Plaza de OrientePlaza de Oriente can be found in Madrid's historic centre, surrounded by two of Madrid's most important buildings; the Royal Palace and the Royal Theatre.
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Teatro RealThe Teatro Real of Madrid is one of the most emblematic monuments of the capital.
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Cerralbo MuseumHoused in a beautiful seventeenth century mansion, the Cerralbo Museum features an impressive art and historical objects collection.
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Plaza de ColónPlaza de Colón is a wide open space, dominated by an enormous monument to Christopher Columbus, constructed between 1881 and 1885.
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Sabatini GardensThe Sabatini Gardens (Jardines de Sabatini) are exquisite neoclassical-style gardens found on the northern façade of the Royal Palace in Madrid.
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Las Ventas Bullring The Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas has a capacity for over 23,000 people.
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Wanda MetropolitanoThe Wanda Metropolitano is the new and state of the art Atletico de Madrid stadium - one of the most modern in all Europe.
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Mercado de San MiguelThe historical Mercado de San Miguel (Market of San Miguel) is a charming covered food market that retains its original 20th century iron structure.
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TeleféricoThe Teleférico, the city’s cable car, is a great way to discover Madrid from above.
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Conde DuqueConstructed for use by the military, Conde Duque is an imposing Baroque building which today is one of the most important cultural centes in Madrid.
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Railway MuseumInaugurated in 1984 in the old Delicias station, the railway museum offers a trip through time, showing visitors the history of train travel in Madrid.
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Barajas AirportMadrid Barajas International Airport, also known as Adolfo Suárez Airport, is the fifth busiest airport in Europe and Madrid's main airport.
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Atocha Train StationAtocha railway station is the largest train station in Madrid.
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Chamartin Train StationChamartin railway station is the second largest train station in Madrid, after Atocha.
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Puerta del SolThe Puerta del Sol is Madrid’s most renowned square.
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Plaza MayorThe Plaza Mayor is located in the heart of Madrid, very near the Puerta del Sol.
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Gran VíaGran Vía is the most famous street in Madrid.
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Plaza de CibelesThe Plaza de Cibeles is Madrid’s most famous square.
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Plaza CallaoCallao is one of the main meeting points in Madrid, anf one of the livliest squares in the city.
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Plaza EspañaLocated between the Gran Vía and Calle Princesa, the Plaza de España is one of the most popular squares in Madrid for both tourists and locals.
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Cuatro TorresThe Cuatro Torres (Four Towers) are the symbol of the most modern part of Madrid and its business district.
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Plaza de Santa AnaThe central Plaza de Santa Ana is one of the best places in the city to stop for a drink, or enjoy its architecture lit up by night.
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Puerta de AlcaláThe Puerta de Alcalá is one of the most representative monuments in Madrid, located at Plaza de la Independencia near el Retiro.
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Neptune FountainThe Neptune Fountain is one of the most beautiful white marble neo-classical fountains in Madrid.
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Royal PalaceThe Royal Palace is the Royal Family’s official residence.
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Temple of DebodThe Temple of Debod is one of Madrid’s most beautiful hidden treasures.
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Círculo de Bellas ArtesThe Círculo de Bellas Artes is a cultural organization in a striking building with an impressive and trendy rooftop with spectacular views of Madrid.
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Royal Palace of El PardoEl Pardo Royal Palace is situated in the district of Fuencarral – EL Pardo.
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Santiago BernabéuThe Bernabeu Stadium is the home of Real Madrid Football Club, one of football's most successful teams, and one of the most visited sights in Madrid.
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Chamberi StationChamberi station was inagurated in 1919 as part of the first line on the Madrid metro.
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Prado MuseumThe Prado Museum is the most important art museum in Madrid and one of the world’s most visited museums with works by Goya, Velazquez and more.
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Reina Sofia MuseumThe Reina Sofia Museum is one of the most visited museums in Madrid.
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Thyssen-Bornemisza MuseumThe Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, also known as the Thyssen Museum, is one of the most visited museums in Madrid.
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National Archaeological MuseumThe National Archaeological Museum in Madrid is the most important archaeological museum in Spain.
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Wax MuseumThe Madrid Wax Museum has over 450 wax figures representing politicians, celebrities and sports legends.
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Naval MuseumThe Naval Museum (Museo Naval) shows the history of the Spanish navy and contains paintings, coin collections, boats and weapons.
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Madrid History MuesumThe muesum of the history of Madrid has an excellent collection, demonstrating the evolution of the city.
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Museum of RomanticismSituated in a neo-classical palace, the Museum of Romanticism recreates the city life of the gentry of Madrid during the Romantic period.
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Sorolla MuseumThe Sorolla Museum is a well preserved house with an impressive private collection of art; little known, but well worth visiting.
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Almudena CathedralThe cathedral of Madrid, Almudena Cathedral, was consecrated by Pope John Paul II in 1993 when it was completed.
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Retiro ParkEl Retiro Park is Madrid’s most renowned park, with a large lake, musicians, puppet shows, fortune tellers and spaces with exhibitions.
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Capricho ParkCommissioned by the Duchess of Osuna, Capricho Park is one of the most charming green-spaces in Madrid and it is never very crowded.
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Royal Botanic GardenThe Royal Botanic Garden in Madrid houses over 5,000 different types of flowers, and is one of the capital’s most enjoyable green lungs.
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Casa de CampoCasa de Campo is Madrid's main green lung.
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Parque OesteParque del Oeste is a 100 hectare green space in the North of Madrid.
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Madrid RíoMadrid Río is a major urban park on the banks of the Manzanares, ideal for leisure, sport and relaxing.
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El RastroEl Rastro is Madrid’s most famous flea market located in the city center, in La Latina.
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Parque de AtraccionesThe Parque de Atracciones is a large Amusement Park in Madrid’s Casa de Campo.
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Parque WarnerThe Parque Warner Madrid is one of the most famous theme parks in Spain.
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AquopolisAquopolis is the best way to get out of the Madrid heat and have fun with family and friends.
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Zoo AquariumThe Madrid Zoo Aquarium is one of the oldest zoos in Spain.
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FauniaFaunia is a zoo and botanical garden in Madrid.
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Safari MadridSafari Madrid is a theme park where you can see wild animals in large open spaces from your car.
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Cibeles PalaceThe Cibeles palace is one of Madrid's most iconic buildings.
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