The Spanish capital Madrid, also known as the "city that never sleeps", offers a good range of restaurants and nightlife. The inhabitants of the city go out in the evening to eat a good meal before going from bar to bar until early morning. If you want to combine the trip with shopping, Gran is via a good place to start from.
Of course, a visit to one of the city's two major football teams' arenas is a must for those interested in sports. For the cultural, Madrid offers a wide base of everything from art museums to street performances.
Madrid's main shopping street is on Calle Preciados, where you will find a large selection of clothes and other fun things.
The Plaza Mayor square has over the years been of great importance to the people of Madrid. A must for the first-time visitor!
Mercado San Miguel, a food market at Plaza Major is an excellent destination for the gourmet enthusiast.
The Palacio Real de Madrid, or the Spanish Royal Palace, is the largest royal palace in Europe and offers magnificent architecture.
Real Madrid, who play their home games at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, are one of the most successful teams in Europe of all time. The arena seats over 80,000 people and football tickets are highly sought after by football travelers. Atletico Madrid is the city's second major football team and they play their matches at the newly built Wanda Metropolitano. Here, a cool setting awaits on match days.
If you do not intend to attend a football match during your stay, a guided tour of one of the arenas is an interesting activity.
The area around Salamanca houses many nightclubs and bars. A good place for the dance crazy. Around the park area at Parque del Retiro, there are many street performers who offer nice performances. If you want to experience a live Flamenco Show, there are plenty of different theaters in Madrid that have performances daily.
Direct flights to Madrid-Baraja Airport depart daily from Stockholm, Copenhagen and most of the major international airports worldwide. From other places you can almost always count on a stopover. The airport is just over a mile from Madrid's city center and you can easily get into the city by bus, metro or taxi.
In Madrid, there are many pickpockets and it is therefore wise to keep track of their valuables when strolling around the city. In Spain, the Euro is used as the currency, but most places accept the most common debit cards. There are a lot of black sales of football tickets outside the football stadiums.
Therefore, buy your match ticket in advance from official dealers to be sure not to be fooled!
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Updated conditions to take advantage of from 2020-09-03.