Once you set foot into this beguiling place, you’ll uncover the enticing solace energy that fills the streets of Madrid. This enchanting city holds the aesthetic and atmospheric power to inspire every traveller that enters.

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This Spanish capital is an energising, dynamic city filled with world-class museums, monumental architecture, humble cuisine and a spectacular nightlife — some may say this is one of the purest artistic cities in Europe. Centuries ago, Spanish royals would shower the finest artists with praise and riches due to their indigenous talent. Masterpieces by iconic Spanish painters including Picasso, Dalí and Miró now embellish the walls of Madrid’s world-class galleries.

Aside from its magnificent artistic hub, the local cuisine has allowed Madrid to emerge into one of the most affluent culinary capitals in Europe. This city has not only deeply embraced the artistry and innovation of the Spanish gastronomical revolution, but also showcases the authentic traditions of Spanish cooking. Be prepared to indulge on magical culinary creations; from sit down meals on street plazas to tapas beneath centuries-old vaulted ceilings.

Madrid is all about spontaneity. If you’re looking to behave like a true Madrileño, ditch the agenda, let loose, don’t make any set plans and let this magnificent city take you on a grandiose adventure.

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Centro de Arte Reina Sofía
Home to Picasso’s Guernica, arguably Spain’s most famous artwork, the Centro de Arte Reina Sofía is Madrid’s premier collection of contemporary art. With art from Salvador Dalí to Joan Miró, surround yourself with art from the 20th century up to the 1980s.
Museo Nacional del Prado
Home to more than 7000 paintings, Museo del Prado is one of the world's premier art galleries. This magnificent neo-classical building was built in 1785 and is Madrid's best-known attraction – displaying everything to the royal art collection.
Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum
The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum truly has one of the most extraordinary private collections of predominantly European art in the world. With an inspiring environment of history, the Thyssen is the place to immerse yourself in an incredible breadth of artistic styles.
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Plaza Mayor
Designed in 1619 by Juan Gómez de Mora, Plaza Mayor is Madrid's gran central square, one of the most beautiful open spaces in Spain – away from the tightly packed streets of the neighbouring surroundings. Having seen so much history, the grandeur of the plaza is completely inspiring.
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Mercado de San Miguel
Mercado de San Miguel is one of Madrid’s oldest and most beautiful markets. Formed of early-20th-century glass walls, discover a large collection of outstanding stalls and indulge in the tasty delicacies that surround you. Anything from chocolate to caviar, Mercado de San Miguel has it all!
Basilica of San Francisco el Grande, Madrid
This imposing baroque basilica is one of Madrid’s grandest old churches. Legend has it that St Francis of Assisi built a chapel on this site in 1217. Be inspired by its extravagantly frescoed dome with a height of 56m and diameter of 33m – the fourth largest in the world!

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