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Hotels in Madrid


Madrid city centre hotels puts you close to all the main attractions, in the Spanish capital, there is nowhere better to be to soak up all the vibrant Spanish city lifestyle. A hub in the centre of the country Madrid is a popular destination all year round for to grab cheap hotels, known for its laid back lifestyle and shopping this stunning city is a must when visiting Europe.

Things to do:

· Madrid’s largest department store, El Corte Ingles, is treasure trove for everything that is Spanish, from kitchenware to clothing this multi-floor complex to the east of the river could easily take you a day to explore.

  • Prado Museum is Madrid’s most popular museum, meander around one of the largest collections of art in the world displaying pieces from artists such as Goya, El Greco and Velasquez

· If you like football you will want to visit the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, this amazing piece of architecture is the home to one of the world’s most prestigious clubs (Real Madrid), if you visit on a match day you will feel the electric atmosphere buzzing around the stadium; however visit any other day and you can get a behind the scenes tour and see the collection of trophies the club has amassed over the years.


Throughout the year Madrid predominantly has dry weather; summer and winter temperatures vary with August sometimes reaching up to 40 °C but with a low humidity and then in the winter months Madrid can feel temperature lows of 9 °C.

Getting Around:

Madrid is a very connected city, and with many hotels within walking distance to the city centre and others connected with public transport it will never take you too long to be where you need to be. The city has a network of transport links consisting of:

  • 13 Metro lines
  • 170 Bus routes
  • Private hire Taxis
  • Renfe inter-city trains

Fast Facts:

· Currency for Spain is the Euro.

· Madrid is only 1

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