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These scores tell you how well-liked a place is in each Tribe. Gogobot Tribes are groups who share a certain travel style, like Family Travelers or History Buffs.
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- 98%Local Culture
- 74%History Buffs
- 71%Luxury Travelers
- 66%Art & Design Lovers
- 65%Nightlife Lovers
- 64%Family Travelers
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- MadridMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness TravelersAug 19, 2012
Столица Испании. Must see! Для ознакомления с городом очень удобен двухдневный автобусный тур. Билет действителен в течение 2 дней, и предоставляет скидки на входные билеты во многие музеи города.
- MadridAug 05, 2012
Museo del Prado, Tysen-Bornemisza, Reina Sofia, Teatro Real, Palacio Real, Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, Parque del Retiro... Just walking quietly by the city, in the Austrias, Salamanca or the classical districts, you will meet a splendid experience, plenty of Culture, Romance, Art and Beatnik.
- MadridAug 03, 2012
If you're one who's been to Madrid you know it's amazing. If you've always wanted to go I hope it's in your top 10. Of course any number of people who have traveled to this city can talk about the food, art, night life and culture. But, the most moving experience for me was to stand in the presence of Pablo Piccaso's masterpiece "Guernica". Commissioned in response to the bombing of the town of Guernica in the Basque region of Spain the solemnity of this work struck me and opened my eyes to the power that art has over the world.
- MadridJul 27, 2012
When it comes to Spain, it seems the whole world is madly in love with Barcelona. Personally, I prefer Madrid for a myriad of reasons. Not only is the food succulent, but the culture is beautiful. Spaniards are extremely friendly and know how to enjoy life. You quickly develop a sense of belonging to this wonderful city.
- MadridMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesJul 05, 2012
Madrid is beautiful. However, I prefer Barcelona, which I think is more lively and friendly. With that said though, Madrid is still a great place to see with many historic sites and buildings, places to shop, and a beautiful park. Not as many people speak English here as they do in Barcelona, but there are still a good amount that do. This city seems slower and more relaxing, especially in the daytime. At night, though, the city becomes alive!
- MadridJul 05, 2012
Lived there for 5 years, and would go back in a heart beat! Great food, plenty to do, and the most family friendly city I have been/lived in! It is such a melting pot, with influences from all over Europe, plus Moorish influence after 800 years of occupation, and the food, people and culture reflect this!