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Tours to Madrid

Madrid, is Spain’s truly magnificent and dynamic capital city, with plenty of things to do and lots of places to see and enjoy. It offers a variety of cultural activities and the Plaza Mayor, a grand arcaded square in the centre of the Old Town, with its ring of traditional shops and cafes is a great place to start. 

Once you have fully explored this area, why not take a stroll down the lovely boulevard of Paseo del Prado, which leads to the beautiful Royal Palace and 3 of Madrid’s most popular art museums: the famous Prado Museum, the Thyssen and the Reina Sofia? Our escorted tours to Madrid give you the chance to not only see the sights but to enjoy its lively nightlife, restaurants, bars and theatres.

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Things to do in Madrid

The capital in the heart of Spain is one of the most popular destinations and offers a vast variety of cultural attractions. Its long history, tradition-rich design and cultural heritage have made Madrid an influential city in sectors of arts and music. The bustling, lively streets offer a widespread nightlife in many bars, restaurants and theatres in the city.

Retiro Park
Beautiful and peaceful park right in the centre of Madrid. You will be impressed by the size of this great park, with numerous monuments, fountains, botanic gardens and a small boating lake right in the middle.

Museo Nacional Del Prado
The Prado Museum is located in the heart of the city, this museum displays one of the world's finest collects of European art from the 12th century through the early 20th century, including Picasso's famous Guernica.

Royal Palace of Madrid
The richly decorated palace is the residence of the Royal Family. The pretentious building is framed by large areas of parks and water gardens.

Plaza Mayor
Built during the Habsburg period this beautiful, detail-rich square has over all these years been the venue for bullfights, markets and soccer games. The great atmosphere of this beautiful historical place with plenty of bars and street artists always attracts a lot of tourists.

National Archaeological Museum
Sharing the neoclassical building with the National Library, this museum is not to be missed. Well laid across several floors with stunning lighting and displays this is truly one of the top archaeological museums that house artifacts from prehistoric Spanish times to the 19th century.

Temple of Debod
This well-preserved Temple was built in 200 BC in Egypt, who donated the Temple to Spain in 1968.

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