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Madrid, Spain

An open, cosmopolitan, welcoming city

Madrid is a city of endless charms

In the centenarian capital of Spain, you’ll find an open, cosmopolitan, welcoming city with artistic and architectural heritage that will surprise you in its beauty and variety. From the remains of the former Muslim city of Magerit to the cutting-edge skyscrapers that make up the skyline today, Madrid is a city full of history with its sights set on the future.

Despite being a great metropolis and the biggest city in Spain, it’s easy to get around Madrid on public transport to discover all it has to offer.

Food is another big plus in Madrid. If you want to try haute cuisine, Madrid has 22 restaurants with Michelin stars, including the 2-starred Santceloni at the Hyatt Regency Hesperia Madrid. But Madrid is also a great place to try typical Castilian and Mediterranean dishes, and to discover bars full of life and warmth, where the local meet.


  • Price coffee: €1.20
  • Public transport: €1.50
  • El Retiro
  • Puerta del Sol

Explore every corner of the magnificent capital of Spain

Madrid is an effervescent cultural hub. Music, theatre, cinema, architecture and art, all find a place to express themselves in Madrid and you’ll always find something for everyone.

In Madrid, you can also visit museums like the Prado, Reina Sofía or Thyssen-Bornemisza, all of which have great collections of national and international art.

Plus, wandering its neighbourhoods you’ll find a fusion of personalities that make Madrid a unique city full of unforgettable charm.

Discover its incredible blend of architectural styles 

Madrid’s architecture reflects its history. When Madrid was made the capital of Spain in the 16th century, a period of grand constructions kicked off, with buildings like Casa de la Villa in the Herreran, classical style preferred by the reigning dynasty of the House of Austria.

With the arrival of the House of Bourbon, Madrid also welcomed in the Baroque style in the Royal Palace and Neoclassicism in Puerta de Alcalá and Museo del Prado.

Romanticism and Historicism in the 19th century  brought about a new style in Madrid: Neo-Mudéjar.

Moving into the 20th century, we find examples of Modern and Rationalist architecture that paved the way for modern skyscrapers like the Gate of Europe towers and the Four Towers, which dominate the skyline today.

Activities in Madrid

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