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Cheap hotels Madrid

Would you like to discover Madrid? One of the most touristic towns of Europe thanks to its unparalleled offer of culture, amusement and fiesta: exquisite cuisine, impressive monuments, astonishing museums, cool weather... Madrid has it all! ¡Book right now one of the cheap hotels of Madrid with Best rate Guarantee!
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Posada Del Leon De Oro
Posada Del Leon De Oro
Gran Via
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Be Live Santo Domingo
Be Live Santo Domingo
Gran Via
4 stars

Petit Palace Savoy Alfonso XII
Savoy Alfonso XII
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Eurostars Tower
Eurostars Tower
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Madrid Tourism Information

Madrid is a cosmopolitan city located right in the geographical center of Spain, where you can enjoy its culture, its art and its intense nightlife. A traditional and modern city at the same time where you will enjoy every moment of your stay.

What to see during your stay in cheap hotels Madrid

  • Puerta del Sol: This is the most famous square and Madrid where you will find the kilometer zero, the starting point of all the radial roads of Spain. Here you will also find the Bear and the Strawberry Tree, symbol of the city, and the Watch of the Post Office building, from which the bells ring the twelve tolls of year end.
  • Gran Via: This is the most famous street in Madrid whose construction dates back from 1929. It is the beating heart of Madrid.
  • Museo del Prado is one of the most important museums in the world and one of the most visited in which several important art pieces not only Spanish artists are collected.
  • Reina Sofia National Museum: the museum of modern art in Madrid, located in Madrid's Art Triangle, along with the Prado and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. The most notable collections are of Picasso, Dali and Miro.
  • Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum: Also located in the triangle of art it exposes masterpieces of many different styles and periods, mostly belonging to the private collection of the Thyssen-Bornemisza family.
  • Retiro Park: the largest urban park in Madrid is the green lung of the Spanish capital, with a large pond where you can sail with small boats or walk along green streets.
  • Plaza Mayor: in the heart of Madrid is the Plaza Mayor, surrounded by historic arcades which have seen many events throughout its history.
  • Puerta de Alcala: in Independence Square, where the Calle Alcalá starts, is located the famous Puerta de Alcala, one of the most important monuments of Madrid, opened in 1778.
  • Royal Palace: also called Eastern Palace is the official residence of Spanish royalty, although currently it’s only used for official ceremonies.
  • Plaza de Cibeles: between Paseo del Prado and Calle Alcalá is located Plaza Cibeles, where stands the famous Cibeles fountain with the big statue of the goddess Cybele on a cart drawn by lions. This is the designated place for all celebrations of the victories of Real Madrid football club.
  • Almudena Cathedral: is the most important church in Madrid, relatively modern to be a cathedral: its construction dates back from the late nineteenth century.
  • Cuatro Torres Business Area: this is the modern part of Madrid, represented by four modern skyscrapers of which the highest is 250 meters high.
  • El Rastro: in the center of Madrid every Sunday and holidays is celebrated this street market with over 400 years of history where you can find everything.
  • Malasaña: is the central district of Madrid famous for its trendy and alternative scene and lively nightlife. Do not miss a visit to this neighborhood if you want to experience a bit of Madrid Movida.
  • Atocha railway station: this is the main railway station in Madrid located in a spectacular building that hosts inside a stunning tropical garden.
  • Chueca is Madrid neighborhood which concentrates most of the gay community of the Spanish capital, with a lively nightlife.

Events and festivals in Madrid

  • Fiestas de San Isidro: on May 15th Madrid celebrates its saint with great bullfights that attract enthusiasts from around the world and street events.
  • Cibeles Fashion Week: the fashion week in Madrid, where designers come from around the world to show their latest masterpieces on the catwalk.
  • May 2nd Festival: This festival commemorates the liberation of Madrid by Napoleon's troops with music, dance, art and outdoor dining, plus bullfights.
  • Book Fair: The book fair held every year in late May in the Parque del Retiro.
  • Bullfighting: Madrid is the capital of the bulls and in the famous Plaza de las Ventas are held every year numerous corridas which attract both locals and tourists.
  • Madrid Marathon: Every April Madrid Marathon takes place in the capital of Spain.
  • Chimes in the Plaza del Sol: On December 31st evening thousands of locals and tourists gather in the square under the watch of the Post Office building with twelve grapes to swallow one by one following the toll of the chimes to celebrate the new year.
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