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Highlights in Madrid
- Great culture and museums
- Excellent culinary scene
- Great neighbourhoods
- Fantastic shopping areas
- Theme parks
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Apartments in Madrid
An apartment in the centre of Madrid is the ideal location to enjoy this stately European capital. Book you stay near Puerta del Sol near the main attractions, in Chamberí with modern and elegant apartments, in bohemian Malasaña, La Latina for tapas and nightlife or the elegant quarter of Salamanca. Choose your favourite area and book your apartment today!Cosy apartments in the best locations
The variety of apartments in Madrid vary according to your needs and preferences. You can find cute small apartments for solo travellers, medium size accommodation for families of 4 and bigger apartments to host up to 8 people. All apartments come with all the amenities to make your stay a very pleasant one so you just need to unpack and relax. Some apartments offer great views from the balconies and some others might include terraces where you can enjoy a nice al fresco dining in the summer evenings. The refurbished apartments in certain areas might not include a lift, so if you are looking for those apartments that do have one, select the option on your booking.
Travellers and activities
Mardid is a cosmopolitan city with great offers for travellers and holidaymakers. The city is a great sport for cultural events, museums, art galleries, exhibitions and street art. The culinary scene is so varied and eclectic with endless options for foodies. Visit great monuments and historic sites and use a great underground network that will take you to every corner of the city. The night scene is a blend of different music styles, exclusive VIP clubs and excellent nightclubs to take the dancefloor and dance the night away!Madrid for family holidays
Madrid has plenty of family attractions to enjoy. One of the most popular ones is the Zoo, a large space to admire and learn about the different animals and the Warner Bros Theme Park, a fabulous park based on the Warner characters, with fun attractions and exciting rides. At the Teatro Arlequin or Teatro Nuevo Apolo you can enjoy great performances and theatre shows for kids, as well as musicals on ice in different venues across Madrid. The karting Carlos Sainz is a great experience for those children who love cars. In addition, Las Rozas, El Atazar Reservoir, the Enchanted Forest or the Amazon Park are also great spots to enjoy fabulous days with the little ones.
Despite not having a sea, Madrid has the second largest fish market in the world!
Top 7 travel tips in Madrid
Famous Spanish writers and poets wandered the streets of the capital many years ago. Quevedo, Góngora, Cervantes… Imagine following their steps along the beautiful streets they used to love. Visit the museum of Lope de Vega, or go to San Ildefons Church, where Miguel de Cervantes was buried.2. Walk the parks
El Parque del Retiro is one of the most beautiful parks in Madrid. There is a lake where you can get on a boat and row pleasantly around the lake. Then you can visit the Crystal Palace, take a pleasant stroll along the footpaths and enjoy the shade of the trees. We also recommend you to visit the Temple Garden of Debot, the Sabatini gardens or El Capricho Park.3. Go to the Cibeles
The Cibeles fountain is the fountain where the supporters of Real Madrid Football Club celebrate their team’s victories. The impressive fountain is a beautiful monument itself and one of the most photographed in the city. Have your pic there too!4. Tantalise your taste buds
The culinary scene in Madrid is above expectation. From simple and tasty tapas to delicate, creative and fine tasting Michelin Star menus. All the neighbourhoods boast a wide array of eateries. Enjoy a traditional calamari sandwich or a Madrid Stew in a bar, some delicious chocolate and churros at the most popular place in Madrid called San Ginés, excellent Iberian ham or the varied and great tapas at Mercado the San Miguel. Enjoy a fresh beer in the terraces around the Plaza Mayor and the creative recipes of the best Michelin Star chefs from DiverXO, DSTAGE, Álbora, Cebo and Clos.5. Shop ‘til you drop!
If you walk along the different neighbourhoods of the capital you will see lots of varied shops where you can find from clothes to accessories, the best art pieces and unique items for collectors. Fuencarral, Gran Vía and Fernando VI are streets lined with the best shops to buy clothes, shoes, bags and jewellery. The Chueca neighbourhood is abuzz with modern shops, spas, bakeries and all sorts of houseware. You can enjoy several hours of shopping or days if you feel like it!6. Dance the night away
Madrid is one of the main references of nightlife throughout the European continent. Here you can enjoy fantastic pubs, with varied styles of music and some of the best night clubs of the country. Celebrities, actors and sport players also enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of the city. Go to Kapital, Joy Eslava, New Garamond or Gabana 1800. Las Huertas is more frequented by tourists and students; Malasaña instead, is popular for its bohemian and alternative vibes; Chueca is the neighbourhood par excellence of the capital in terms of nightlife; Avenida de Brasil offers elegant and sophisticated bars for those wanting the luxury of Madrid's nightlife; and Argüelles-Moncloa is a lively youthful scene.7. Cultural visit and museums
Madrid is a capital full of culture and museums. You can spend the whole day in art exhibitions, art galleries or the most important museums where the best pieces are shown. Do not miss the opportunity to go to the Prado Museum, The Caixaforum Madrid, The National museum of Art Reina Sofia or the Thyssen-Bornemisza.