The pass comes with a small tourist guide with information on Madrid’s main landmarks and museums, as well as a map of the city to help visitors get to each attraction. The pass will also help visitors save time thanks to the priority access included in the Pass.
These are just some of the top attractions and museums where visitors can enter for free included in this tourist pass:
- Prado Museum
- Royal Palace of Madrid
- Reina Sofía National Art Museum
- Palacio Real del Pardo
- Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum
- Royal Botanical Gardens
- Temple of Debod
- Plaza de Toros de las Ventas
- La Almudena Cathedral Museum
- Wax Museum
The pass also offers discounts for numerous activities, restaurants, bars and nightclubs, as well as including free entrance to the city’s most important landmarks and museums.
Visitors can purchase different designated time passes depending on their needs and how long they’re staying in Madrid for. These are the various passes available and their prices:
|Type of Madrid Card||Adults||Children (6-12 years old)|
|Madrid Card 24-hour||€ 47 (US$ 56.60)||€ 34 (US$ 41)|
|Madrid Card 48 hours||€ 60 (US$ 72.30)||€ 42 (US$ 50.60)|
|Madrid Card 72 hours||€ 67 (US$ 80.80)||€ 44 (US$ 53)|
|Madrid Card 120 hours||€ 77 (US$ 92.80)||€ 47 (US$ 56.60)|
The card is activated as soon as it is first used.
Is it worth buying the Madrid Card?
In our opinion, the Madrid tourist pass is worthwhile for most tourists visiting Spain’s capital. It includes free entry to the city’s main attractions and in most cases, will help visitors save money.
Where to buy the Madrid Card?
The Madrid tourist pass is available online or in our Civitatis Tours & Tickets shop, located in Calle Montera 32, between Puerta del Sol and Gran Vía or Calle Coloreros 2