Plaza de España
Tourism in historical monuments of Madrid
It is the capital of Spain and the city overlooks the Manzanares River and is the largest Spanish city, and it is a relatively modern capital compared to other European capitals such as Paris and Berlin, and in Madrid, you can visit the historical part of the city, which is the Castille region, the Park del Retiro, the Guomenero Museum, the Paggio de Cristal, Temple of DeBud, Prado Museum, Museum of Modern Art …. and other attractions that you can visit in Madrid.
A city receives all categories of tourists, the minimum stay for two days, and the maximum stay for a week. And the city of Madrid itself is enough for 3 or 4 days, but the days can be increased if you want to visit the areas near Madrid, such as Toledo, Segovia, and Uppsala.
And it is not recommended to use the car in…
Dear tourist, during this tour, you will visit the Royal Castle, which is one of the most beautiful monuments in the European continent, where you see the unique architectural design that surrounds every corner of this wonderful edifice, as you will inspect the rooms, porcelain, rare watches and many more.
Dear tourists, through this wonderful tour you can visit the Prado Museum, which is truly one of the most important international museums, as it is one of the oldest museums that have been designed in a unique architectural style.
– Dear tourist, you will make an unforgettable tour to visit the city of Madrid, where you will visit the ancient monuments, the memorial and prominent areas in the Austrian and Bourbon quarters, as well as wander through the modern streets and shop with various products, and there is still a lot waiting for you.
You will then head to one of the popular cafes where you can have hot drinks.
Note: The tour transfers by air-conditioned luxury coach buses, and a highly experienced tour guide will accompany you.
As for the move from Madrid to:
- Barcelona :
Travel by Train 7 hours, Flight 50 minutes
- San Sebastian:
Travel by Train 6 hours, Flight 50 minutes
Travel by Train 5 hours and 40 minutes, Flight 50 minutes
Travel by Train 6 hours and 30 minutes, 1-hour Flight
Travel by Train 2 hours and 30 minutes
Travel by Train 2 hours
Travel by Train 5 hours, 1-hour Flight
Flight 1 hour 15 minutes
Travel by Train 4 hours, 1-hour Flight
Currently, Metro Ligero has four lines, although one of them is located outside of the city of Madrid in its entirety:
- Metro Ligero 1/Line ML-1: Pinar de Chamartín – Las Tablas: 5,4 km and 9 stations, 5 of which are underground.
- Metro Ligero 2/Line ML-2: Colonia Jardín – Estación de Aravaca: 8,7 km and 13 stations, 3 of which are underground.
- Metro Ligero 3/Line ML-3: Colonia Jardín – Puerta de Boadilla: 13,7 km and 16 stations, 1 of them is underground – and is shared with ML-2.
- Metro Ligero 4/Line ML4: Tranvía de Parla: 8,3 km and 15 stations.
Cities with metro/light rail systems
- Alicante (Alicante Tram)
- Barcelona (Barcelona Metro/Tram)
- Bilbao (Bilbao Metro/Tram)
- Castellon under construction. Estimated inauguration 2013.
- A Coruña under construction.
- Granada (Granada Metro) opened in 2017.
- Jaén (Jaén Tram) finished without service due to political reasons.
- Madrid (Madrid Metro)
- Málaga (Málaga Metro) opened in 2014.
- Murcia (Murcia tram) opened in 2011.
- Palma (Palma Metro)
- Parla (Parla Tram)
- Santa Cruz de Tenerife opened in 2007.
- Seville (Seville Metro/Tram)
- Valencia (Valencia Metro)
- Vigo potential 
- Vitoria-Gasteiz (Vitoria-Gasteiz Tram)
- Zaragoza (Zaragoza Tram) opened in 2011.
Airports – with paved runways
- Total: 96 (2006 est.)
- 10,000 ft (3,048 m) and over: 16
- 8,000 to 9,999 ft (2,438 to 3,047 m): 10
- 5,000 to 7,999 ft (1,524 to 2,437 m): 20
- 3,000 to 4,999 ft (914 to 1,523 m): 24
- under 3,000 ft (914 m): 26
Airports – with unpaved runways
- Total: 61 (2006 est.)
- 5,000 to 7,999 ft (1,524 to 2,437 m): 2
- 3,000 to 4,999 ft (914 to 1,523 m): 15
- under 3,000 ft (914 m): 44
Airlines based in Spain
Administrative divisions of Madrid
Madrid is administratively divided into 21 districts, which are further subdivided into 131 neighbourhoods (barrios):
- Centro: Cortes, Embajadores, Justicia, Palacio, Sol, Universidad
- Arganzuela: Atocha, Imperial, La Chopera, Las Acacias, Las Delicias, Legazpi, Palos de Moguer
- Retiro: Adelfas, Estrella, Ibiza, Jerónimos, Niño Jesús, Pacífico
- Salamanca: Castellana, Fuente del Berro, Goya, La Guindalera, Lista, Recoletos
- Chamartín: Castilla, Ciudad Jardín, El Viso, Hispanoamérica, Nueva España, Prosperidad
- Tetuán: Almenara, Bellas Vistas, Berruguete, Castillejos, Cuatro Caminos, Valdeacederas
- Chamberí: Almagro, Arapiles, Gaztambide, Ríos Rosas, Trafalgar, Vallehermoso
- Fuencarral-El Pardo: El Goloso, El Pardo, El Pilar, Fuentelarreina, La Paz, Mirasierra, Peñagrande, Valverde
- Moncloa-Aravaca: Aravaca, Argüelles, Casa de Campo, Ciudad Universitaria, El Plantío, Valdemarín, Valdezarza
- Latina: Aluche, Campamento, Cuatro Vientos, Las Águilas, Los Cármenes, Lucero, Puerta del Ángel
- Carabanchel: Abrantes, Buenavista, Comillas, Opañel, Puerta Bonita, San Isidro, Vista Alegre
- Usera: Almendrales, El Zofío, Moscardó, Orcasitas, Orcasur, Pradolongo, San Fermín
- Puente de Vallecas: Entrevías, Numancia, Palomeras Bajas, Palomeras Sureste, Portazgo, San Diego
- Moratalaz: Fontarrón, Horcajo, Marroquina, Media Legua, Pavones, Vinateros
- Ciudad Lineal: Atalaya, Colina, Concepción, Costillares, Pueblo Nuevo, Quintana, San Juan Bautista, San Pascual, Ventas
- Hortaleza: Apóstol Santiago, Canillas, Palomas, Pinar del Rey, Piovera, Valdefuentas
- Villaverde: Butarque, Los Rosales, Los Ángeles, San Cristóbal, Villaverde Alto
- Villa de Vallecas: Casco Histórico de Vallecas, Santa Eugenia
- Vicálvaro: Ambroz, Casco Histórico de Vicálvaro
- San Blas: Amposta, Arcos, Canillejas, Hellín, Rejas, Rosas, Salvador, Simancas
- Barajas: Aeropuerto, Alameda de Osuna, Casco Histórico de Barajas, Corralejos, Timón
Madrid is the capital of the Community of Madrid. The region has its own legislature and it enjoys a wide range of competencies in areas such as social spending, healthcare, education. The seat of the regional parliament, the Assembly of Madrid is located at the district of Puente de Vallecas. The presidency of the regional government is headquartered at the Royal House of the Post Office, at the very centre of the city, the Puerta del Sol.
Capital of Spain
Madrid is the capital of the Kingdom of Spain. The King of Spain, whose functions are mainly ceremonial, has their official residence in the Zarzuela Palace. As the seat of the Government of Spain, Madrid also houses the official residence of the President of the Government (Prime Minister) and regular meeting place of the Council of Ministers, the Moncloa Palace, as well as the headquarters of the ministerial departments. Both the residences of the Head of State and Government are located in the northwest of the city. Additionally, the seats of the Lower and Upper Chambers of the Spanish Parliament, the Cortes Generales (respectively, the Palacio de las Cortes and the Palacio del Senado), also lie on Madrid.
Tourism in Madrid
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