Madrid Highlights Tour with Prado Museum from Madrid

  • Tour code: 600-3219
  • Available: Daily (Apr - Oct), Wed,Fri,Sun(Nov-Mar)
  • Depart from: Madrid, Spain
  • Duration: 4 Hours
From USD$65.38

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Visit Madrid (Calle Mayor, Fountain of Cibeles, Paseo de la Castellana, Plaza de Castilla, Puerta de Alcala, Royal Palace of Madrid, Santiago Bernabeu Stadium).

Special Remarks:

  • Explore the indispensable Madrid in an itinerary through its most emblematic streets.
  • Admire the most renowned paintings and works at El Prado.

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  • Child rates: Child rates apply to those who are 6-15 yrs old. Senior rates: Senior rates apply to those who are over 65 yrs old.
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  • Day 1 Madrid
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Day 1 Madrid

Today, we will explore Bourbon Madrid and the urban layout established by Carlos III, beginning at the Royal Palace, the Cibeles Fountain, Neptune Fountain, and the Puerta de Alcala. We will get to know the contemporary city in areas like the Gran Via, Paseo de la Castellana, Barrio Salamanca, the Plaza de Castilla, and the Parque del Oeste, as well as the commercial and financial areas of modern Madrid. We will also see the emblematic Las Ventas or Santiago Bernabeau. Afterwards, we will visit the Museo Nacional del Prado to see art from all eras of Spanish history.
From 4/1/2019, the itinerary will change as follow:
At first, we will take coach to the Plaza de Oriente and then we will arrive at the Debod Temple of must where we will stop for a walk and taking some pictures accompanied by our guide. After, we will continue to the Plaza Mayor and visit la Plaza de Villa as well as Puerta del Sol. Afterwards, we will head to Carrera de San Jerónimo Street, Las Cortes, Neptuno's Square, Paseo Del Prado, Atocha Railway Station, Royal Botanic Gardens of Madrid, Cibeles Square, Alcalá Street, Alcalá?s Gate, Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas . At last, we will end up seeing Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Paseo de la Castellana Street, Plaza de Colón, National Library, Gran Vía Street, Plaza de España, Plaza de Oriente.

Madrid is both the capital of Spain and its largest city. A modern city with a historic architecture where you can visit the Royal Palace, Prado Museum, Bernabeu Stadium, Fountain of Cibeles and more.

  • Always Visit
    The Calle Mayor is a major thoroughfare in Madrid which ties into the city's history, with many old and historic buildings lining it.
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    The centerpiece of the plaza that bears the same name, the Fountain of Cibeles features a statue of an ancient Phrygian goddess sitting atop a lion-drawn chariot, who has been adopted as a symbol of the city of Madrid.
  • Always Visit
    This Baroque palace is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family, although it is only used for state functions. Built in 1738, the palace is nearly 1.5 million square-feet, and contains paintings by many European greats.
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    Along the Paseo de la Castellana lies the Plaza de Castilla, a large public square and convergence point for some of the Madrid's busiest streets. At its center lies the Caja Madrid Obelisk and the Puerta de Europa towers are on its north end.
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    This monument is designed in the neo-Classical style, and stands near Madrid's city center, reminiscent of the old medieval gates to the city, although this gate stands alone.
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    La Castellana is a wide avenue that cuts North-to-South through the very center of Madrid, one of the city's busiest streets, and home to some of its most famous buildings including the Puerta de Europa and the Santiago Bernabeu stadium.
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    Home of legendary Real Madrid Club de Futbol, perhaps the most famous sports team in the world, the stadium was opened in 1947 and is the second-largest of any European soccer team, behind only arch-rivals Barcelona's Camp Nou.





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