Madrid is the capital city of Spain, and is located almost exactly in the geographical centre of the Iberian Peninsula. Madrid is the largest city in Spain and has a population (city) of 3.228 million (July 2005) and 5.843 million (metropolitan area). Madrid is best known for its great cultural and artistic heritage, a good example of which is the El Prado museum. Madrid also boasts some of the liveliest nightlife in the world.

Hotels in Madrid

Amura Alcobendas Score 7.65 from 53 reviews
Avda. Valdelaparra, 2 7.65/10
The hotel offers various facilities for your relaxation and enjoyment. Extra beds are available as well. ... more
Apartamentos MV Gran Via Score 8.25 from 206 reviews
Chinchilla, 7 8.25/10
These are stylish and spacious apartments situated right at the heart of Madrid - Spains lively, non-stop, capital city. Stroll to the top sights in the city centre from this accommodation. MV Gran Via boasts spacious and well-lit apartments, decorated in a trendy, contemporary style. Each of the apartments is equipped with a kitchen, where you can prepare your own meals with friends or family. Check your emails at any time in this apartment complex equipped with Wi-Fi internet access. From these apartments, you can take a short walk to top sights such as the Puerta del Sol, and the museum district including the Prado, Thyssen-Bornemisza and Reina Sofia museums. ... more
Eurostars Gran Madrid Score 8.625 from 127 reviews
Avenida de la Vega, 22 8.63/10
The hotel offers every morning a delicious full breakfast. Opening times: Monday to Friday from 07:00 to 10:00 Weekend and bank holidays from 07:30 to 11:30 The restaurant El Foro serves Mediterranean and International cuisine made from first quality products. It is open for lunch and dinner from Monday to Saturday. Lunch and dinner are not available on Sundays and public holidays. ... more
Silken Puerta Madrid Score 8.325 from 362 reviews
Juan Rizi, 5 8.33/10
The hotel’s transfer service runs to and from Madrid Barajas Airport and the Juan Carlos I trade fair site. It operates between 08:00 and 11:30, and 18:00 and 20:30, each weekday. Please note that the service is only available subject to prior arrangement; contact details appear on the Booking Confirmation issued by this site. Please note that the transfer service is not available on the following dates: Easter week 20 July – 26 August 25 December – 07 January ... more
AC La Finca Score 8.325 from 13 reviews
Paseo del Club Deportivo 1 8.33/10
The rooms are spacious and provide a warm and comfortable atmosphere. All rooms are fully-equipped with state of the art technologies, including high speed WiFi internet access. ... more
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Full Day Toledo, El Escorial and Valley of the Fallen Tour 9 hours

Discover Toledo, once the medieval capital of Spain

Travel south of Madrid approximately 44 miles (71 kilometers) to the glorious city of Toledo, the capital of Spain in medieval times and setting for the famous paintings of El Greco. Towering towards the sky of Castile, surrounded by the river Tajo, the city is a National Monument to Spain's art, history and spirituality.

Throughout the town you can appreciate the different architectural styles of Arabic, Mudejar Gothic and Renaissance whilst walking through its charming narrow and steeped streets. A guide will accompany you on a visit to the outside of the Cathedral which is an outstanding example from the Spanish Gothic period.

You will also visit the St. Tome Church where the masterpiece from El Greco is located "The Burial from the Lord of Orgaz", The Synagogue from Sta. Ma La Blanca, St. Juan of the King and a gothic style monastery. You will spend 2 to 3 hours in Toledo.

El Escorial Monastery, founded by Philip II in the 16th Century, is the largest Spanish building of the Renaissance. It was originally built to provide a place where the King could live the life of a monk whilst ruling the Spanish Empire. Enjoy a guided tour (including entrance fees) of the Austria's Palace, Kings Pantheon, Infants Pantheon, Capitular Rooms and the Basilica.

Located only 6 miles (9.5 kilometers) north of El Escorial lies the Valley of the Fallen, a vast Basilica excavated inside of the mountain, on top of which looms a gigantic granite monument. This majestic cross was built by General Franco to remember the dead of Spain's Civil War. The entire complex is surrounded by a landscape of unique beauty. Enjoy a guided tour inside the Basilica.

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Catedral de La Almudena

Catedral de La Almudena

The Cathedral of the Almudena lies besides the Palacio Real forming a unit. It was built by popular subscription and the works lasted more than 100 years.

It is worth visiting both the cathedral and the crypt (by a door in the south wall).

type:Churches and Cathedrals
tel:91 542 22 00

Park de Berlin

This park is decorated with various sculptures made by stones from the former Berlin wall.
It's a nice location to go for a little walk or relax if you live in the neighbourhood - but expecting a tourist attraction you might be disappointed.


Madrid by Night with Florida Park Nightclub 4 - 4.5 hours

Madrid by Night with Florida Park Nightclub

Enjoy panoramic sightseeing by night throughout the most interesting avenues and squares of the city and past Madrid's spectacular floodlit fountains, before arriving at the Florida Park Nightclub.

Here you will see an exciting Spanish Flamenco Show, along with a selection of other Spanish Dances. Before the show, enjoy a dance or two with the orchestra songs.

Tonight you have an option of either a traditional Tapas meal, a three course dinner, or simply a drink while watching the show.

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