Popular Lettings in Madrid
Highlights in Madrid
- Ideal for families
- Nightlife for all tastes
- Impressive wealth of monuments
- Wide range of cultural and leisure activities
- The Retiro Park
Most popular in Madrid
Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals in Madrid
On Holidu you will have the possibility to choose between thousands of holiday rentals in Madrid to enjoy your stay. Most of them are ideal rentals for couples, families and groups of friends, located in and around the city centre. Very close to the main monumental attractions of the city, such as the Royal Palace or the Cathedral. This way, you can walk anywhere or take public transport and take just a few minutes to get where you want to go. Almost all the rentals are decorated with a very modern style, typical of such a modern capital. And some have stunning terraces with fantastic views of the city. Don't wait any longer to book your Madrid holiday rental!Magnificent villas and holiday homes in the historic centre
If you are looking for a holiday rental in Madrid that, in addition to being more spacious, has a garden for your children to play in and you can enjoy a more relaxed atmosphere without leaving the historic centre of Madrid, On Holidu you will also find numerous holiday homes and exclusive villas with everything you need. Located in or around the main avenues of the capital, very close to the monuments you are wishing to visit and parks and green areas for afternoon strolls. All the luxury you deserve in the very centre of Madrid.Why book a letting in Madrid?
Capital of Spain and one of the most charming cities in Europe, Madrid is the perfect place for your holidays. A destination that offers everything you need to forget everything and disconnect. But, unlike other large capitals such as London, Rome or Berlin, Madrid breathes the air of provinces that invites you to relax and enjoy the parsimony and the good life. All this, of course, is accompanied by an interesting cultural and leisure offer in which nothing is lacking. Theatres, cinemas, museums, shops, restaurants, green areas, amusement parks... It is precisely this perfect combination that attracts every year thousands of travellers looking for a destination close, friendly and full of possibilities. Staying in a holiday rental in Madrid is the best way to feel like another neighbour and experience first hand the constant rhythm of a city that is awake, cheerful and full of charm.
Holidays in Madrid
The area and how to find your way around
Madrid has a series of tourist attractions that no one can miss, such as the Royal Palace, the Reina Sofia Museum, the Puerta del Sol or the Retiro Park. As well as a wide range of leisure activities for all tastes and all ages. But it is also a fabulous starting point for exploring the surrounding area, such as the cities of Toledo and Segovia, both World Heritage Sites. In addition, thanks to its mild climate, the Spanish capital can be visited at any time of the year. However, you must take into account temperature variations when choosing your accommodation: in summer, a villa with a swimming pool may be preferable, while in winter, you are invited to stay in a heated letting or a cosy cottage.Madrid for any type of traveller
Young couples, groups of friends, families or marriages celebrating their silver wedding anniversary. Madrid adapts to the demands of any visitor and offers an endless number of alternatives for you to take the best of memories. Those who come here looking for partying and fun nights can opt for a holiday rental in the heart of Chueca or Malasaña, where you will find bars, pubs and discos of all styles. On the contrary, a letting in the Salamanca neighbourhood guarantees the most exclusive luxury, perfect for a romantic and peaceful holiday - find your holiday rental in Madrid right now! With Holidu's selection you will find the ideal accommodation.
Types of travellers and activities
Madrid is the best place for a family holiday. Among the most interesting suggestions are the mythical Warner Park, the classic Madrid Amusement Park or the Zoo, where children can delight and learn seeing animals from all over the world. In addition, throughout the year and in all areas of the city can be found numerous shows and plays designed for the enjoyment of children, as in the Teatro Arlequin Gran Via or the Teatro Nuevo Apolo. In the surrounding area, places such as El Atazar Reservoir in Cervera de Buitrago, Manzanares Linear Park in Valdemoro, the Enchanted Forest of San Martin de Valdeiglesias, the Amazon Park of Cercedilla or the Karting Carlos Sainz of Las Rozas de Madrid complete the offer of activities for children.Madrid for lovers of art and culture
Great national and international works are exhibited here, in some of the best museums in the world. This is the case of Picasso's Guernica, which can be seen in the Reina Sofia, or Velazquez's Las Meninas, exhibited in the Museo del Prado. The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum also stands out for its importance. In addition, in recent years there has been an explosion of small halls where all kinds of exhibitions are held - check out the cultural agenda not to miss any!Madrid for the most party-goers
Madrid is, without a doubt, one of the main references of nightlife throughout the European continent, where you can find lively areas and some of the best clubs in Spain, with atmospheres and musical genres for all tastes, such as Kapital, Joy Eslava, New Garamond or Gabana 1800. Las Huertas is the favourite place for foreign tourists and students; Malasaña is famous for its bohemian and alternative atmosphere; Chueca is the neighbourhood par excellence of the capital; Avenida de Brasil offers elegant and sophisticated bars for those seeking the glamour of Madrid's nightlife; and Argüelles-Moncloa is characterised by a lively youthful and university atmosphere.
Did you know that despite not having a sea, Madrid has the second largest fish market in the world? This is Mercamadrid, only surpassed by Tokyo.
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Can you imagine being able to walk through the same places where Gongora, Lope de Vega or Quevedo did? From the Plaza de Santa Ana and down the Paseo del Prado run several streets that were once the favourites of these renowned writers. Don't miss the Church of San Ildefonso, where Miguel de Cervantes is buried, or the house-museum of Lope de Vega.2. Eat a calamari sandwich at the Plaza Mayor
Visiting Madrid and not eating a sandwich of squid is like going to Paris and not climbing the Eiffel Tower. A real sacrilege! This is one of the most typical delicacies of the capital. Perfect for breakfast, lunch, snack or dinner. Of course, always accompanied by a cold beer. One of the best places to try it is the Cerveceria Plaza Mayor, where they also serve other delicacies typical of the cuisine of the land in the form of tapas.3. Walk through its parks and green areas
I'm sure you've heard of the Retiro, the city's great green lung. Here you can ride a boat, visit the Crystal Palace or lie in the shade of its trees. But equally beautiful and recommendable are the Sabatini Gardens, the Country House or the Temple Gardens of Debot... they won't let you down!4. Take a picture at the Cibeles fountain
The Cibeles fountain is the place where the madridistas celebrate their team's triumphs. If you are a great fan of Real Madrid, you can not miss the opportunity to take a picture in it. In addition, you can also visit the Real Madrid Museum, which is located in the Bernabeu stadium, even touching the turf on which the big boys play.5. Restaurants, bars and shops to put the finishing touch
Any neighbourhood in Madrid is full of good restaurants, bars where you can have a drink and shops to suit all budgets. Don't miss the opportunity to have a good beer in the Plaza del Sol or to taste an authentic Madrilenian stew. In short, get lost in its streets, discover its secrets and make Madrid your new favourite destination.
On Holidu we have the letting in Madrid that you need
If Madrid suits your needs, On Holidu we weren't going to be any less. Thanks to our powerful search engine you will be able to filter all our holiday rental proposals until you find the letting, villa or rural house you are looking for.
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FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Madrid
With an average price of £164.53 per night, Madridlies at theupper end of the price range for holiday rentals in Spain.When are holiday rentals cheaper in Madrid?
According to our most recent historical data, the months that are the cheapest in Madrid are August, February, and March, with average prices from £136.52, £142.49 and £144.67, respectively.In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Madrid?
When you look at renting a holiday letting in Madrid, the highest prices are usually seen in the month of June (with an average of £206.06 per night), followed by October (£190.95), and December (£186.33).Do I need to plan a trip to Madrid well in advance?
We recommend you to book in advance in Madrid as only 19% of the accommodations are free, according to our 2019 data.Which months offer the highest availability?
In 2019, the months with the largest number of available properties in Madrid were March, August, and July with average availabilities of 31%, 29.8% and 26%, respectively.When are there fewer rental options available in Madrid?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is October (only 8% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by September (10.75%), and November (11.6%).How many holiday rentals are there in Madrid?
In Madrid we offer you a comprehensive catalogue of around 6300 properties, with options of all kinds, thanks to our 39 local and international partners.