Posts with category Madrid Turismo

Madrid Railway Museum

By | 2 September, 2020 | 0 comments

Museo del Ferrocarril de Madrid

In Madrid you can learn more about the great train journeys of the nineteenth century, the design of the first express train and the arrival of the modern era, with the AVE high-speed trains. How would you like to visit the Madrid Railway Museum?
What is there to see in the museum?
On one side, Read full article

Discover the Madrid of Carlos III

By | 12 August, 2020 | 0 comments

Casa de Correos de Marquet y Ventura Rodríguez

Carlos III, a king who was considered to be one of the best mayors of Madrid, left his mark on a large part of the Spanish capital. After remodelling the great avenues of the city and enabling their expansion, he had architects like Sabatini to beautify a city that was constantly growing.

Recommended visits during our trip

It was the aforementioned Sabatini who signed such important architectural works as the Puerta de Alcalá, Read full article

Madrid’s most spectacular libraries

By | 15 July, 2020 | 0 comments

biblioteca-senado

 

Every day, Madrid welcomes thousands of tourists, either on holiday or on day trips. This has turned it into one of the most famous cities in the world and, despite the fact that many of its corners are part of popular collective creativity, the city is much more than the Plaza Mayor and the Prado Museum. Read full article

5 neighbourhoods in Madrid to explore without a car and with a safe social distance guaranteed

By | 20 May, 2020 | 0 comments

Calles peatonales Madrid

Did you know that, since 15 May our city has pedestrianised more than 28.9 kilometres of streets so that you can walk up and down them freely?

It’s just one of the measures implemented by Madrid City Council recently in order to help guarantee social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic. On Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 08:00 to 14:00 and from 16:00 to 22:00, Read full article

See Madrid differently: Pedal the city

By | 8 January, 2020 | 0 comments

Cicloturismo en Madrid

The most typical ways to see a city usually include riding a bus or joining a troupe of tourists following a guide on foot. In today’s post we are proposing a few cycle routes that will “get you off the bus” and allow you to see the city by bike; the perfect mix of sport and culture. Read full article

The Bible: a journey through the languages of the world

By | 7 August, 2019 | 0 comments

biblia-exposicion

 

Madrid has so many cultural alternatives. One of the venues in the city most popular among tourists from all over the world is the CaixaForum. The Bible. A journey through the languages of the world is an exhibition that goes above and beyond religious issues and aims to show how the content of the bible has spread throughout the world and throughout time, Read full article

The Strawberry Train returns to Madrid for another year

By | 10 April, 2019 | 0 comments

Tren de la Fresa

 

We don’t travel by train like we used to, with the smooth chugging sound in the background which has been replaced by the high-speed train in Madrid and its surrounding areas. Those nostalgic about trains will know what we’re talking about. Fortunately, there are still many routes that allow you to experience the pleasure of travelling in a train from the olden days. Read full article

Tours to enjoy Madrid… in the rain!

By | 20 February, 2019 | 0 comments

Planes en Madrid con lluvia

 

Wasting a day in Madrid is a crime Although Madrid is blessed with more sunny days a year than any other European capital, you may find rain forecast for your stay. But don’t let the weather dampen your spirits! The Spanish capital has plenty of great things to do and see even when it’s raining. Read full article

Things to do in Madrid for the long weekend in October

By | 10 October, 2018 | 0 comments

Visitar Madrid Puente de Octubre

 

Visiting Madrid during the long weekend in October is the perfect chance to discover the ins and outs of this attractive city. Below you can find a travel plan so you can make the most of your 48 hours in the Spanish capital.

Day 1

After arriving at the hotel, head over to the Art Triangle, Read full article

The Philip II Train, a unique way to visit El Escorial

By | 15 May, 2018 | 0 comments

Tren Felipe II

If during your next trip to Madrid you were thinking of going on day trips somewhere not far from the city, a visit to the historical town of the Royal Site of San Lorenzo de El Escorial and the Loyal Town of El Escorial has to be on your itinerary.

Added to the natural wealth of one of the most stunning landscapes in the region is, Read full article

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