This survival guide to travelling to Madrid contains all the relevant and practical information you need to read about.
What shouldn’t you miss as a first time visitor? A useful list includes popular sights in Madrid you should try to see and include in your agenda.
As soon as you start organizing your trip to Madrid you should get this good value and time saver city pass before you leave home.
Plan your time in Madrid to travel smart and maximize your stay. Read some advice to determine how many days you should spend in the city.
If you are still deciding when to go to Madrid, you may find that certain months can prove much more convenient according to your tastes.
Planning to get bullfight tickets during your trip to Spain? Here is all the practical information that will help you buy your tickets easily.
When it comes down to travel Madrid is an extremely easy destination to get to. It will all depend on your schedule and itinerary.
The list of Madrid attractions can seem daunting on your first visit, there are fabulous sights to see in every corner of Madrid. But this section will help you organize everything.
Design a trip to discover Spain. Destinations can be easily reached from Madrid, thanks to its strategic location in the center of the country.
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Trying to get bullfight tickets can be a challenging task. Apart from checking the official schedule to see if a fight will take place while you are in Madrid, you should determine where you want to seat. Madrid bullring, Las Ventas, has several types of seats and prices vary depending on their visibility. […]
Do you intend to go to Spain? Travel visa procedures can be long and tiresome. However, if you take the time to know all the requirements the application will be easier and probably successful. As soon as you start planning your trip, check whether you require a tourist visa to enter Spain or not. […]
Dark blue: Schengen Area (EU) Violet: Schengen Area (non-EU) Light green: Set to implement later Dark green: EU member states outside Schengen The Schengen countries form what’s called the Schengen Area. The name “Schengen” originates from a small town in Luxembourg where in June 1985, five European Union countries signed an agreement to end internal border checkpoints and controls. This treaty led to the creation of the Schengen Area on March 26th, 1995. […]