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Make the most of your holiday when you travel to Spain’s Madrid city. Renowned for its European art, especially by the famous Spanish masters, Madrid offers a unique glimpse into their culture with natural parks, exquisite architecture and even art galleries and museums.
You can visit the ever-popular Royal Palace of Madrid, or walk along at the Parque del Buen Retiro. This tourist destination as a long list of activities and attractions that you can pursue along with the time you need to explore them all.
Discover Madrid’s highlights aboard an open-top double-decker hop-on hop-off bus. Step aboard and watch the passing sights on both the two interconnecting routes. Admire the spectacular Royal Palace, hop off to visit the Prado museum, and see the mighty Bernabéu stadium. Choose a 1-day or 2-day ticket and hop on and off at any of the 37 stops to create your own sightseeing itinerary.
Zip through the streets of Madrid on a revolutionary Segway! Not only is it easy but loads of fun as well. You will see the Royal Palace, the Almudena, Templo de Debod and the Mayor and de Espana Plaza on this unique tour. Numbers are limited to 10 people on this small-group tour, ensuring you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide.
Take a walk around Madrid with a local guide, and see another side to this beautiful city. Walking with a local tour guide who shares insights and stories is the most eye-opening way to tour the classic sights of Madrid. This walking tour offers a complete overview of the city from the ground up. Virtually every major site in the city centre is covered, including skip-the-line entry to the Royal Palace. Numbers are limited to 12 people on the Habsburgs tour.
Visit Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid with an entrance ticket, and explore Real Madrid football club’s iconic arena at your own pace. Must-visit sites inside the stadium include the presidential box, trophy room and the tunnel to the changing rooms where players either walk victoriously or shake their heads in shame. Learn about the stadium and the club from large pitch-side video screens and exhibits in the on-site museum.
Head inside Madrid’s Las Ventas Bullring with an entrance ticket, and explore one of the world’s most famous arenas while listening to an audio-guided tour. The ticket includes access to all the key sites around the stadium, from the alleyways behind the ring to the seats where audiences cheer. Pose for photos next to the Door of Madrid (Puerte Grande), an exit reserved for victorious bullfighters, and admire the building’s different architectural styles. Then explore the Bullfighting Museum of Madrid on your own, located at the “Patio de Caballos” in an emblematic section of the building, and it includes a collection depicting the history of bullfighting in Spain.
The Prado National Museum (Museo Nacional del Prado) dates back almost 200 years has been described as a museum of painters not of paintings. The museum features largest holdings of Bosch, Titian, El Greco, Rubens, Velázquez and Goya, some numbering more than 100 works. This admission ticket gets you in to explore at your leisure during museum opening hours.