Davis Cup Finals 2019For the first time, the capital city will host the in Madrid the Davis Cup by Rakuten Madrid Finals. Thus, from 18 to 24 November, the Caja Mágica will become the meeting point for lovers of this sport, as for a week will bring together the 18 best tennis teams in the world to see who wins the Davis Cup title. A sporting event not to be missed!
Brueghel: The Fascinating World of Flemish ArtUntil 12 April 2020, the Palacio de Gaviria is hosting the exhibition 'Brueghel: The Fascinating World of Flemish Art', organised by Arthemisia España. This is a unique opportunity to discover the work of this Dutch dynasty, which marked a turning point in the history of European art between the 16th and 17th centuries.
Circo de Hielo 2Don't miss 'Circo de Hielo 2', a show that will captivate children and adults, which will be on IFEMA until 12 January. Under the big tent, you will find an impressive ice rink, where a singular show will take place, which fuses acrobatic dance on skates with the most contemporary circus, thanks to artists from different disciplines. Don't let them tell you about it!
I Jornadas Aranjuez [En]Clave de MúsicaThe city of Aranjuez surprises us from 19th to 24th November with the 'Jornadas Aranjuez [En]Clave de Música', whose aim is none other than to become the 'Ciudad de la Música' (City of Music), and to celebrate this festival every year, which in its first edition includes a complete programme with exhibitions, concerts, conferences and much more. Discover it with us!
Route in La Pedriza by the Manzanares River poolsAlthough the low temperatures seem that have come to stay, lovers of hiking, always find a good excuse to enjoy a day in touch with nature, breathing fresh air, and engraving in his retina the wonderful landscapes that find in their path. This week we go to La Pedriza, to explore the route through the pools of the Manzanares River, and learn a little more about the beauty of our region. Dress on warm clothes and comfortable footwear, because... let's get started!
Programme of accessible guided visitsNow sightseeing in the capital is more accessible than ever, thanks to the 'programme of accessible guided visits' proposed by the Madrid City Council. From Thursday to Sunday, during the months of November and December, people with disabilities and the person accompanying them who so wish can take part in one of the four free itineraries proposed, which will take them to the most interesting places in the historic centre of the city. Let's get started!