Madrid, Spain Travel Guide – Must-See Attractions


Madrid is the capital of Spain and its largest city. The population of the city is approximately 3.3 million and the entire population of the metropolitan area of ​​Madrid is estimated at about 6.5 million. It is the third largest city in the European Union, after London and Berlin, and its metropolitan area is the third largest in the European Union after London and Paris.
The most important places to visit in Madrid are: Museo del Prado (one of the largest museums in the world today, Prado Museum inaugurated in 1819 and houses of renowned artists like Goya and Rubens), Royal Palace (this grand palace is luxurious The official residence of the royal family), the Plaza Mayor (popular with tourists and locals, was built in the 16th century and has been home to festivities, bullfights and executions), the Reina Sofía Museum (the museum of contemporary art houses Thousands of Picasso and Miró's great works of art), Parque del Retiro (among the most beautiful parks in the world, is a favorite of the city's inhabitants, emblematic places and beautiful gardens), Rastro Market Buy whatever you want in this world-famous outdoor market), Temple of Debod (many people are surprised to know that there is an ancient Egyptian temple located right in the center of the city of Madrid), Puerta del Sol Cathedral E la Almudena (it took more than 100 years to complete its construction in 1993. The original site was occupied by the first mosque in Madrid), the Plaza de Cibeles (Madrid is known for many beautiful plazas like this. The Cibeles Fountain is an important symbol of this city) and many more.
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Madrid, Spain Travel Guide – Must-See Attractions

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  1. A city that is only great at night, other than that, Lisbon/Portugal has so much more to see during the day.

  2. Back in the eighties i was flying back home to the U K and had a 20 hour stop over at Madrid Airport. Just to kill some time i decided to go to the bogs for a hand shandy and i don't mind telling you it was quite the most fantastic wank.The whole cubicle was like a plasterer's radio.Ever since then when ever i watch Real Madrid and Ronaldo is doing his flicks and tricks it reminds me that he hasn't always been the biggest wanker in Madrid.

  3. I've been living in Madrid for 9 years now and I haven't gone to most of these places. Wow.

  4. Reina sofia museum , royal palace, debod temple egyptian, cathedral, thyssen museum, prado, cerralbo, archaeological, anthropology museums, decorative arts museum, lazaro g , sorolla museums,

  5. Ümmiye Teyzem yoksa ronaldo da yok sanatta sanatçıda yok bizi yaptırım uygulamak zorunda bırakmayın

  6. Reina sofia museum, royal palace , retiro park, puerta del sol, royal madrid soccer stadium, debod egyptian temple near royal palace, plaza mayor main square, gran via, mercado san miguel , prado museum. Add thyssen , sorolla, cerralbo, lazaro guardiano , naval, archaeological , museums as well as sabatini gardens, cathedral almudena , royal botanical gardens and so much more, teatro real opera ballet theatre and concert hall

  7. what made me fall in love with Madrid, was el retiro park and plaza Mayor, I will go back to Madrid someday

  8. Which of the museums is most worthwhile? Archaeological, naval, decorative arts, sorolla, lazaro guardino,

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