Madrid & Center



Travel to Madrid and Central Region

Whether you’re a foodie, a history or a culture lover, there’s a Madrid guided tour that’s perfect for you! The best part? Your private tour in Madrid can be 100% personalized so we can make your travel wishes come true.

Come with us on a journey through the rich history and artistic legacy that that you can find in the Madrid architecture, museums and galleries. Madrid’s mix of Moorish and Neoclassical architecture with an obscure past, picturesque streets, royal palaces, hunting parks, along with its vibrant nightlife and culinary delights will make you want more!


Discover one of the most inclusive and enjoyable cities in Europe. A city that has been one of the epicenters of western art for centuries and also home for three of the best painting museums on the planet. On our Madrid tours you will cross through the city’s fascinating history.

Come with us and become a “madrileño” for a day.

We believe that everyone should enjoy the warmth of Madrid

Atocha train station Madrid, Spain
Places to visit in Madrid


Spain’s capital boasts astonishing art galleries, fascinating nightlife, a feast of fine restaurants and tapas bars, and a wealth of unforgettable sights.

Discover with us the secrets and stories of this millenary city and take the best experience back home. Choose the tour that best adapts to your needs and simply enjoy.

Let us guide you through Madrid’s vibrant life!


Whether exploring the Madrid’s world-class art museums, gazing at architectural marvels while sipping a “café con leche” at a sidewalk café or rollicking the night away at tapas bars, the many tourist attractions in Madrid are too captivating to miss.

Among the compulsory symbolic places to see in Madrid are: the beautiful Plaza de Colón, cultural bullring of Las Ventas, the elegant Gran Vía, Puerta de Alcala, the Almudena Cathedral or the Cibeles Fountain, to name just a few.

Other Spanish capital symbols are its huge parks with internal lakes, such as Parque Juan Carlos I, Parque del Retiro and Casa de Campo, unavoidable attractions for nature lovers.

And if this is not enough, between the most interesting points to visit in Madrid you can find: barrio de las letras, the Atocha train station, Matadero, El Rastro market, the Royal Palace of Madrid and Gardens, the Temple of Debod (an ancient Egyptian temple) or the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium of Real Madrid club de fútbol.

Another fascinating feature that characterizes Madrid is its endless night, typical for a city that never sleeps. The lights that adorn the front of the most representative buildings or the water fountains, combined with the constant movement of people, make a unique experience for the tourist who comes here.

Puerta de Alcala Madrid, Spain
Templo of Debod Madrid, Spain

Come for the art, stay for the street life

Fortunately, Madrid’s most popular destinations are centrally located. The heart of the city is Puerta del Sol, a large plaza used as scene for festivals, important gatherings and street performers as well as a hub for the public transportation network.


Cosmopolitan, beautiful, fun and friendly, this is how Madrid is and there is something around every corner to discover. Come explore this vibrant city with family, friends or on your own. Madrid will welcome you with open arms and immerse you in its hospitality and warmth.

Between the most interesting things you can do here are:

  • Enjoy a bocadillo de calamares in Plaza Mayor

  • Explore the Mercado de San Miguel Madrid

  • Go shopping along La Gran Vía madrileña

  • Take a selfie with El Oso y El Madroño at Puerta del Sol

  • Explore Buen Retiro Park and the Crystal Palace

  • Stroll through the romantic El Capricho park

  • See the best views from Círculo de Bellas Artes
  • Catch top theatre and dance at Teatros del Canal

  • Watch the sunset from Cerro del Tío Pío

  • Don’t miss free art shows at La Casa Encendida

  • Watch a Flamenco Show
  • Be moved by opera at the Teatro Real
  • Go on a Madrid food tour
  • Attend a free workshop at the Telefónica Foundation Space


Madrid is overflowing with museums and galleries where you can get your much-needed art fix and sometimes you can do it for free. From Spain’s most important collection of paintings in the Prado to the veritable palace of contemporary art Reina Sofía, the Spanish capital is home to many of the greatest works of art by some of history’s most important artists.

Here are the 10 best museums in Madrid:


Madrid is one of the few cities in the world that can claim to enjoy so many UNESCO heritage sites at less than 1 hour drive from it.

Fascinating medieval villages where local gastronomy is awesome, top palaces and gardens (El Escorial, Aranjuez, La Granja de San Ildefonso) or one of the world’s most impressive medieval walls in Avila.

Add to all this the famous hanging houses of Cuenca, the wines of Ribera del Duero, the windmills of Don Quixote, or the elegance and beauty of Salamanca or Alcalá de Henares and you will start to consider Madrid as a perfect point from where to enjoy day after day some amazing destinations.

We left to the end of this list Segovia and Toledo, 2 of the World´s best preserved medieval cities and ancient capitals of Spain.

Location on the map of Madrid & Centro (Spain)


Few cities in this world boast an artistic pedigree quite as pure as Madrid’s. This is the main reason why many art lovers return here again and again. So please meet our local guide that can tell you all about this city: from oddities to well-known facts, you’ll never get tired of hearing about it

Besides, our guide wants you to experience this beloved city through the eyes of a local, so be prepared for an extraordinary city tour – and to fall in love with Madrid!


Prado Museum Madrid (Spain)

Madrid is the third-largest city in the European Union. Today, Madrid is a vibrant, modern city with lively nightlife and great shopping, but it also is a cultural city that has many museums and art galleries, including the famous El Prado.

Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes in Toledo Spain

Toledo is situated on a hill over the Tajo River. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and it is known as the city of the three cultures – because it has been populated for centuries by Christians, Jews, and Muslims -, or as the “Imperial City“ as it was the seat of the royal court during the reign of Charles I.

Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, Spain

Madrid is the art capital of Spain. This is the impression you get when you discover his famous “Triangle of Art”. The Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Reina Sofía National Museum are the protagonists of this unique route, along with the Prado Museum.

Aqueduct of Segovia, Spain

Did you know that Spain has 15 World Heritage cities? Segovia is one of these cities recognized for its Roman aqueduct, the buildings, the squares, the streets, the patios and all the history behind the territory of Castilla y León.

Shopping in Madrid: Gran Via

Madrid is the best city in Spain to go shopping, but you’ll need to know where to look. In the downtown streetsthe blocks with stores with affordable prices, young designer fashion shops alongside traditional ones, alternate with restaurants, cafes and terraces.

Wine and tapas Tour Madrid, Spain

Spain is the healthiest country in the world. Much can be attributed to the Spanish cuisine, based on the Mediterranean diet, which is synonymous with health, longevity, and classified as Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. We invite you to enjoy the experience of “ir de tapas”, as madrileños do.

Madrid hot air balloon ride

Allow yourself to experience panoramic views of the Spain capital, a bird’s eye view of some medieval squares and the chance to spot from the sky some of the great monuments in Madrid. This is a marvelous opportunity to make your visit to Spain a memorable, a once in a lifetime occasion.

Segway tours in Madrid

To show you all the charm and beauty of the capital of Spain from an ecological means of transport: the Segway. Madrid is a special city to travel on a Segway because its streets have ups and downs that are much more accessible when traveling with this transportation.

Reviews about Madrid and Central Region

This Spain travel agency did a phenomenal job in planning my itinerary.
Sam was especially excellent in providing many options and details. Just through email correspondence he learned my likes/dislikes and had such focused attention that at times I felt like I was the only client. Every single recommendation Sam gave was spot on – restaurants, shopping, shows, Etc. I have worked with many travel companies and this Spain travel company stands out above the rest. Everything was handled with care and class. Each tour guide we had was extremely knowledgeable, patient and fun, the drivers were excellent and everything was perfectly orchestrated. Really top notch, personalized service. I couldn’t have asked for a better experience and I’m a tough customer! The most memorable parts of my trip were getting to know Gaudi in Barcelona, Private cooking class in Seville, a very special table for dinner overlooking the Alhmabra in Granada, eating Tapas, and Flamenco in Madrid. I also loved the opportunity to meet Sam in Madrid after all the correspondence over the last couple months. If I could take my trip again, I would take more time off so that I could see more of Spain!
Dana CodispotiNew York City. USA

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