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Museo del Prado

4.6/5650 Reviews
10:00-20:00 (Monday-Saturday), 10:00-19:00 (Sunday, holidays). 10:00-14:00 (January 6, December 24th and December 31st) It is forbidden to enter the hotel 30 minutes before the opening day. Free hours: Monday to Saturday 18:00-20:00; Sundays and holidays 17:00-19:00; May 18th World Museum Day; November 19th Prado Museum Day. It is closed on January 1st, May 1st and December 25th each year. Lock-up date: 2017-10-12, 2017-11-19, 2017-12-24, 2017-12-31, 2018-01-01 (Local time)

Museo del Prado

Plaza Mayor

4.4/5513 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)

Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía

4.4/5246 Reviews
Sun 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Mon 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM, Wed - Sat 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM (Local time)

Royal Palace

4.6/51,057 Reviews
10:00-18:00 (October - March), 10:00-20:00 (April-September) (Stop selling tickets 1 hour before closing). Christmas is closed, and official routine activities will be closed or not open in advance. Attractions will be temporarily closed due to state events, please refer to the attraction arrangement. (Local time)

The Royal Palace in Madrid is an exquisitely beautiful building. It is one of the most completely preserved royal palaces in the world. The Royal Palace, or Palacio Real, mixes Baroque architecture with Classical style, and is the largest royal palace in Europe by floor space, covering 135,000 square meters. The entire palace has more than 3,400 rooms of which about fifty are open to the public. Visitors can take a tour of the interior, where such treasures as the Stradivarius Room holding five Stradivari family made instruments are on display, as well as ceiling frescoes painted by masters like Velasquez and Bayeu.

Puerta del Sol

4.5/5548 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)

Puerta del Sol is the central square of Madrid. Surrounded by many historical buildings, it was once the Napoleonic army invaded Madrid and confronted the public. Now it is a place for major parades and gatherings for citizens and tourists. The Puerta del Sol is semi-circular and the buildings are surrounded by many buildings, many of which are the essence of Madrid's urban architecture.

Sabatini Gardens

4.3/558 Reviews

Plaza de Cibeles

4.4/5109 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)

When visiting Madrid, one place that is an unquestionable requirement see is the Plaza de Cibeles. It is an excellent square amidst the Paseo del Prado and the Calle Alcala and around it are the most unbelievable design cases of the Baroque and Art Nouveau styles. You could spend a day simply walking around these dazzling structures and afterward come to see the Cibeles Fountain. This white marble eighteenth century fountain Fuente de la Cibeles involves pride of place in the square with an imposing statue of Cibele the Roman Goddess of fruitfulness situated on a chariot pulled by two lions.

Market of San Miguel

4.6/580 Reviews
10:00–00:00 (Local time)

The Market of San Miguel gives some of the best culinary options in downtown Madrid. Fresh produce, tapas and a vibrant atmosphere can be had from morning to late evening at this popular area. Don't let the crowds stop you; this market is as authentic as the salted bacalao.

Palacio de Cristal

4.5/5113 Reviews
Historical Architecture
April-September: 10:00-22:00, October 1st - October 30th: 10:00-19:00, November - March 10:00-18:00, closing day: On December 25th, January 1st and 6th, May 1st, December 24th and 31st, 3pm will be closed. (Local time)

Palacio de Cristal Art Museum, located in Central Madrid and built in the year 1887 is an incredible structure of iron and glass. This Art Museum was originally built to display the exotic varieties of plants and animals that were brought back to Spain from Philippines. Today, the museums walls house striking contemporary art exhibitions. Spending a day with an espresso mulling over the beautiful pieces of arts that are exhibited in the museum refreshes the mind. Visitors can rent a boat to admire the birds and scenery in the adjacent artificial lake which provides the habitat for ducks, swans and geese and can see them gliding through the peaceful waters. The incredible architectural feat of the museum can be viewed from the lake by the visitors and enjoyed.

Santiago Bernabéu Stadium

4.6/5344 Reviews
Monday - Saturday 10:00-19:00; 10:30-18:30; June 15 - September 15 Monday - Saturday 10:00-19:30; December 23 and January 1 Not open to visitors (Local time)

Santiago Bernabéu Stadium is the home stadium of Real Madrid. Superstars such as Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima, Raúl González Blanco and Zinedine Zidane are have all played on all Bernabéu's famous pitch. In case visitors come to Madrid in the off-season, tours of the stadium can be arranged. You can take a moment to sit on the sidelines, in the coach's seat or on the replacement players' bench. You can walk around the display case full of trophies and even take a look at the media center and locker rooms.

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