Spend a weekend in Madrid to organize all its trip


Madrid

Madrid lives in the shadow of Barcelona who stole the show and yet it has nothing to envy to his colleague: culture, good business atmosphere young and relaxed, frenzied nights all there. If you plan to visit just Scent of a Woman, you probably do not have time to see everything and every visit, but this will give you all the same a taste of it housed the Spanish capital.

If you plan to visit in Madrid on Friday, do as the Madrileños, go to the city center and more precisely in the Plaza Santa Ana. This will put you immediately in the bath. The atmosphere begins in full swing around 22:30, the terraces of bars, cafes and restaurants are crowded with people until late at night. Could you advise an address, this will depend on you and the style you like: if it's funk, you can go to Marula Café (C / Canos Viejos 3) to jazz music you: the Cafe Central (Plaza del Angel 10) or Cafe Populart (C / Huertas). & # 13; The next morning the alarm clock is certainly hard after a wild night, but time and the mythical Madrid attractions await. To start the day off right, will take your coffee at the Plaza Mayor, take the opportunity to go around the square, a hive. Then take the metro (Opera) towards the Palacio Real, a must in Madrid, the palace houses a rich collection of royalty and antique furniture. After visiting the palace, stroll in the Plaza de Oriente and be sure to take a little break kind to Sabatini Gardens. & # 13; Whether a museum lover or not, you can not miss the museums of Madrid, where at least some such as the Prado (Paseo del Prado), Thyssen-Bornemisza (Paseo del Prado 8 Villahermosa Palace) and the Reina Sofia museum (c / Santa Isabel, 52). & # 13; For an afternoon very quiet, you can go to Parque de Buen Retiro issue gain strength for many restless night. & # 13; Sunday and last day in Madrid, those who want to do some shopping and bring cheap souvenirs can head to the Rastro (C / Ribera de Curtidores, Metro: La Latina - opening times 9h- 15h), it is the largest flea market in Europe. A lunchtime visit Latina located a stone's throw from Rastro, there are many tapas bars, the trendiest are: Corolla, La Taberna del Zapatero and El Meson del Rastro.