Experience the history of Real Madrid
Aqua fun just 20 minutes outside Madrid
Hop on and off a bus around the Spanish capital
1500 paintings from Spanish and other European artists in beautiful surroundings
Family fun at Madrid's top cartoon-themed park
An adrenaline-pumping theme park in the center of Madrid
From pandas to sharks, this zoo has many of nature's coolest creatures
Peer into the soul of the Spanish toreador
Using the iVenture Flexi PassYou can choose between the 3 and 5 attractions flexi pass and visit any of the attractions of your choice from a list of 24 attractions. Once collected...
Enter the prestigious Real Madrid stadium and discover it at your own pace Stroll through iconic sites like the tunnel to the locker rooms and the presidential box Walk around th...
Hotbed of 20th century Spanish art
The Prado, Thyssen and Reina Sofa all-in-one
Madrid, the Capital of Spain since 1561 celebrates life all throughout the year. It is only here that one would find narrow lanes, alleys and 17th century chapels border modern highways and soaring skyscrapers. Madrid with its architecture, nightlife, food, sport, flea markets arts and culture lures tourists into its borders all throughout the year. It is often referred to be Spain’s “Party Town” because of the various festivals and events that are held all around the clock. Madrid is one of the best cities in Europe for art museums. Some of the best tours in Madrid include self guided walking tour to some of the most notable museums like the Golden Triangle of Art, located along the Paseo del Prado comprising three museums. The Prado Museum is known for highlights such as Diego Velázquez's Las Meninas, Francisco de Goya's La maja vestida and La maja desnuda, Pablo Picasso’s Guernica and other mixed private collections. Some of the most prominent Spanish artwork and architecture can be seen in the various old catholic churches all throughout the city. A madrid day tour to the oldest church that survives today: San Nicolás de los Servitas is a must. The oldest item in the church is the bell tower which dates back to the 12th century. The city has venues for performing alternative art and expressive art. They are mostly located in the centre of the city.
There are also several festivals in Madrid, including the Festival of Alternative Art, the Festival of the Alternative Scene and it is a must for every traveller to be a part of one such festival. The beauty of Madrid is not just limited to the well-known Baroque landmarks. It hosts several bohemian galleries and café’s like La Ida, La Paca and Café de la, La Piola and Café Olmo which are included in madrid tour packages. The cafés have retro furniture and a colourful non-traditional atmosphere inside and act as a perfect pit stop for a tired traveller exhausted from the sightseeing. One can relish the western classical music and opera by taking a MAdrid city tour to the Auditorio Nacional de Música which is home to the Chamartín Symphony Orchestra: the national orchestra of Spain or Teatro Real which is the main opera house in Madrid. Madrid is also home to La Liga football club giants Real Madrid which was selected as the best club of 20th century and is considered to be one of the most valuable teams in the world. In conclusion, the Spanish capital has been giving travellers a reason to flock its streets and get a taste of the “Madrileno” Lifestyle.