Madrid is the capital of Spain. Every year more than 6 million tourists visit this unusually beautiful city. Madrid is called a "museum under the open sky", thanks to the large number of palaces, castles, cathedral fortresses and temples of different eras. one of the first universities in Europe is located here. More than 70 museums in the city and the most famous of them are the Prado (Museo del Prado). Here is the richest collection of recognized masters of painting - such as Velazquez, Goya, Rembrandt, Titian, Botticelli, Raphael, etc. Two other famous museums - the Queen Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza form together with the Prado the "golden triangle of the arts" of Madrid.
In addition to architectural attractions and museums, Madrid is full of interesting places and entertainment. For example, recorded in the Guinness Book of Records, the world's oldest restaurant Sobrino de Botín, will immerse you in the atmosphere of ancient Spain. St. Anne Square and Huertas Street are famous for their large number of night clubs, bars and discos. The streets of Alcalá and Paseo de la Castellana are just perfect for shopping. In the club "Corral de Moreria" you can enjoy the beauty of the flamenco dance. And in the arena "Las Ventas" from March to October is the most interesting sight for residents and guests of Madrid - the traditional Spanish bullfight. Fans of football, of course, will be interested in games with the participation of the Royal Club "Real Madrid".
The outskirts of Madrid are no less interesting. It is worth visiting the birthplace of the writer Cervantes - Alcala de Henares, the village of Pedraza, which the Spaniards themselves call the "time capsule", the city of Toledo, full of sights, the palace complex of El Escorial, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List and many other interesting and amazing places.
All year round there are folk festivals, various open-air events, traditional dance performances, fairs, exhibitions and parades. Almost all the guests of Madrid for a long time remain impressed by its bright, joyful holidays and its cultural and historical heritage.
The city's public transport system in Madrid is represented by metro, bus, metro, tram and cable car. The system is very convenient and the townspeople are proud of it. You can rent a bicycle or an electric scooter. The best option for first getting to know the city is a tourist bus. It is better to take care beforehand about housing. On our website you will find several links that will help you independently organize a trip to the capital of Spain.
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