourist center, get closer to the culinary side of the Spanish capital and its history by visiting Mercado de San Miguel. ...  Read more

Museo del Aire

Detailing the history of aviation in Spain, the Museo del Aire allows visitors to explore seven hangars and six galleries in both indoor and outdoor spaces. ...  Read more

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