comscore

Things to do for Family Travelers in Madrid, Spain 

Tribes
Filter by
Tribes
Sort By
Popularity - Overall
Grid ViewList View
558 Results
filtered byFamiliesX
Clear all
  • Recommended for You
  • 1

    Parque del Buen Retiro

    105 reviews

    One of the world's great city parks. The whole family loved strolling around on a lazy Saturday, watching the performers, counting the boats on the lake, people watching. It's a treasure.

    Popular withOutdoorLocalFamilies
  • 2

    Palacio Real

    111 reviews

    Royal palace of Madrid a beautiful palace and garden. Spanish architecture and building never cease to amaze me.You don't have to enter the palace if you just want to take a photo. Just walk down the road a bit and in front of the Cathedral you'll get a good view of the palace.

    Popular withLocalHistoryFamilies
  • 3

    The Prado Museum

    115 reviews

    The Prado was my main reason for stopping in Madrid en route to Barcelona. The entire collection is magnificent, and one of my two favorite paintings in the world happens to be housed there - The Garden of Earthly Delights. The museum does not permit photography, so be stealthy with a small point and shoot (NO FLASH) if you're so ...

    Popular withDesignHistoryFamilies
  • 4

    Gran Vía

    49 reviews

    Beautiful buildings. Definitely has a European charm and feel to it walking around.

    Popular withLocalFamiliesDesign
  • 5

    Puerta del Sol

    102 reviews

    Great shopping and restaurants. In the winter they have a huge christmas tree that is beautiful at night when the lights are on.

    Popular withLocalHistoryFamilies
  • 6

    Zoo Aquarium de Madrid

    8 reviews

    The Madrid Zoo Aquarium is one of the largest zoos in the world. You can go to all 5 continents across species live here, from the tiniest insect to the largest mammal. A special section is the pandas, in fact it is the image of the park. These bears, Eastern origins have found in the zoo in Madrid a place ...

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorAdventure
  • 7

    Market of San Miguel

    82 reviews

    In the morning light this mercado is perfectly photogenic so bring your favorite camera. There's just something beautiful about neat rows of vegetables, black and white tiles shining cuts of meat. It makes an omnivore want to cook, and eat, of course. In the meantime, take a few photos.

    Popular withFoodiesLocalFamilies
  • 8

    Casa de Campo

    8 reviews

    Massive public park that was once a royal hunting refuge. The Casa de Campo contains the Madrid Zoo, and Parque de Atraciones.

    Popular withLocalFamiliesOutdoor
  • 9

    Plaza de Espaňa

    39 reviews

    Cervantes Monument, souvenirs and craft market, nice park area.

    Popular withHistoryFamiliesOutdoor
  • 10

    Teleferico

    7 reviews

    El Teleférico is an ecological and economical way to see the city. It is a transport system in the cabin for 2 cables. A journey from walk Pintor Rosales to the House, on the Manzanares River and offering you one view of the Royal Palace and the Temple of Debod as never before seen. http://www.saposyprincesas.com/actividad/madrid/aire-libre/atracciones/teleferico-de-madrid/

    Popular withOutdoorLocalFamilies
  • 11

    Plaza Mayor

    129 reviews

    This is the one of the major plazas and a great place to spend some time just watching the people. They have concerts here and there is always someone playing music around also.

    Popular withLocalHistoryFamilies
  • 12

    Estadio Santiago Bernabeu

    61 reviews

    Take the tour of the Bernabau and get a chance to see the stadium inside out. Check out the trophy hall and the museum very high tech, interactive Nd entertaining visit.

    Popular withHistoryLocalFamilies
  • 13

    Basílica de San Francisco El Grande

    8 reviews

    San Francisco El Grande is without a doubt my favorite church in Madrid - and it doesn't receive the recognition that it deserves! Just down the street from the Almudena Cathedral, the smaller church often gets overshadowed. While its exterior may pale in comparison, you will fall in love with the interior. And, the last time I went, it was ...

    Popular withDesignFamiliesLocal
  • 14

    El Rastro

    30 reviews

    Wow! This was the largest gathering of people I have ever seen in one place! Not so good if you are claustrophobic. This is the largest flea market in Europe. It is divided into sections (food,shoes,clothing). I have been twice and still haven't seen it all. You WILL lose your friends...

    Popular withLocalBudgetFamilies
  • 15

    Plaza de Cibeles

    22 reviews

    Busy area, but a great place to explore! The surrounding architecture is fantastic and the Plaza is a great photo spot.

    Popular withLocalDesignFamilies
  • 16

    Plaza de Oriente

    18 reviews

    Lovely plaza with a cool statute of Felipe IV designed by the great Velazquez and in front of the Palacio Real, Spain's attempt to create its own Versailles. The palace is obviously worth checking out, as is the nearby Teatro Real.

    Popular withOutdoorHistoryFamilies
  • 17

    Temple of Debod

    32 reviews

    A magnificent piece of Egypt in the heart of Madrid

    Popular withHistoryBudgetFamilies
  • 18

    CaixaForum Madrid

    10 reviews

    Just getting to see the outside of this museum, for the building alone is worth going.

    Popular withDesignHistoryFamilies
  • 19

    Real Madrid Club de Fútbol

    6 reviews

    The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium is a sports stadium owned by Real Madrid Club de Fútbol, and inaugurated on December 14, 1947 and its capacity is currently 85,454 spectators. The Stadium opened on December 14, 1947 in a match between Real Madrid CF Os Belenenses in Portugal and, under the name Nuevo Estadio Chamartín. The stadium has a museum facilities, restaurants ...

    Popular withLocalFamilies
  • 20

    Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza

    30 reviews

    My favorite museum in Madrid and one of the best in the world. It's hard to believe that it was once a private collection! It is organized chronologically, and it is like walking through a timeline of art with some of the worlds most accomplished artists in front of your eyes. Don't miss it!

    Popular withDesignHistoryFamilies
Pick Dates for Best Prices:Compare across Booking.com, Expedia.com, and many more
Filter attractions by Category
loading
Fetching recommendations for your next adventure ...