Turismo Madrid

  • Extended opening hours ‘Bosch. The 5th Centenary Exhibition’With the aim to facilitate the maximum the visits to one of the largest samples of the year, the Prado Museum, thanks to the generosity of institutions and private owners of the works, extended 'Bosch. The 5th Centenary Exhibition'. Don't miss out the chance to see the work of the great Dutch artist! You have until 25th September 25.
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  • Gourmet CalendarAfter the summer, comes the new season and the Region of Madrid as a benchmark in the world of gastronomy brings a full schedule of events designed for all tastes that you cannot lose. Take time in your schedule and enjoy the gastronomy in Madrid.
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  • Baroque Route trough the Region of MadridThis week we propose you a 'Baroque Route' through the Region of Madrid. A different way to know the most important and beautiful works of art in civil and religious buildings that were built between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries. Explore with us nine municipalities in which you will find samples of this important culturally period in our country.
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  • World Tourism Day in the Castle of Manzanares el RealCelebrate with us the 'World Tourism Day' in the Castle of Manzanares el Real that will take place on 27 September. You will have free access to this magnificent fortress, and enjoy its dramatized visits accompanied by two illustrious characters. Discover here the rest of the programming!
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  • Last few days to…Last call for art lovers! The summer comes to an end, and with it, also end some of the most important exhibitions that have hosted the main museums of the Region. Below we will show you some of them, that will conclude later this month or early October.
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  • Three Jewels of the World Heritage in MadridIf you still haven't a plan for the next days, take advantage of the good weather that is still with us, and explore different corners of the region, since the Region of Madrid houses three treasures that are included on the Unesco World Heritage list: San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Aranjuez and Alcalá de Henares. Take note and discover how to go all over these places of singular beauty.
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World Heritage in Madrid

Madrid boasts three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Alcalá de Henares and Aranjuez. To make the most out of your visit, collect  your "personal passport" from one of our Tourist Information Offices and enjoy special promotions and instant discounts on transportation, hotels, restaurants, shops and much more.

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