Madrid

Madrid face unquestionably among the major cultural destinations in Europe: the Spanish capital can boast of hosting some of the most prestigious museums of the world! But Madrid did not stop there and also saw many shows, concerts, theaters, exhibitions. beyond culture, Madrid is a city where people like to eat, go out to party. a capital where people like to live Because Madrid is turning heads is not for its architectural heritage in general, but probably much more for its atmosphere, or atmosphere: the Madrid neighborhoods overlap each other without like the historical center, pedestrian alleyways dotted with large squares and terraces, the Gran Via, which lives only for shopping, quiet Retiro, the cheeky atmosphere of Chueca, altenatives of Malasana, chic Salamanca or racketeer of AZCA. leaving Madrid assured that it is impossible to get bored. Madrid and its best where to start? To put some order in MAdrid, discover the city over its neighborhoods: - The historic center: the heart of Madrid. With its narrow streets, small shops and quiet terraces, sometimes it's hard to believe in a capital city! Wait until you reach the center of the Plaza Mayor to convince you: the attention is divided between the architectural majesty of the place and its constant entertainment. Two steps, be sure to pop in Mercado de San Miguel, full of charms and Spanish flavors. Large spaces are a little center's trademark: the Puerta del Sol, full of people, wilt before department stores and embrunguez on Calle Mayor to reach the Plaza de Oriente: Palacio Real and falls to the drum, the Cathedral of the Almudena, massive, baroque opera, symbols of the past power of Madrid. - Gran Via: going back to the north, this large artery is primarily devoted to shopping, but its mix of architectural styles can only attention. - Paseo del Prado: another large artery on which it is possible to devote SEVERAL days! Firstly, one of




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