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    The Prado Museum

    115 reviews

    The Prado Museum is the greatest art museum, with the finest classical art collection, that I've ever had the pleasure of seeing. Viewing the greatest painting in all of human history, Valezquez's "Las Meninas" is worth the price of admission alone.

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  • 2

    El Corte Inglés

    20 reviews

    This department store is all over Spain and has anything you could ever imagine!

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  • 3

    Estadio Santiago Bernabeu

    61 reviews

    Home of Real Madrid!!! One of the most popular attractions in Madrid.It even has its own metro stop. Private tour is the only way to experience this and I would book in advance due to the popularity.

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  • 4

    Casino de Madrid

    4 reviews

    The inside of this building is fantastic 'baroque' design and worth the visit to see it. Restaurant on top is VERY chic, molecular cuisine and the exec chef has 2 Michelin stars. Also outdoor on the terrace has spectacular views. Expensive, so if you're thinking about price don't even go here. But the food and atmosphere is worth it if ...

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  • 5

    Palacio Real

    111 reviews

    Massive royal palace. I think it is the largest palace in Western Europe, which is pretty amazing considering the size of Versailles and some of the other palaces in Europe. The palace is the official residence of the Spanish monarchy, although now they mostly live in Palacio de la Zarzuela, which means you can visit the palace and see all ...

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    Calle de Alcalá

    8 reviews

    Самая длинная улица города, берущая начало с Пуэрта дель Соль. Центр деловой активности испанской столицы.

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    Barrio de Salamanca

    4 reviews

    5 stars neighborhood, best area to eat, shop and live in madrid. Modern trend constructions, nice boutiques and many good restaurants in this part of town. Make sure you visit Calle Ortega y Gasset.

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    Sorolla Museum

    3 reviews

    This small museum is off the main tourist routes, but super charming! Located in Sorolla's old house, you feel like you are no longer in the busy city center, but in a Spanish countryside mansion. If you're a fan of impressionist artwork, I'd say it's definitely worth the visit.

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  • 9

    Plaza de Espaňa

    39 reviews

    Cool place to hang out! All kinds of vendors that sell handcrafted goods . Also very close to the Temple of Debod. Great people watching while sipping a coffee!

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    Plaza Mayor

    129 reviews

    Plaza Mayor is in the heart of old Madrid. I love that there are tons of cafe's and restaurants here that allow you to witness the parade of characters passing by. Avoid eating in the area,the food is mediocre and expensive.

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  • 11

    Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía

    63 reviews

    Fantastic museum with a varied collection and lovely courtyard. Plus a very contemporary wing which host social events. Great museum store too. Prefer this museum experience over Prado.

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  • 12

    Puerta del Sol

    102 reviews

    The Puerta del Sol (Gateway to the sun) is a must see for anyone visiting Madrid. A lot of interesting history has taken place within the confines of this plaza. It was here in 1808, that Spainards rose up against the hated French, after Napoleon had conquered Spain. Many innocent Spainards were killed here by French soldiers. Goya immoratalized this ...

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  • 13

    Parque del Buen Retiro

    105 reviews

    Huge park in Madrid. There is an artificial lake with a beautiful structure at the center of the park.

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  • 14

    Market of San Miguel

    82 reviews

    If you love spanish food then you have to visit San Miguel Market. Located right off Plaza Mayor it has some of the best food sampling in all of Madrid. There is no seating. You just travel from counter to counter sampling everything from olive to Sangria and everything in between. If you are a foodie dont be discouraged by ...

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  • 15

    Gran Vía

    49 reviews

    Самая известная и, пожалуй, самая красивая улица города. Красива как днем, так и в свете ночных фонарей подсветки.

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    Monasterio de El Escorial

    13 reviews

    El Escorial is out of the city limits, so if you have limited time, you may unfortunately have to miss this sight. However, if you are going to be in Spain for a while I would highly recommend checking it out. It is an easy day trip from Madrid, and the drive to it is quite scenic. El Escorial was ...

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  • 17

    Plaza de Toros de las Ventas

    22 reviews

    Ernest Hemmingway once said, "There are only three sports: bullfighting, motor racing, and mountaineering; all the rest are merely games." If you want to experience Bullfighting at its best this is where you want to go. The goal of the best bullfighters in the world is to perform at this stage. I would highly recommend the experience and would also ...

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  • 18

    Palacio de Cristal

    32 reviews

    Originally a greenhouse, it is now used mostly to exhibit art work. It is located right on lake in the Parque del retiro. It is built almost entirely out of glass and steel, and was originally designed to be easily taken apart moved and reassembled. Though it has never been moved. It is a pretty cool looking building

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  • 19

    Plaza de Colón

    26 reviews

    Площадь Колумба, человека прославившего Испанию на многие и многие века вперед. Им здесь как и во всей Испании очень гордятся. (Хотя в прибрежных районах, конечно, эта любовь чувствуется сильнее)

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  • 20

    Temple of Debod

    32 reviews

    Difficult to find in most Madrid Guides but one of the best things I saw there! You must go around sunset it is so beautiful and underrated! Enjoy the adjoining park and all of the fabulous people watching.

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