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Madrid, a city that still smells of middle age, romanticism, considered by many as the world capital of the Middle Ages, nestled in the Iberian Peninsula of the kingdom of Castile, in which we can still feel the presence of Knights, Kings, Princesses and Princes, maidens, fairies, godmothers, and even swordsmen, who have lived and seen through the big screen on many occasions.
In the Spanish capital, magic revolves around the classic and modern with an incredible mix of past, present and future that will make you feel many emotions making your trip a real pleasure.
In the Heart of Madrid
To visit Madrid is to get to the very heart of this wonderful city. The Plaza Mayor, a national symbol of Spanishness, the origin of the world-famous Madrid, a unique and incomparable historic centre, this memorable Plaza offers you a very spacious atmosphere to walk around, taste coffee, sweets, meals and contemplate the most important icons of Greater Madrid. This site is the most important centre, as it hosts the majority of national festivities and celebrations, public holidays, sports celebrations, coronations and beatifications. You can also admire the Casa de la Panadería (Bakery House) built in 1590, full of history and tradition, today it is the headquarters of the Madrid Tourism Centre.
One of the most outstanding mythological figures in this square is the Goddess of Cibeles, represented by two lions, sculpted pulling a cart. The lions symbolize the mythical Hipomenes and Atalanta, a place preferred by many national teams of football, basketball and other sports, which has also become an icon of the fans of the Real Madrid Football Club, who have taken this magical source for their lavish celebrations that we can follow and appreciate with great interest by the TV signals that come to us from Madrid. Motivated by multiple fires suffered in the past, the physiognomy of the Plaza Mayor has changed over the years, seeing in the need to rebuild the affected areas why in one of its corners had to raise nine access arches, where there is one very well known and visited, as is the Arch of the Knives, where the suppliers of knives for butchers who provided meat to the city of Madrid and its surroundings.
The statue of Philip II
Another of the works that you can see in this square is the equestrian statue of Philip II the most important work in the center of Madrid, initially was in the Casa de Campo de la Reina Isabel II who commanded it to place in the Plaza Mayor, as an undeniable icon of the city of Madrid.
What you can't miss in Madrid
The city of Madrid stands out in the world for being one of the cities with greater presence in the arts and culture, only in Madrid there are more than 60 museums, among which stand out, three museums, very close among them, best known as the great art walk which are the Thyssen Bornemisza, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia and the Museo del Prado; the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum, which houses in its large halls a collection of more than 800 works that will overwhelm you with all the splendour and beauty of an art history that shows us very primitive paintings as well as even the most sophisticated contemporary avant-garde movements. The Reina Sofía National Art Centre, exclusive to contemporary Spanish art, where you will be able to appreciate works by great exponents such as Picasso, Miró and Salvador Dalí. The Prado Museum is for experts the largest art gallery known in the world, containing the most important and complete collection of the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the best Italian schools, Flemish and Spanish. Highlighting artists such as El Bosco, Rubens, Goya, Velázquez, Botticelli, Titian, Raphael, El Greco among the best of the art world.
Madrid today : Football
Other experiences that you will never forget during your stay in Madrid and that you can not really miss is the famous World Football scene considered as the sanctuary of Real Madrid FC, the emblematic and mythical stadium Santiago Bernabéu, considered by football experts as one of the most important and fantastic scenarios that many dream of visiting.
Real Madrid along with Atlético de Madrid and Rayo Vallecano, is one of the three great teams of the Spanish capital. Real Madrid opens its doors 363 days a year so that thousands of tourists, football fans or not, can visit this magical scenery full of many stories and nights of glory and defeats. This spectacular facility is one of the most visited attractions in Spain.
The Bernabéu was inaugurated in 1947 and today has 81,044 seats of which 245 VIP boxes, in addition to offering four restaurants; La Esquina, Puerta 57, Real Café Bernabéu and Zen Market.
You will have the great opportunity to participate in the Bernabéu tour. For a stroll through the most emblematic places, see the stadium, from the presidential box to the playing field. You will be able to enter the dressing rooms where few resist to be photographed next to the door of their favourite player, this Tour also includes a visit to the Trophies room and all the ceremonial objects; T-shirts, balls, boots, photographs, posters and documents; you will also be able to enjoy and recreate yourself with their interactive screens in the Best Club of History room and the "Sensaciones del Real Madrid" room that will keep the emotion to the maximum, not visiting the Bernabéu, it is as if you had not visited Madrid, Madrid.
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