Little known museums to discoverMadrid has it all (or nearly all): history, culture, sports and a city like this cannot let visitors leave without knowing our cultural richness and variety, as far as museums are concerned, but this time, we do not mean the most famous located in the 'Paseo del Arte', but some other lesser known but important and curiosities that will not leave you indifferent.
Getaway to… Gargantilla del LozoyaLess than an hour from the capital is located Gargantilla del Lozoya, a municipality that is fundamentally characterized by the beauty of its landscapes, its history, its culture, and why not, its gastronomy. We are going there this week, taking advantage of the fact that last year the remains of the chapel of Santiago were declared an Asset of Cultural Interest (BIC). Join us!
Far West TerritoryToday, many people choose their tourist destination in places that have been used as improvised movie sets. The Region of Madrid is home to more than thirty municipalities that are divided into four routes, inviting us to explore where important western productions were made. We invite you to discover it with us!
1,2,3… ¡FOTO!The town of Alcalá de Henares, in collaboration with the Region of Madrid, invites children and young people between the ages of 8 and 17 to participate in the workshop program '1, 2, 3... ¡FOTO!', where they will discover photography as the inventors of the 19th century, while creating their first images. You have time to participate until March 28th!
New season of the ‘Tren de Felipe II’On February 22nd, a new season of the 'Tren de Felipe II' will begin, a tourist train, with which you will travel across time, while getting to know the cultural heritage of San Lorenzo de El Escorial. Through the existing travel packs, you will have access to different guided visits. Choose yours!
A tour of the world at the BNEOn the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the first round-the-world trip, the Spanish National Library is hosting the exhibition 'Una vuelta al mundo en la BNE' until 16 April, which will help to explore the meaning of travelling around the Earth and its relationship with the worlds of books. The access is free, get your ticket now!