fold-out maps make navigation easy for those visiting the capital that never sleeps.
Discerning coverage of Madrid's cultural gems and the best bars and restaurants in town. 4 dedicated walking tours to guide visitors round Madrid's stunning architecture and sun-drenched plazas.
Nearly 1/2 million people visit Madrid each year.
The inhabitants of the city are known as gatos (cats) because of their nocturnal habits. Twice a year shepherds drive their flocks (up to 2000 sheep in total) through central Madrid so beware of woolly road blocks. The building that houses the famous Museo del Prado, was originally conceived as a house of science and was then converted into a barracks, before opening as an art museum in 1819
Sweet, spicy and sometimes saucy, Spain's festive and animated capital bursts with vitality. Delve into Madrid's many highlights, devour the best tapas in town and delight in endless nightlife possibilities. Taking you through buzzing barrios jam-packed with options,
Best of Madrid puts the whole city in your pocket.