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  • Templo de Debod
  • Plaza de España
  • Calle Gran Vía
  • Fuente de Cibeles
  • Puerta del Sol
  • Plaza Mayor
  • Teatro Real
  • Catedral de Santa María la Real de la Almudena
  • Palacio Real de Madrid



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  • Puerta de Alcalá
  • Estanque Grande del Retiro
  • Palacio de Cristal
  • Atocha
  • San Jerónimo el Real
  • Museo Nacional del Prado
  • Fuente de Neptuno
  • Congreso de los Diputados
  • Círculo De Bellas Artes



Best areas to walk around and find bars and fun.

  • Plaza 2 de Mayo (Malasaña)
  • Plaza San Ildefonso (Malasaña)
  • Plaza de los Carros (La Latina)



For beers and snack:

  • 100 montaditos, typical place where you have one hundreds of different little sandwiches and cheap beer for around 1 euro.
  • El Tigre, where you order a beer for 2,5€ and they give you included many many food! (I use to go this one in : Calle de las infantas,23)
  • Museo del jamon, here is more kinda restaurant where you can try all typical food from Spain as “tortilla de patata, pan tumaca, jamon serrano, chorizo, paella, calamares, etc..”
  • Mercado de San Miguel, market style with typical Spanish products, the former market that has now places to buy food and eat standing near the food carts.
  • Mercado San Ildefonso, similar to market above
  • Bodega La Ardose, one of best “tortilla de patata” of Madrid.
  • Sobrino de Botin, traditional cuisine for good oven meats like pork, lamb, etc.
  • Platea, and old theater where is possible to find evey kind of food.



  • Coconut Bar
  • Areia
  • Ojalá
  • Hawaiano



To see sunset and the amazing sky of Madrid!

  • Circulo de Bellas Artes, you have to pay around 3€ to go up, then a beer atop is around 5€. Its one of my favortes places in Madrid.
  • Hotel Oscar, in chueca area.
  • Palacio de Cibeles.
  • Picalagartos.



  • Shoko is more typical for people from Madrid.
  • Joy Slava is a mixture of foreigners and Madrid.
  • Kapital has seven floors and is full of foreigners visiting Madrid.