Place's to visit in Madrid

When you travel to Madrid, you will love to visit popular tourist spots and enjoy the local culture. Amongst other Things to do in Madrid, you can surely explore some of the best things to do in Madrid to make your trip a fulfilling one. On a trip to Madrid things to do can include exploring Madrid attractions and visiting the places of interest.

The most imposing feature of this structure is its massive size. The Royal Palace of Madrid was built in the year 1764, and it has more than 2,500 roomsornately decorated. Carlos III was the resident of the palace. Victoria Eugenie and Alfonso XII were the last royals to reside in this palace in the early 1900s.

The Plaza Mayor is among the most famous stately plazas in Madrid and was built in the year 1619. It was earlier used to host bullfights when it lay outside the boundaries of the city. It is a must-visit as it speaks a lot of Spanish architecture.

There are quite a lot of options for your kids to engage their time in while visiting Madrid.

Parque De Atracciones- is the most important amusement park in Madrid.

Teleferico- the fun filled cable car ride begins from Paseo del Pintor Rosales and goes on till Casa de Campo. 

San Francisco el Grande Basilica, Monasterio de lasDescalzasReales, San Pedro el Real, and Real Monasterio de la Encarnación are some of the popular attractions for religious sites in Madrid. 

Metropolis, Plaza de Cibeles, Paseo del Prado, Cava Baja and Plaza de Oriente are some of the well known landmarks here. 

If you crave the outdoors, Madrid has a lot in store for you. Go trekking and hiking. In the snow capped regions, you could also try out skiing. You could also attend the paintball at Evasion Paintball.

Other activities include water sports and bungee jumping. The Avanti Sport Center is a good place to start with in case you are looking for some adrenalin rush.

Top desk, tour on a bus: While in Madrid you should not miss the bus tour by sitting on top of the bus and enjoying spectacular sights and monuments in Madrid. You are provided with headphones once you are on the bus, this allows you to hear the ongoing tour information about the sights and attractions in about eight different languages. People with restricted mobility or handicapped can also go on this tour as its low floor is equipped for access to the handicaps. The passengers are made available with a city map of Madrid that point out the various restaurants, attractions, monuments and museums along with discount vouchers. 

The entire journey takes an average of 75 minutes, and this tour bus operates at all times annually other than on 18th September and 1st January. The timings of the operation of this bus differ from season to season. It is a great way of exploring the entire city.

If you like the quiet, go fishing. It is one of the best time passes for nature lovers visiting Madrid. 

Restaurants- The Spanish are known to love their food!While inSpain, soothe your taste buds at some of the amazing restaurants in Madrid.

CalleSan Bernardino: This is a street that is home to many international varieties of cuisines. However, you can try Dos Forgone that serves fusion food with a mix of Spanish.

Calle de Las Infantas: This street is filled with several cafes and restaurants. If you are a fan of tapas, you can certainly visit El Tigre.

Cava Baja: You will find many restaurants and bars here that serve amazing tapas and also avail English menus. 

There have been many exports from the Spanish cuisine worldwide. The Spanish omelette has taught a thing or two about omelettes to the world. Sample the taste of where it originated and you will be left with tingling taste buds and a lifetime of cravings! Besides, Croquettes, Tortilla Espaniola, Gazpacho or salmorejo, Pisto – Spanish ratatouille and Paella; and Red or white sangria and tinto de verano are the other major dishes from the country. 

Madrid is known in the world for its lively nightlife. There are many activities and places you can visit at the late hours, and a few of them are mentioned as follows:

The bars in Madrid serve you with free tapas along with the wines and beers. However, they do not serve your food. Some of them will have their specialties. It is recommended to visit the ones in the main tourist areas as they are the ones that will be open for much later hours rather than the local bars in the residential areas. Some of the popular bars/ pubs here are Sidreria El Tigre, Casa Labra, Bristol Bar, Ice Bar Madrid and MuseoChicote.

These are places in Madrid that are similar to the pubs, but has an additional dance floor. These places usually serve copas and beers and are open till six or seven in the morning. These places have free access without any charges.

Discotecas: You also need to follow a dress code to get an entry, usually have to look trendy or cool enough. Women can wear; party wears lighter clothing and men can wear suits and shirts. Among the most famous discos in Madrid are Pacha in Barcelo street, Kapital in CalleAtocha, Empire in the Paseo de Recoletos, Palacio Gaviria and Joy Eslava on Arenal Street. If you are of a different nationality, then, you can visit Palacio Gaviria, which has special nights dedicated for people from different nationalities. They can witness how Madrid parties in style. If you have a Madrid Card, you will be able to enter many nightclubs with free drinks or reduced admission charges. These are the free-spirited places wherein you can explore the city and its people in real.

Mercadillo de Arte, Euro Mercadillo and Euro Mercadillo are the popular flea markets here.

Gran Via & Sol: This area is home to the biggest stores and the best brands. Among the most prominent brands available here are Stradivarius, Pull & Bear, Zara and the Inditex chains. It is also a place where you can find the biggest cinemas in Madrid towards the roof.

PrincipePio: This is a train and bus hub along with a contemporary shopping mall that is built above the structure. This is one of the most crowded and the largest malls in the city and is a great place if you want to shop without getting wet in the rains. One can take a metro shuttle from the Opera metro station to get to Principe Pio.

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