Located in Santiago Bernabeu, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Museo Geominero and Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. Plaza Mayor and Prado Museum are also within ...
With its numerous historical sites, world-renowned art museums and delicious restaurants, Madrid is a great place to visit for travelers.
Visitors can stop at the Prado Museum with its collection from the Spanish, Italian and Flemish schools of art. It's a great spot to glimpse into the history of Western art and culture. The Las Ventas Bullring is another venue that tourists will find intriguing. Known as one of the premier bill fighting locations in the world, Las Ventas offers visitors a tour of the stables, as well as the chapel where the matadors pray before entering the ring. You can start your adventure by booking your trip at Orbitz.com.
When planning your vacation to Madrid, try to visit in May or October. Temperatures during both months average around 61 degrees Fahrenheit, making it a nice contrast to the hotter months of July and August. For those planning a trip regardless of the temperature, the month of July sees the beginning of Veranos de la Vino. A live arts and music festival, Vernaos de la Vino sees several big name musicians perform in front of huge crowds, along with a number of open air flamenco shows for those looking for a bit of local artistry. August is the quietest month in Madrid since most residents go on vacation during this time. Be sure to make your reservations on Orbitz.com for your upcoming Madrid getaway.
Located in the center of Madrid, the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts Museums is home to 13 paintings by Goya. Less popular than other museums in the area, the Fine Arts Museum was founded in the mid-18th century.
This street features buildings and architecture from the 16th and 17th centuries. Its Gothic-style look houses a number of local cafes and restaurants.
Hidden next to a department store, the Descalzas Reales Monastery is an interesting art gallery and museum filled with 16th century paintings and artifacts from the Hapsburg family.
This 100-year old building features a red façade and a beautiful smoked glass sign that houses a great spot for delicious tapas.
This café features a hidden entrance leading to a rooftop seating area that overlooks Madrid.
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