V Sierra de Guadarrama National Park Photography CompetitionPhotography is an art that allows us to discover the sensations experienced by the person on the other side of the camera, when seeing a landscape, an object, a situation... If you are a lover of photography, you still have time to demonstrate your skills by participating in the fifth edition of the 'Sierra de Guadarrama National Park Photography Competition'.
The 'Train of Philip II' is backUntil November 8, this tourist train that crosses the Sierra de Guadarrama is back. An exceptional opportunity to live a great experience and get to know the town of El Escorial and the impressive Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial, thanks to the different travel packages available. Choose yours!
Three different exhibitionsOne more week, we encourage you to enjoy the culture in our region, through three very different exhibitions, which will surely captivate the audience. These are 'Tan sabia como valerosa' at the Cervantes Institute, 'Humor absurdo: Una constelación del disparate en España' at the CA2M, and 'Doce fábulas urbanas' at Matadero Madrid. Where do you want to start?
Veranos de la Villa 2020Until 30 August, don't miss the opportunity to attend a new edition of the 'Veranos de la Villa'. The Conde Duque Cultural Centre is the place chosen to host the 22 shows of music, theatre, dance, circus, zarzuela, astronomy, cinema and poetry that will surprise all those who attend, though always in compliance with the new security measures introduced to combat the pandemic. You can't miss it!
Travelling through the AlcarriaWithout a doubt, one of the most charming areas of the Region of Madrid is known as 'Alcarria Alcalaína', a space of great beauty thanks to its variety of landscapes and ecosystems. On this occasion, we will stop at three towns to get to know them better: Ambite, Olmeda de las Fuentes and Pezuela de las Torres. Let's get started!
Dramatized visits to the Real Coliseo Carlos III de San Lorenzo de El Escorial will be backBacked by the success of its previous edition, the dramatized visits to the Carlos III Royal Coliseum, the oldest covered theatre in Spain that still exists, and the only working court theatre, are back. The safety of the assistants and workers in front of the COVID-19 will be guaranteed, thanks to all the measures adopted as well as the reduction of the capacity. Don't miss it!