The capital of Spain and one of the favorite tourist destinations. Rich in culture and cosmopolitan.
Located in the center of the peninsula, Madrid offers great cultural offerings. Modern, cosmopolitan Madrid is a perfect destination for those who want to learn or improve their Spanish.
One of the most important Art museums in the world: El Greco, Velázquez, Goya, El Bosco, Titian, Van Dyck, Rembrandt...
The Royal Palace of Madrid is the official residence of His Majesty the King of Spain, who uses in ceremonies of state, but does not dwell on it.
El Escorial is the heritage of humanity. Philip II built it in 1562. It was the political center of the empire of Philip II.
Located a few kilometers from Madrid is the official residence of the Kings of Spain. Charles V built it in 1553.
For breakfast, lunch, dinner or drinks. It is in the neighborhood of Chueca. They have an extensive menu where you can order as much Spanish cooking as well as international meals.
Pérez Galdós, 4
T. 915 22 18 90
Ojala is today a famous place. Downstairs they call it “the beach”: sand on the floor, chill out music, wall projections and changing light. As for the food you can order; starters, tapas, salads and cocktails.
San Andrés, 1
T. 915 232 747
Basque pintxos bar. The bar, eight meters in length, is filled with tapas dishes that you will have to selfserve.
T. 915 218 318
Stunning 7-storey nightclub. Each room has a different type of music from rap to Spanish music. It also has karaoke!
One of the clubs that has featured Madrid has been Joy Eslava. Crowded with celebrities, it is an old theater converted into a nightclub.
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