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  • 1

    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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    Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía

    63 reviews

    The Reina Sofia museum was originally a hospital that was redesigned and converted into one of the world's leading modern art museums. From the breathtaking architecture outside of the building to the beautiful glass elevators, you'll be impressed before you even step inside. Once you go through the doors you can see a huge collection of works that inspired movements, ...

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  • 3

    Plaza de Chueca

    17 reviews

    The barrio of Chueca is a trendy and bohemian neighborhood (along with its neighbor Malasaña) just north of Gran Via. Hiding in its narrow streets, you will find lots of shops and yummy restaurants. Don't forget to do some shopping on Fuencarral (the street), which is nearby.

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    Puerta del Sol

    102 reviews

    Puerta del Sol is the heart of Madrid. More similar to Piccadilly Circus than Time Square in that the buildings are older and not as tall. Puerta del Sol is packed on a summer night and it seems that the nightlife radiates away from here in every direction. Thus, it's a great meeting place.

    Popular withLocalHistoryTrendsters
  • 5

    El Rastro

    30 reviews

    The Rastro is a haven for creative couples. Grab your partner’s hand and stroll through the crowded streets surrounded by inspiration and the buzz of a Sunday morning in Madrid. Make sure to arrive early or you won’t be able to move with the crowds!

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    Plaza de Santa Ana

    27 reviews

    Young Madrid comes alive in this plaza. It has great energy and is full of cafes and bars. The focal point is the "Me" Hotel by Melia that dominates with its neon purple exterior that is so striking. Visit Plaza Santa Ana after midnight when it really comes alive.

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  • 7

    Kilometer Zero

    4 reviews

    All roads in Spain lead to Km. 0. At least 30 other countries have a Km. 0. The most famous is the Km. 0 in Rome, the Milliarium Aureum, and point of "all roads lead to Rome." Madrid's Km. 0 is in the lively Puerto del Sol, Spain's answer to NYC's Times Square. It's hippitude was secured with the film ...

    Popular withFamiliesTrendstersDesign
  • 8

    Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza

    30 reviews

    This is where you're going to recognize artists even if you aren't a connoisseur. This museum holds masterpieces by Monet, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Picasso, Lichtenstein, Renoir, Degas, Salvador Dali, and Jackson Pollack.

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  • 9

    Mercado de San Fernando

    2 reviews

    The Mercado de San Fernando is hidden away in Lavapiés and I stumbled upon it by accident one Saturday! Grab your dancing partner and head to the market on the last Sunday of every month where there are free swing classes in the morning and then the whole centre of the market is turned into a swing dance hall in ...

    Popular withLocalTrendstersBudget
  • 10

    The Prado Museum

    115 reviews

    My favorite, Las Meninas is my favorite , but many great artworks from Goya and El Greco, worth it!!

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  • 11

    Plaza de Oriente

    18 reviews

    This is the Plaza between the Royal Palace and the Opera House and very close to the Almudena Cathedral.

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  • 12

    CaixaForum Madrid

    10 reviews

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

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  • 13

    El Corte Inglés

    20 reviews

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

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  • 14

    El Corte Inglés

    5 reviews

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  • 15

    Kapital

    6 reviews

    This is a 7 story nightclub with literally something for everyone. Its loud and big so be ready for a wild night

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  • 16

    Parque del Buen Retiro

    105 reviews

    El Parque del Buen Retiro used to be part of my Sunday afternoon routine in Madrid. A Samosa brunch, browsing Las Pulgas for the hippest, slickest and coolest fashions and oddities and then El Parque del Buen Retiro for some serious rest and relaxation (if that's possible with 300 Spaniards in a drum circle high on hash). Love and something ...

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  • 17

    Plaza Mayor

    129 reviews

    Gayle was a Nanny in Madrid around 35 years ago and one of the first things she wanted to do when returning to Spain was to hang out and have a drink at the Plaza Mayor. We arrived in Madrid late on a recent Monday afternoon and of course it was way too soon for our eventual 9 PM dinner ...

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  • 18

    Gran Vía

    49 reviews

    This main boulevard through Madrid is good for some casual strolling and window shopping.

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  • 19

    Palacio Real

    111 reviews

    On my past summer trip last year to Madrid we chose a great apartment with a view everyday from my 3 story bedroom of the Palacio Real (Royal Palace) When on a run one day i found an entrance the the 6-10 acre park on the grounds of the palace open to the public. Wonderful manicured lawns and landscape with ...

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  • 20

    Palacio de Cristal

    32 reviews

    Reasons to visit: Attractive building. Art inside. Easy to keep up with group - can see them, it is a glass palace. Did make me a little nervous, afraid I would trip and tip a sculpture that would crash into a wall shattering it. Fortunately I didn't even stub a toe.

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