Top 10 Madrid visits Centre
We bring you the Top 10 of the best places in the Centre of Madrid, If you come to the capital you cannot escape you visit none of them. Madrid, the capital, the central symbol of Spain represents international awareness to the various Nations, and now the big question is what we can find in Madrid? It is more than a football team, It is more than a city with monuments, It is a paradise described in each street, in each museum, in each bar, in every sunset and sunrise. The M-30, the highway surrounding the city to let nothing escape to its splendour, next to la Castellana, the great street that divides the city in two, next to the Gran Vía scenario for multiple films, make Madrid a place of great cultural attraction.
Puerta del Sol: One of the most important squares in Madrid. You can see the bear and strawberry tree, It also represents the coat of arms of Madrid. Also you will find the Puerta del Sol in the kilometer zero. In this square gather several streets oldest and busiest in Madrid such as the main street, Alcalá, Arenal or Preciados.
El Retiro: With more than 15.000 trees and more than 400 years, the Retiro Park is the lung of the capital. A unique place to spend an afternoon in the family that you can not miss. One of the activities that you can not miss is a boat trip by his famous pond.
Puerta de Alcalá: This structure designed by Sabatini in 1778 and built during the reign of Carlos III it is located next to the parque del Retiro. You put that name since it was the gateway to the city and the road leading to Alcalá de Henares.
Palacio Real:Official residence of the Spanish Royal family until Alfonso XIII, currently the Kings do not reside in the. It is the largest Royal Palace in Western Europe. Every Wednesday (However in July, August and September) You can see in the Royal Palace, the changing of the Royal Guard.
Templo de Debod: A place that can not miss on your visit to Madrid. It was a gift from Egypt by the collaboration to save the Nubian temples. The entrance is completely free.
El Rastro: A historic to that held in Madrid every Sunday and festive flea market, in the popular district of la Latina, with the plaza de Cascorro as the meeting point for thousands of locals and tourists. In this market you will find from handicrafts to kitchen items. As for a well-deserved rest after the market should make a visit to one of the bars or pubs in the area and take some potatoes with salsa brava.
Estadio Santiago Bernabéu: In the heart of Madrid, in the middle of la Castellana, you will find the great deeds of Spanish soccer stadium. The stadium of Real Madrid which was inaugurated in 1947 and currently has ability to 81.044 spectators. For soccer lovers, You can make the Tour Bernabéu, It covers the ins and outs of the stadium, through the locker room and the bench where gods of world football have sat.
Plaza de toros de Las Ventas: This place was opened in 1931 and since then they have not stopped to cum, with a capacity for 23.798 people. It is possible to take a Guided Tour and know in detail each of the parts of the plaza.
Paseo del Arte: In just a few kilometers you can find 3 the best and most complete museums of art in the world. The Museo del Prado, the Reina Sofia and the Thyssen-Bornemisza.
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