What to see in the Salamanca district
Madrid, the buzzing capital of Spain, offers visitors a fun-filled getaway with fashionable neighbourhoods, stunning museums, beautiful parks and gardens, irresistible restaurants and unparalleled entertainment.
With a seating capacity of 24,000, the Las Ventas bullring is the third largest in the world and a striking example of Neo-Mudejar architecture.
The National Archaeological Museum in Madrid houses one of the most important collections of antiquities in the world spanning prehistory through to the nineteenth century.
The Plaza de Colón is one of Madrid’s largest public open spaces, and offers all kinds of leisure and cultural activities.
Madrid is awash with romantic places for giving your partner the perfect surprise.
Where to eat the best cocido or the finest callos? The traditional food of Madrid takes the world by storm, always with a spoon, whilst indulging in churros and chocolate or a deep-fried calamari roll