Take in the many contrasts Madrid offers its visitors, including the elegant Plaza de Oriente and Plaza de España, Oeste Park, Príncipe Pio hill, Puente del Rey (bridge), Virgen del Puerto Chapel – which offers one of the best views of Madrid’s historic quarter – and Puente de Segovia (bridge).
The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum offers visitors an overview of art from from the 13th century to the late 20th. In nearly one thousand works on display, visitors can contemplate the mayor periods and pictorial schools of western art such as the Renaissance, Baroque, Romanticism and the art of the 19th and 20th century.
Corral de la Morería, was founded by Manuel del Rey in 1956, and is the most known tablao flamenco in the world.Throughout its history, Corral de la Morería flamenco show has witnessed the performance of some of the finest professionals of this discipline.
Discover in this walking tour the most emblematic buildings from the Renaissance and Baroque period of Madrid. Habsburg is the name given to Madrid when the Habsburg dynasty reigned in Spain. This reign began with Charles I, who enriched the city with palaces and monuments. Later on, Philip II made it the capital of Spain and the city grew dramatically.