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the metropolitan Capital of spain

Madrid, the main capital of spain and the third biggest city in Europe next to London and Berlin with over 3.5 million inhabitants.

Seriously this city is beautiful, with its old historical places to visit, parks where you can spend the entire days, cheap bars with great traditional dishes and many more. I travelled to Madrid almost several times and it’s a great place to spend some days, although for living and working its very stressfull and chaotic. Discover recommended places, bars, restaurants, hotels and sightseeing I recommend to go, when you visit  or come back to Madrid one day.






the reason to travel

” Don’t listen, what others think about your dreams of travelling and exploring the world, don’t wait for somebody to travel with you. It’s your own life, your own happiness and your time to choose what you want to see in Your Life.”

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must see places

the retiro park

One biggest parks you can find in Madrid city with a size of 1.5 km2. El Retiro is a magnificent park, filled with beautiful, historical sculptures and monuments, galleries, a huge and peaceful lake and host to a variety of events. Palacio de Cristal, the beautiful glass building at the edge of the lake built in 1887, initially used as a house for exotic plants. Today you can enter for free and enjoy temporary exhibitions. Nerby Palacio de Velázquez, a pavilion from 1884. Used for temporary exhibitions, originally served as a pavilion for the national exhibition of the mining, metal, glass and ceramics industry.

santiago bernabeau

Apart that it is of the most modern football Stadiums and home ground of Madrid, the Bernabeau is also the third biggest one in the World. A must visit for football obsessed ones. This stadium was inaugurated in 1947. It has a capacity of 90 thousand spectators. You can visit the Stadium entirely throughout the whole year. The tour includes: Exhibition of Trophies, panoramic view of the stadium from the west side viewpoint and shop.

la puerta de alcalá

The symbol of Madrid, the most well-known national Monument, designed by the italian architect Francesco Sabatini in 1764. A neo-classical granite monument about 19.5 meters high, in the Plaza de la Independencia square. Just a few meters away from the main entrance to the Buen Retiro Park. The Gate was a real door, a triumphal arch to celebrate the arrival of the King Charles III in the city of Madrid.

gran via madrid

This touristic street is probably the most famous and popular one in Spain. It is dedicated street of entertainment, cinemas, theaters, musicals, night clubs and bars.  Quirky Art Nouveau and Art Deco and huge posters  fronting facades of banks, offices, appartments and cinemas. Especially in summer time this street is ment to be so overcrowded, as travellers come from all over the world to visit this famous  and modern historical street

palacio real

Not the official residence of his Majesty the King of Spain, but rather where state ceremonies, official banquets and other state functions take place. The Palace, was built on the site of the old Alcázar which was destroyed through a fire on Christmas Eve in 1734. To protect the building from any fire, its construction was vaulted in stone and brick, no wood anymore. The Palace occupies 13 hectares, has 870 windows, 240 balconies and 44 staircases.

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Get a little inspiration of Madrid in just two minutes, and see the most visited places this city is offering.
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