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Madrid

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Regardless of whether your trip will be a weekend getaway or stretch out over several days, you probably have questions about what to see and the prices of tourist attractions.

Highlights

The essentials The secrets of Madrid
The Puerta del Sol: Madrid’s epicentre
Places of Interest

The Puerta del Sol: Madrid’s epicentre

Some of Madrid’s most iconic sights are concentrated in the Puerta del Sol, considered to be the city’s beating heart. It’d be a crime to come to Madrid and not pay it a visit.

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Chueca: Madrid’s LGTBI district
Places of Interest

Chueca: Madrid’s LGTBI district

Cosmopolitan and modern, the Chueca district is buzzing whatever the hour. The neighbourhood is ideal for shopping, dinner or enjoying the nightlife on offer.

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Lavapiés: authentic, multicultural Madrid
Places of Interest

Lavapiés: authentic, multicultural Madrid

This district in the centre of Madrid, said to have once been the city’s Jewish quarter, is today home to over 88 different nationalities, and a unique melting pot of cultures, art, and gastronomy.

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Make the most of your trip


What to see in Madrid in 1 day

You may only have one day to see Madrid, but that is enough to see the essential sights, taste the best dishes and attend a flamenco show.

What to see in Madrid in 2 days

Have you got two days in which to see Madrid and don’t know where to start? We’ve prepared an itinerary that combines cultural and leisure options.

What to see in Madrid in 3 days

Madrid is a cosmopolitan city which you can explore in a 3-day visit. Get ready to experience great museums, streets pulsing with life, and temples of gastronomy.

Neighbourhood and districts

Madrid has a total of 7 neighbourhoods