The best way to feel the reality of Spain and the gateway to a great European capital. A city that offers history, modernity, excellent gastronomy and an exclusive artistic-cultural offer.
A trip back in time to the imperial capital
Theaters, Museums, Music and Cultural Centers
Capital of gastronomic Culture
Christians, Jews and Muslims have lived together throughout history in the capital of Spain. The visitor will be able to enjoy an authentic trip to the past walking through the Arab wall, the Plaza Mayor, the Puerta del Sol, the Plaza de la Cibeles, the Royal Palace, the Almudena Cathedral and the Escorial Monastery.
Madrid offers its visitors a wide and diverse artistic and cultural offer. Exhibitions, museums, concerts, theater and dance, musicals, flamenco and bullfights propose a variety of shows available to all tastes and preferences.
You have a world to discover in Madrid. If you like museums you can visit the Prado, the Thyssen, the Reina Sofía Art Center, the Sorolla and the National Archaeological Museum; the exhibitions, at the Círculo de Bellas Artes and the Caixa Forum; flamenco dance, in Cardamomo and Torres Bermejas.
Madrid has taken the witness of Miami as the Ibero-American Capital of Gastronomic Culture. You will find centenary restaurants with Michelin stars, as well as the emblematic La Cocina de San Antón. One of the first restaurants in Spain to receive the Safe Tourism Certified seal from the ICTE.
And let’s not forget the classic “tapas” and “pinchos” available around all the city, which delight the best palates next to Ponzano, the fashionable gastronomic street in Madrid.
In addition, Madrid is the perfect starting point to visit other important enclaves in the area such as Alcalá de Henares, Aranjuez, Toledo, Segovia, Ávila or Cuenca, all of which have been declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco.