Complutense University of Madrid (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

About Madrid, Guide and Top Tourist Attractions
(Madrid, Spain)

Madrid is the modern capital of Spain. This city rests on the country's meseta or central plain and is frequently visited by travellers every year. It has come a long way from being Magerit's Muslim seat in the 10th century. Today, it is a vibrant city bustling with tourists and students.

Madrid can easily toured on foot because most of its tourist attractions are concentrated within a few areas of the city. It has a range of inexpensive and extravagant hotels, museums, bars, and restaurants. It houses the Real Madrid Soccer Stadium that soccer fanatics can visit any time.

It has several modern shopping centres and historical structures like churches and convents. From Madrid, visitors can set out and explore the fringes of the city where quiet parks and walkways are located.

What to do in Madrid

Music lovers can check out Madrid's music festivals and nightclubs. Adventurous visitors who want to sample different cuisines can go to the city's various restaurants and bars. Those who want to immerse themselves in the city's rich history can visit old buildings, convents, and museums. The city has numerous markets, souvenir shops, and galleries where visitors can shop. Madrid also has golf ranges, equestrian tracks, swimming pools, and mountain trails for sports enthusiasts.

Tourist Attractions

Visitors in Madrid can tour different museums like the Prado Museum, Thyssen Bornemisza Museum, and the Centro de Arte Reina Sofia. A walk along the city's streets is a tour in itself because of the old building and churches located along them. Visitors can enjoy having a sunny picnic in Madrid's Real Jardin Botanico, Casa de Campo, and Parque del Oeste. For a taste of Madrid night life, they can go to the city's discotecas such as Pacha, El Sol, and Joy Esclava.

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