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Tickets for the Reina Sofía Art Center: Skip The Line

Housed in a former hospital, this modern art museum has a diverse and fascinating collection of 20th century Spanish artwork, from Picasso to Solana.
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Tickets for the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum

The name is difficult to pronounce, but don't let this stop you from approaching the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum.
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Tickets for the Royal Palace of Madrid: Quick access

See the crown room, walk the hallways like royalty, inspect the armory, and view the artwork in the galleries.
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Tickets for the Prado Museum

See masterpieces by Velázquez, Goya, Rubens, Titian, Rembrandt, El Greco, Bruegel, Van Dyck, Bosco and many other greats of universal painting!
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Visit to the Wanda Metropolitano stadium: El Atleti

Force Atleti! Follow in the footsteps of football legends on a free, full-access tour of the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.
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Tickets for Madrid tourist bus

With 37 different bus stops, and buses passing every 20 minutes at each stop, it is the perfect way to discover Madrid at your own pace.
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Bernabéu Stadium Tour: Priority Ticket

From the presidential box to the dressing rooms, get priority access to see the exclusive parts of the Bernabeu.
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Art walk: Prado, Reina Sofía and Thyssen

Save up to 25% on admission and admire the permanent collections of the three best museums in Madrid with a single pass.
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Segway tour of Madid monuments

Drive a state-of-the-art segway through the streets of Madrid and discover the cultural places of the city.
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Chocolate with churros: Guided tour at the Chocolatería San Ginés

Enjoy a culinary guided tour and try some of the best churros in town at a family-run chocolate shop. Try the donuts and a shot of strawberry liqueur.
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Guided tour by electric bike + Cable car

See the important monuments of Madrid from the comfort of an electric bike, ecological and fun!
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GoCar Madrid: guided miniature tour of Madrid

See Madrid at your own pace from the comfort of your private GoCar, with integrated GPS and audio guide.
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Flamenco Show in Café de Chinitas + drink

Let yourself be carried away by the captivating flamenco dances while enjoying a glass of wine, a sangria or a beer.
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Dinner Flamenco show at Café de Chinitas

See an authentic flamenco show with internationally renowned singers, guitarists, and dancers, all in an 18th-century palace.
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Madrid tapas tour: San Miguel and La Cebada market

Take your taste buds on a culinary adventure through two gourmet food markets and sample great tapas.
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What to do in Madrid in 3 days

A day of Museums

If you like art and history, in the center of Madrid you will find three of the best museums in all of Europe, and all just 15 minutes walk from each other. The Thyssen-Bornemisza was the largest private art collection in the world and was purchased by the Spanish government in the 1990s. The Reina Sofía houses among many other works the Guernica, the most famous work by Picasso. And all this is completed with the gigantic Prado Museum, the most famous and largest in all of Spain.

Visit the Royal Palace

Explore the largest royal palace in Europe, the official residence of the Spanish royal family. Inside it you can stroll through its elegant halls such as the Royal Armory and the Crown Room and appreciate magnificent works of art by the most established painters. In total, this palace has about 199,000 m² and 3478 rooms, almost double that of Buckingham Palace or the Palace of Versailles.

Stroll through the Retiro park

Known to Madrid as the Retiro, this gigantic urban park is a true green oasis in the middle of the metropolis. It was built in the first half of the 17th century within the landscape project developed for the Palacio del Buen Retir. Here, in addition to strolling through its gardens and green trails, you will be able to enjoy a large number of unique sculptures and buildings, including the Big Pond, the Royal Astronomical Observatory and finally the Crystal Palace, a 19th century greenhouse that is a true wonder of glass and metal.

The Temple of Debod

Did you know that among the many things you can visit in Madrid is a 2,200-year-old Egyptian temple? This archaeological relic was a gift from Egypt to Spain in 1968 in compensation for Spanish aid following the construction of the Aswan High Dam. Its construction was dedicated to Debod the Egyptian god of creation under Pharaoh Ptolemy IV Philoptor. If you want to know how to get one of the best views of Madrid, we recommend visiting the exteriors of the temple during the fall of the afternoon when the entire temple is dyed orange with the last rays of light.

Tour the markets

If you are a foodie traveler, don’t miss visiting the popular Madrid food markets. Let yourself be lost by its hundreds of stalls full of fresh food and finally, indulge in a finished plate of cooking in front of your eyes and accompany it with a glass of Riojan wine or a refreshing beer. Right next to the main square is the Mercado de San Miguel, an architectural gem from the last century where you can try endless tapas, tapas and sandwiches.

See a Flamenco show

Prepare your castanets and enjoy an authentic Spanish flamenco show in one of the renowned Madrid tablaos. When the dancers take the stage and the show begins, you will notice that the passion of flamenco flows in each note and each tap. While the audience accompanies the show with their claps. While you enjoy the show you can try some of the local delicacies like paella or refreshing sangria. ¡Olé!

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