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Hispano-Argentino Gran Via

28013 Madrid, 1., Gran Via, 15 - six floor

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Petit Palace Avenida

28013 Madrid, 1., Mesoneros Romanos,14

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Petit Palace Italia - Gran Via

28004 Madrid, 1., C/ Gonzalo Jimenez de Quesada, 2 (Esquina Gran Via 32)

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Places to see in Madrid
  Places to see in Madrid, things to do in Madrid Spain

1.  Royal Palace Madrid

The Royal Palace is one of the top tourist attractions in Madrid. It is the official residence for the Royal family, but these days they only use it for state ceremonies. The rest of the time it’s open to the public.The present day Royal Palace of Madrid was decorated to the tastes of Charles III, and is extremely lavish inside. Visitors can wander through many of the rooms and banqueting.

 

 

 

2.  The Prado

Madrid's world-famous attraction is the 213-year-old Prado Museum, one of the world's greatest art galleries, with more than 7,000 paintings that include masterpieces by Fra Angelico, Botticelli, El Bosco, Titian, Rembrandt and Velazquez. The museum began as a Royal collection, which succeeding dynasties have added to. The collection naturally focuses on the Spanish masters, particularly Goya.

 

 

3. Plaza Mayor

Madrid’s famous central arcaded square dates from 1619; it was built by Philip III whose statue still stands in the centre of the cobbled expanse. In medieval times the Plaza de Arrabal, as it was then known, was the venue for numerous public spectacles, ranging from knights' tournaments and festivals to the burning of heretics at the stake. Today it remains a public gathering place, but the majority of people who congregate in the sidewalk cafes to sip sangria on summer nights are tourists, enjoying impromptu music performances and watching the passing parade.

 

 

4. Parque del Buen Retiro (Retiro Park)

The 350-acre park, which dates from the 16th century, once housed a palace and its royal grounds.  The buildings were destroyed during the Peninsular War (early 19th century) that occurred as part of the hostilities during the Napoleonic Wars.Today, the park is an integral part of the lives of Madrileños.  The grounds are attractive, peppered with many statues and a large lake where you can rent rowboats.  The Crystal Palace (Palacio di Cristal), one of the exhibition halls for the Reina Sofia Museum, is located here and deserves a quick look.

 

 

5. La Gran Vía, Madrid

The Gran Vía, together with the Paseo de la Castellano, is Madrid's most famous street, mentioned in zarzuelas (Spanish operettas) and books and shown many times in films.It starts at the Plaza de Alcalá square and leads across the city to the expansive Plaza de España. Along this Great Way, as its name translates, there are hundreds of businesses - shops, stores, hotels, banks, restaurants, bars, cinemas and theatres - making this perhaps one of the most important commercial districts in the city.

 

 

6. Catedral de Santa María la Real de la Almudena

The principle church of the Diocese of Madrid, the Catedral de Santa María la Real de la Almudena, is a relatively modern building, started in 1883 and not completed until 1993. Remarkable as it may seem, the delay until such recent times in the building of a cathedral in the capital can largely be attributed to the fact that Madrid was part of the Archdiocese of Toledo, which was reluctant to relinquish it.

 

 

7. La Plaza de Cibeles

The monumental Cibeles Fountain has become a Madrid icon. Located in the heart of the city. It shows Cybele, the Greek goddess of fertility and nature holding a sceptre and a key while being pulled by two lions on a chariot. The pull of the wild lions symbolize the power of nature or of the goddess. The Spanish football (soccer) team Real Madrid has unofficially adopted the fountain. It is used as a meeting point for its fans and often for the players themselves whenever the team wins the Spanish league or Spanish Cup.

 

 

8. Puerta de Alcalá

Puerta de Alcalá stands at Plaza de la Independencia in Madrid. The original Puerta de Alcalá, which stood nearby, was built in 1599 as a welcome gesture to doña Margarita de Austria, who was the wife of King Felipe III. When Carlos III came to the throne of Spain one and a half centuries later, he entered Madrid in great style on December 9th, 1759. He was not at all pleased with this city gate, thinking it quite unsuitable for an important royal appearance. In 1764 the original Puerta de Alcalá was demolished and work started on the grand new gate. The new Puerta de Alcalá was completed in 1769 and its official inauguration took place in 1778.

 

 

9. El Rastro - Street: Ribera de Curtidores and adjacent streets

El Rastro is an enormous outdoor market and is one of the most popular tourist attractions. There are market stalls stocking excellent value items, and you can hunt for everything from clothes and accessories to CD’s and kitchen equipment. It gets very busy, so you have to be prepared to go with the slow-moving flow of people, but it is full of colour and makes for an interesting mornings shopping.

 

 

 

10. Santiago Bernabéu Stadium

El Estádio de Santiago Bernabéu is Real Madrid's home ground. It is a UEFA-classified Elite Stadium, awarded the top 5-star status in 2007. Santiago Bernabéu Stadium and Spain's premier football team, Real Madrid, are closely associated. Some truly memorable football has been played within the walls of Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, and no doubt many more hours of memorable football has yet to be played there too.

 

 

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