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Get to know Madrid
Spain’s capital is characterized by its rich and varied culture, with more than 160 museums, an extensive events calendar, and streets that present us with elegant buildings, ancient Arabic and medieval features that tell the city’s history. Its avant-garde buildings boast the city’s magnificence. Madrid is also known for being an important business center. Take advantage of our charming Madrid hotel selection to enjoy a unique, stimulating and entertaining vacation.
Madrid is wonderfully located, well-connected to Barcelona (a six-hour drive) and a five-hour drive from Seville. It also has bus stations, RENFE stations and the Barajas airport.
The culture that Madrid has to offer is infinite – the famous Puerta del Sol, the emblematic Cibeles, the Palacio Real, Plaza Mayor, Puerta de Alcalá, Templo de Debod, Plaza de la Villa, the Crystal Palace, the Edificio Metrópolis, the Cuatro Torres and its important museums: El Prado, El Thyssen Bornemisza, the Reina Sofía and its many architectural works of great beauty and historic importance.
Examples of Madrid’s monumental heritage can also be found in the region’s towns: El Escorial is an obligatory visit because of its impressive monastery of Herrerian style; El Real Sitio de Aranjuez; Plaza de Chinchón and the The New Castle of Manzanares el Real. Robledo de Chavela also has monuments of cultural interest such as the Iglesia de la Asunción de Nuestra Señora, the Constitutional House and the Ermita la Antigua. If you are looking for nature, you can appreciate beautiful landscapes of oak and pine forests. In the province of Madrid, you will find natural parks such as Sierra del Guadarrama, the Hayedo de Montejo with its magical colors in autumn, Dehesa de la Villa Park, Sierra del Rincón, Navacerrada and Cercedilla.
Madrid is also known for its cuisine. The cocido madrileño, which is Madrid’s typical stew, is very famous, but so are the tapas and raciones. That said, Madrid stands out for being a gastronomical melting pot. Here you can find typical dishes from all over Spain as well as from other countries, with numerous haute-cuisine restaurants with Michelin stars that coexist with fabulous lifelong eating houses. If we add our list of charming boutique hotels to all of this, your experience in Madrid will surely be unforgettable.
Do not miss out on Madrid’s boutique hotels, in the city and the rest of the province. You will find an amazing selection: gastronomic hotels, hotels with pools, hotels for adults only or for your whole family. No matter what kind of hotel you choose, you are sure to have an amazing time!