A walk that shows you how to lead an intensively happy life. After a pandemic, people want to live again, have fun and travel. Madrid is unique, lively and happy. It captivates us with its intense way of life and teaches us to enjoy its streets and its wide range of tourist attractions using all five senses. Its authentic lifestyle makes Madrid stands out from other European destination. It is a pleasant, authentic and open city. The people are generous and sociable. In Madrid, people live along the streets, they stay to share projects: with friends, family, colleagues and strangers.
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Activities in Madrid
Madrid has a lot to offer, but try our top ten must-sees to fall in love with this city: Paseo del Arte, Retiro Park, Plaza Mayor, Royal Palace, Puerta del Sol, Cibeles Fountain, Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Madrid Río, Las Ventas Bullring and a morning at the Rastro.Find out more
The Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Reina Sofía are the three major museums that feature in this rich promenade of art. But Madrid has so much more to offer: Great cultural centres, historic fountains, churches and cathedrals, theatres, musicals and concerts and many other cultural highlights that should not be missed.Find out more
The city of Madrid is now on the UNESCO World Heritage List, which covers places of special universal value. In 2019, Spain presented for consideration Prado Boulevard, Paseo del Prado and El Buen Retiro Park, which have recently been included in the "Landscape of Arts and Sciences" category.
You'll never be bored in Madrid. You could spend years here and still have something to do: Rich restaurants, leisure and cultural activities for children and adults and hundreds of streets full of shops are just some of the things you should not miss in the city.Find out more
Tapas. Although you can have a beer with some tapas in all neighbourhoods, the most important are La Latina or Malasaña. Madrid is also known for its centuries-old restaurants, which have survived the passage of time superbly. And we can't forget its gastronomic markets such as: San Miguel, San Anton, Ibiza...Find out more
Barrio de Las Letras, Chueca, Las Salesas and Malasaña are some of the must-see areas of any premium shopping street worthy of the name. They house the boutiques and artisan shops that are so exclusive to Madrid. These unique boutiques are worth a little detour.Find out more