Splendid Madrid Travel

Publish Time:2019-04-17 11:11:31Source:Madrid Destino Cultura, Turismo y Negocio, S.A

【Introduction】:Stay at a super-luxury five-star or palace-remodeled hotel, dine in the world s oldest restaurant or a famous Michelin-starred restaurant, shop at the finest boutiques, sample traditional or fine snacks, experience the magic of flamenco...

Madrid Luxury Tour

Stay at a super-luxury five-star or palace-remodeled hotel, dine in the world's oldest restaurant or a famous Michelin-starred restaurant, shop at the finest boutiques, sample traditional or fine snacks, experience the magic of flamenco, watch the Real Madrid football match in the VIP box, or watch the thrilling bullfight at the Las Ventas, the world's largest bullring. Madrid features all the elements you need for a unique and luxury tour.

The Second Largest Shopping Paradise in Europe

According to the report that the Globe Shopper Index wrote for The Economist, Madrid ranks the second on the list of the best shopping cities in Europe.

The ideal shopping route starts from Barrio de Salamanca. This is a paradise for the purchase of luxuries, where international luxury brand stores, jewelry stores and high-end gourmet shops congregate. The renovation of the Serrano Street in Madrid's business district has provided pedestrians with more convenience, making the district a more enjoyable shopping experience and one of the landmarks in the district in the 21st century of Madrid.

Shopping with the Most Bohemian Style

There are attractive shops in every neighborhood in Madrid. Barrio de las Salesas is a Bohemian version of Barrio de Salamanca. These are Argensola, Almirante, Conde de Xiquena, Bárbara de Braganza or Fernando VI's multi-brand stores, pleasant cafes, and gourmet bakeries, which will offer you a unique shopping experience.

Handicrafts

The most important shopping routes also include Gran Vía Avenue, Puerta del Sol or Plaza Mayor. In the streets of these places, you can find century-old shops and buy handicrafts with Spanish characteristics, such as hand-embroidered shawls or hand-painted fans.

Food Style

There are more than 3,000 restaurants in Madrid, some of which have been certified by the prestigious the Michelin Guide: Santceloni, La Terraza del Casino, Sergi Arola-Gastro, Ramón Freixa Madrid, Diverxo, El Club Allard, Zalacaín, Kabuki and Kabuki Wellington.

Madrid cuisine is unique and includes tapas and meat bread, and you will feel that food is a form of art. Madrid is a city that leads the trend, and the best proof of that is the food. These well-designed restaurants interpret traditional dishes in a personalized style.

Snacks always need to be consumed with a drink. If you like wine, you will find that Madrid is a destination for wine tourists. You can sample the best wines in the century-old pubs or the 21st century bars, and choose the wine that best suits your taste among the hundreds of brands.

The culinary innovation never stops, and shows its feature at the multi-functional restaurant. In this new space, you can order food, eat snacks or drink a cocktail or coffee.

To taste the traditional cuisine, your best choice is among Madrid's 13 centenary-old restaurants or the world's oldest restaurant, Casa Botín, which opened in 1725.

Prime Location of Culture

Madrid also has its own “Prime Location of Culture”: Paseo del Arte, which features the Prado Museum, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and Queen Sofia Museum. The distance between them is only a ten-minute walk, and they receive millions of visitors each year. In addition, other cultural institutions have also been built along the Paseo del Arte: CaixaForum Madrid, CentroCentro Cibeles cultural center, Circo Price, Mapfre, S.A., and Medialab-Prado Madrid.

Nightlife

Madrid's nightlife is famous and unparalleled throughout the world. It is the live music bars, flamenco, cocktail bars and numerous activities that make the Spanish capital one of the most dynamic and urban cities around the world. To spend a different night, a perfect solution is to watch the passionate flamenco show, which is a world heritage. You can also enjoy an authentic Spanish meal while watching the show. When watching the current most well-known flamenco star and the world's most famous flamenco cabaret show up close, you shouldn’t miss a hearty and delicious dinner. Madrid’s and the world’s most famous flamenco show restaurants are: ElCorral de la Morería, el Café de Chinitas, Las Carboneras, Torres Bermejas, Las Tablas and Casa Patas.

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