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What to see in Madrid in one day?

Madrid is the most populated city in Spain and the third most populated in the European Union. Every semester it receives more than six million tourists, who enjoy the attractions of the Spanish capital. One of the most requested services is the City Tour of Madrid, thanks to which tourists discover the main monuments from the bus. Normally the rent of the minibus oscillates between the 2 hours and the 4 to be able to cross the main arteries of the city: Puerta de Sol, Carrera de San Gerónimo, Paseo del Prado, Paseo de Recoletos, Calle de Álcala, Gran Vía…

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Madrid is, without a doubt, one of the most economically attractive European cities for companies. That is why it has a privileged business network made up of large multinationals. And of numerous national and international events with an undeniable attraction for the visitor. Many take advantage of a business meeting to get to know the city or even to take a bus excursion to Tóledo or Álcala de Henares.

Anywhere, on any street, you will find a monument or building in which to spend your time. Thus, we can describe key places to visit, such as the “kilómetro cero” or Puerta del Sol, from where all the Spanish radial roads start. If you continue along the Calle Mayor, you will find the Plaza Mayor a few metres away, and later the Palacio Real. Another place not to be missed is the Temple of Debod. If what you want is not to get cold, Gran Vía offers an infinite number of shows, with its cinemas and theatres along this famous street.

The city of Madrid has a great attraction, both in winter and summer. It is a city full of life, where if you are not enjoying a warm day in the Retiro Park, you find yourself visiting one of its wonderful museums, such as the Prado Museum, or enjoying any show or event you can imagine in Gran Vía.


What to see in Madrid in one day?

When you travel to Madrid, on numerous occasions you visit the tourist attractions of the capital, which are many and important, as we have already told you. But we should not marginalize others also very interesting, which are a few kilometers from the capital. That is why we offer you the possibility of renting a minibus, microbus or bus so that you can visit these places in a safe and comfortable way.

Here are a few, to give you some travel ideas:

San Lorenzo del Escorial – It is part of the “UNESCO World Heritage” list. It was built in the time of Felipe II and it was finished in a record time: 20 years! As many of you know its architect, Juan de Herrera, abandoned the construction of the Cathedral of Valladolid to take charge of the Madrilenian Monastery.

Alcalá de Henares – Birthplace of our flagship writer, Miguel de Cervantes. And that it offers numerous tourist attractions from the historical-artistic point of view. It is only 1 hour away by bus, which allows you to get to know the city in depth on a day trip. You can even take the opportunity to see the “Museo Casa Natal de Cervantes” (Cervantes Birthplace Museum).

Aranjuez – This villa was chosen by the Bourbons, present-day kings of Spain, to house their spring residence. Don’t miss the Royal Palace, which you can visit for free on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3pm to 6pm. (October to March) and from 17 to 20 h. (April to September).

Rozas Village – With the boom in our country of Chinese, Indian and even Indonesian tourism, the commercial centers or streets have been greatly enhanced as a tourist destination. This is the case of “Las Rozas Village”, a visit is a must for many Asian tourists.

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