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The best of nature, world heritage sites, 24 hours parties and the finest art awaits you in vibrant Madrid. Summer breaks, spring flings or fun family vacations are a roaring success any time of the year in this evergreen city. Plan your all-inclusive holiday to Madrid with Travel Center and enjoy super savings. The third largest European city located in the Iberian Peninsula Madrid is a holiday haven! Art lover’s paradise Paseo del Prado offers three of the world’s grandest museums <ul class="content-li"> <li>ReinaSofiaNational Museum home to Picasso’s Guernica</li> <li>Thyssen Bornemiza Museum</li> <li>Prado Museum-displaying Goya and Velazquez.</li> </ul> Visit the six World Heritage Sites. Palaces of Spanish royalty display fabulous gardens and magnificent art while medieval sites are another must-see. Shopaholics indulge! Madrid boasts the finest shopping opportunity from bargains to designer wear-it’s all out there. Excellent cuisine awaits discerning taste-buds enjoy, fresh new flavours, exotic dishes and delicious tapas at cafes and star-class restaurants. The ‘city that never sleeps’ offers a variety of fun, the sophisticated night-clubs areideal for a glamorous night out while world-class theatrical performances are unforgettable treats. Party animals enjoy the unlimited entertainment and 24/7 parties. Our all-inclusive holiday packages to Madrid include cheap flights, affordable accommodation and flexible booking options. Planning a holiday to Madrid with Travel Center is a pleasure. Enjoy the delights of Madrid!


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Time Zone

UTC/GMT +1:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, EasyJet, Norwegian, Iberia, Ryanair



Best Time to Travel

May to October

Modes of Transport

Bus, Train, Metro, Taxi

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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Museo Reina Sofia

This art museum was inaugurated in 1992 by Queen Sophia and was originally built as an hospital. With the addition of a structure designed by a French architect Jean Nouvel, it was expanded in 2005. The exhibits include a wide variety of artworks by Spanish artists including Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali. One of the museum’s best showpieces is a Picasso masterpiece known as El Guernica.

Mercado De San Miguel

This popular shopping destination is famous for its local food and delicacies that you can get here. It’s most attractive feature is the cast-iron architecture including glass walls. The goods sold here range from salted fish, oysters, fresh pasta and cakes. It is an extremely popular place for tourists and locals alike to gather together at night and enjoy drinks and appetizers especially on the weekends when the market stays open until 2 am. It also hosts concerts, cooking classes and private parties.

Temple of Debod

Located in Parque Del Oeste, this is one of the most unusual sights here. This temple which is dedicated to the Egyptian goddess Isis once stood on the banks of the Nile. Spain stepped in to assist Egypt during the construction of the Great Dam of Aswan to move many of the country’s historical monuments elsewhere and as a show of gratitude for this in 1968 Egypt gave the Temple of Debod to Spain. The building is four thousand years old and has bas-reliefs of gods Ammon and Isis.

Plaza De Cibeles

This stands as one of the most beautiful plazas in Madrid and is surrounded by multiple buildings that have been built in the Neo-classical style. In the center of this plaza the Fuente De La Cibeles can be found, which is a statue that is considered to be a symbol of the city and depicts the Roman goddess Cybele on a chariot that is being drawn by lions. It served as a source of water for nearby houses and was sculpted in 1780 by Francisco Gutierrez and Roberto Michel from purple marble.

Puerta Del Sol

Known as ‘Gate of the Sun’ in English, this crossroads is located in the center of Madrid. Thousands gather here every year on the 31st of December to ring in the New Year. It has recently been improved limiting traffic through the area making it perfect for a stroll to admire the surrounding architectural wonders which include the Casa De Correos, the governmental headquarters and Kilometer Zero, the place where the measuring of the national highway system begins.

Gran Via

More commonly known as the Broadway of Madrid, the Gran Via goes through Central Madrid and is an integral part of the capital. Completed in 1910, it is a recent addition to the city. The Gran Via has shops, restaurants and businesses. Once the tallest building in Europe when it was completed in 1929, the Telefonica Building is also located here. Its Baroque American style clock is a local landmark.

Retiro Park

This 350 acre park has gardens, fountains and building and is located at the edge of the city center. First used as a monastery in the 1500’s, later on it became a royal park when Phillip II brought his court to Madrid in 1561. The park has been open to the public since 1868. It is a very popular place for both locals and tourists and its large artificial pond offers kayaking and canoeing opportunities. Also found here is the monument to Alfonso XII and the Paseo De La Argentina.

Prado Museum

This museum is Madrid’s most popular tourist destinations. The structure was built in the 18th century by Juan De Villanueva and exhibits some of the best art from the world over. The over 7,000 works of art that can be viewed here range from the 12th century to early 19th century. The museum is so large that you cannot view all the art in one visit. The collection of Spanish art here from artists such as Goya, El Greco, Da Ribera and Velazquez is considered the best in the world.

Plaza Mayor

The most famous of all the Plaza Mayor was built in 1619 and was used for bullfights. Many heretics who were accused were killed here during the Spanish Inquisition. Along three sides of the square cobblestone plaza are three story apartments that were built in the 18th century. The apartments are decorated with frescoes, balconies with wrought iron railings and elegant slate spires. In the center of the square is a statue of Philip III on horseback.

Palacio Real

The most noticeable feature of the Palacio Real is its large size. The Royal Palace of Madrid has 2,500 beautifully decorated rooms and was built in 1764. Starting with Carlos III, the palace has been home to many royals, the last of whom were Alfonso XIII and Victoria Eugenie in the beginning of the 1900’s. It is still used today for official ceremonies while 50 of the rooms have been opened to the public including the armory, pharmacy and the throne room.