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Flamenco Corral de la Morería

Remember that trip to Barcelona, when those street performers had you glued to the spot with their killer moves? Imagine that same raw energy cranked up to eleven, happening right smack in the middle of Madrid's historic core. That's what hit me like a ton of bricks at El Corral de la Morería, a flamenco joint unlike any other. Forget touristy snooze-fests, this place was a full-on sensory explosion!

Plaza de Oriente Madrid

Forget Buckingham Palace guards and Eiffel Tower selfies. Plaza de Oriente throws you into the real Madrid. Imagine sunlight bouncing off its royal bling (the Royal Palace, I mean), the air buzzing with locals chatting while opera melodies sneak out of the Teatro Real. This ain't just a square, it's a living postcard where history whispers secrets and everyday life unfolds like a telenovela (minus the overacting, hopefully).

Exploring Plaza de España

Among its many treasures lies the majestic Plaza de España, a captivating square that encapsulates the essence of Madrid's rich heritage and modern allure. For foreign tourists eager to delve into the heart of Madrid, Plaza de España stands as a must-visit destination, brimming with historic significance, curious tales, and delightful experiences.

Adventure and Nature with kids

Nestled in the stunning natural surroundings of the Guadarrama mountains, Tirolinas Go Park offers a perfect blend of adrenaline-pumping activities and serene natural beauty, ensuring an unforgettable experience for you and your children.

Madrid’s Real Jardín Botánico

As you plan your itinerary, make sure to include a visit to the enchanting Real Jardín Botánico (Royal Botanical Garden) nestled within the heart of this magnificent metropolis. Full of history, with diverse flora, and offering a rich cultural experiences, the Real Jardín Botánico is a must-see destination for every nature enthusiast and culture lover.

Madrid City tours

A different way to discover Madrid by bus. Madrid City tours have several types of services, all based on buses that drive around the main monuments of the city. I will list the main services, if you need more information you will find all the details on Madrid City tours website. Tourist...

Prado Museum

Most well-known Spanish museum The Madrid Prado museum is one of the most important in the world. Is one of the richest ones in maters painters from the XVI century to XIX century. You will find the largest collections on Spanish painters as Velazquez, el Greco and Goya, but also...

Reina Sofia museum (Queen Sofia museum)

XX century and contemporary art museum The Reine Sofia museum (Queen Sogia Museum) was inaugurated on 1992. Is the 3 angle of the “Madrid art triangle”, compose by the Prado museum and the Thyssen-Bornemisza museum the all 3 are in a 10 minutes’ walk distance. On the permanent collection the most...

Thyssen-Bornemisza museum

An incredible art collection The Thyssen-Bornemisza museum of Madrid was created on 1992, from the private collection of Thyssen-Bornemisza family compiled during 70 years; the Spanish government bought the most important part of the private collections on 1993. You will find masters painters from XIV and XV centuries like, Duccio and...

Plaza Mayor of Madrid

Plaza Mayor of Madrid was at the beginning in the XVI century this square was the biggest open market

Templo de Debod (Temple of Debod)

The Templo de Debod (Temple of Debod) was originally built in Aswan, in the Upper Egypt close to the Nile falls on the 2dn century BC

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Flamenco Corral de la Morería

Remember that trip to Barcelona, when those street performers had you glued to the spot with their killer moves? Imagine that same raw energy cranked up to eleven, happening right smack in the middle of Madrid's historic core. That's what hit me like a ton of bricks at El Corral de la Morería, a flamenco joint unlike any other. Forget touristy snooze-fests, this place was a full-on sensory explosion!

Plaza de Oriente Madrid

Forget Buckingham Palace guards and Eiffel Tower selfies. Plaza de Oriente throws you into the real Madrid. Imagine sunlight bouncing off its royal bling (the Royal Palace, I mean), the air buzzing with locals chatting while opera melodies sneak out of the Teatro Real. This ain't just a square, it's a living postcard where history whispers secrets and everyday life unfolds like a telenovela (minus the overacting, hopefully).

Exploring Plaza de España

Among its many treasures lies the majestic Plaza de España, a captivating square that encapsulates the essence of Madrid's rich heritage and modern allure. For foreign tourists eager to delve into the heart of Madrid, Plaza de España stands as a must-visit destination, brimming with historic significance, curious tales, and delightful experiences.

Adventure and Nature with kids

Nestled in the stunning natural surroundings of the Guadarrama mountains, Tirolinas Go Park offers a perfect blend of adrenaline-pumping activities and serene natural beauty, ensuring an unforgettable experience for you and your children.

Madrid’s Real Jardín Botánico

As you plan your itinerary, make sure to include a visit to the enchanting Real Jardín Botánico (Royal Botanical Garden) nestled within the heart of this magnificent metropolis. Full of history, with diverse flora, and offering a rich cultural experiences, the Real Jardín Botánico is a must-see destination for every nature enthusiast and culture lover.