“No city on earth is more alive than Madrid, a beguiling place whose sheer energy carries a simple message: this city really knows how to live.”
Anthony Ham, Writer, Lonely Planet
Madrilenian nights live up to their reputation. La Latina has it all; from a cozy wine & tapas evening to a big night out dancing, this trendy neighborhood will never cease to amaze its visitors.
Madrid has far more green spaces than you'd expect from an urban capital. The Retiro is Madrid's version of New York's Central Park. It offers all sorts of sports, culture, activities, flower gardens, and other features that constantly attract both visitors and locals.
The Royal Palace of Madrid is the official place of residence for the Spanish royal family, but is only used for official ceremonies. In front of the palace lies the Plaza de Oriente, an immense garden area with a number of terraces close by for a late afternoon drink.
Former home of South Summit, this famous building is an arena designed for bullfighting ceremonies, an iconic Spanish tradition. The building is also used for other purposes: it hosted concerts from the Beatles, Radiohead, AC/DC, Kylie Minogue, Coldplay, and more, as well as a tennis match of the Davis Cup team led by no other than Rafael Nadal.
One of the greatest football stadiums in the world. Don't miss an opportunity to go watch the latest Champion's League winners in action.
Madrid's grand central square, a rare opening in the tightly packed streets of central Madrid, is one of the prettiest open spaces in Spain.
La Nave (Calle Cifuentes 5),