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Meeting new people is a big part of travelling, and with 3,300,000 residents living in this part of Community of Madrid, you're sure to have plenty of opportunities.
The Prado Museum and Plaza Mayor are superb sights that are known across the globe.
If you're travelling with the entire family, trips to Parque Warner Madrid and Aquopolis will most definitely be popular. Are the little ones still not worn out? Don't think you are done yet! Keep up the fun with a trip to Heron City and the Madrid Wax Museum.
Stepping into the Madrid Zoo Aquarium is like jumping off a boat into the ocean, but without needing to take your clothes off! Here you'll happen upon all sorts of fascinating marine animals.
Want to encourage your kids’ curiosity about wildlife? Take them on an outing to the Faunia, where they'll discover what an animal eats, the sounds it makes and much, much more!
The Casino Gran Madrid and Casino de Madrid are perfect to jump start a night out with mates. If you're not against a little gambling, test your luck challenging the dealer. Alternatively, order an icy beer and simply soak up the energetic atmosphere. Don't want to call it a night? The Casino Gran Via awaits you!
Botanists and amateurs alike will be glad to find out about this area's extensive collections of plants. For a blossom-filled day, start with a leisurely walk around the impressive beds at Crystal Palace. Afterwards, head over to the Royal Botanical Garden, where the diversity of species alone is definitely worth a look. If you just can't get enough, the floral exhibits at Dalieda de San Francisco and the Jardín de la Fuente de las Ranas are also rather nice.
El Retiro Park and Parque Norte are the places to go to soak up the sun, enjoy a picnic or just watch life pass by. Alternatively, spend the day outdoors at the Sabatini Gardens or Juan Carlos I Park.
Tourist Information Center should be one of the first places you visit. You'll find a range of information here, including ideas for excursions, the best restaurants to indulge at and so much more.
If you find comfort in the calming effects of being by the water's edge, you're in the right place. Laguna del Campillo and El Raso Lagoon are just a handful of the tranquil waterbodies around here that are worth a look. A walk around El Soto Lagoon or El Picon de los Conejos Lagoon is also rewarding, if not for the intriguing birdlife, then for some more fantastic vistas.
Head to Royal Palace or the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia if the weather's no good. Study the captivating exhibits or just take a break in the tranquil settings. Want more? Also go to the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Museum of Natural Sciences.
You'll uncover all sorts of curious specimens from the natural world at the Museo de America and the National Archaeological Museum of Spain. For more from this versatile planet, continue on to the Regional Archaeological Museum and the National Museum of Anthropology.
In a city overflowing with wonderful art exhibitions, the CaixaForum Madrid and the Fundacion Juan March somehow manage to shine brighter than the rest. More unique paintings and imaginative sculptures are waiting for you at the Cerralbo Museum and the La Caixa Foundation.
Calling all history enthusiasts! You'll love learning about the rich and varied past of this area at the Museo de Historia de Madrid and the Museo Postal y Telegrafico. The San Isidro Museum and the Royal Armoury of Madrid are also worth a peek for an even greater insight into the past.
Gain an understanding of bygone times when you call in at Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial and the Complutense University of Madrid. Valley of the Fallen and the Temple of Debod are also worth a visit.
Puente de los Franceses and Puente de la Reina Victoria are time-worn crossings that will intrigue visitors interested in historic structures. Segovia Bridge offers a way to admire the waters of Madrid from a different perspective.
If you'd like to see into the lifestyles of the rich and the famous, a stop at Royal Palace of El Pardo or Archbishop's Palace is sure to be of interest. But lo and behold, they're not the only glossy abodes you'll stumble on in Madrid. Velazquez Palace and Zarzuela Palace are also well worth a visit.
Visitors interested in learning about the city's religious background should stop by Almudena Cathedral and San Isidro Church. San Antonio de la Florida Hermitage and Monastery of San Bernardo are some other historically important sites.
It's much better to look back on your life and say, "Did I really do that?," instead of, "I wish I did that." So, while you're in Madrid you should also look around some of the lesser-known sights, such as City Hall and the National Library. The La Casa Encendida and the Teatros del Canal are two more options.
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