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The uniqueness of Madrid not only lies in its art or cuisine. Being at an altitude of 2100 feet, it is one of Europe's highest capital cities gifted with amazing places of attraction to give the best leisure time in the Spanish capital city

You may start your trip in Madrid at the Puerta Del Sol which is blessed with a statue of a bear inclined against a tree. The Palacio Real is the beautiful royal palace and a very important place in Madrid. With an entrance fee, admire the noteworthy structure.

The Prado Museum, Plaza Mayor, Parque Del Buen Retiro, Gran Via, Puerta De Alcala and Estacion De Atocha are the most commendable structures in Madrid that showcase the cultural and traditional values and ethnicity of Spain.

Landing at Madrid–Barajas International Airport (MAD) from any major airport in the UK is now possible with the wide range of airlines catering to holidaymakers and business personnels. Your search becomes easy and payment is secured with our trusted travel portal. Book low cost airlines, cheap car hire and low-budget hotel deals at throw-away prices. Offers and discounts don’t last forever, so hurry up and search for your best travel deal.

Spanish food has claimed to bring heaven down and Madrid has always proved to rise above the humble claims of its local cuisine evolving as one of the riches culinary capitals of Europe. Eating is considered as an art in Madrid!

The city has revolutionized Spanish gastronomic innovation and creativity with the world's oldest restaurant and fine dining showcasing the royal eating experience down the ages. From the tapas in temples (tapas are a wide variety of appetizers, or snacks, in Spanish cuisine) to the new to-sit-down meals beneath age-old ceilings, eating in Madrid is a genuine pleasure. The most outstanding areas for Tapas are in the old town, such as Sol, La Latina, Plaza de Santa Ana Square, Cava Baja and Cava Alta, and Plaza Mayor Square.

Madrid is the best city in Spain to go shopping but you need to know where to go. At Gran Via and Sol the biggest brands have their biggest stores. The most prominent are the Inditex chains and the behemoth of garment industry is now spreading into other parts of Europe. The Principe Pio is a train and bus hub with modern shopping malls built above it. Its a perfect place where you can shop under the covered roof and avoid the rains.

Ortega y Gasset is a classy area where celebrity women go shopping, you can too. On the three-floored shopping mall Serrano, you can come across some of Europe's most expensive clothing outlets. To experience hipsters haven, visitors head to Fuencarral & Hortaleza. Much can’t be said, much is to be explored and experienced. Though many of the trendier stores rule, you can still discover some inexpensive apparels, souvenirs and other home and kitchen wares.

Madrid sizzles all year round, but the vibrancy and excitement changes with the seasons. It's colder than you might expect during winters and hotter than you think in summer. Don’t pay much heed; forget your normal timetable and follow the natural rhythm of the city and you will get the best out of everything.

The best time to visit Madrid is between late March and early June. The food joints are in full swing, the days are getting longer and evenings are warm with plenty of beach fun.

Madrid really knows how to live and please. No city on earth can be more beguiling and alive than the Spanish capital. Tourists can’t help but to fall in love and call it home. This city carries the passion of Europe's fabric of daily life. It is truly a city for art lovers, food lovers and beach lovers.

It may not be as eye-catching as Paris, or striking as Rome. Madrid has a unique charm of its own. Medieval mansions, royal palaces, architectural designs and staggering brickwork crafts Madrid to be one of the most beautiful city.


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