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After the standstill generated by the COVID-19 crisis, we are gradually returning to normal. From here, we want to contribute to you to take it better and for it we invite you to see the region with other eyes. During the next weeks, you will discover many plans, so we encourage you to stay connected to our website, but below you will find a taste of what you can find...
The Region of Madrid tries to make known the region's heritage, and in its eagerness to make it available to everyone, it has created a website that includes ten of the last Goods of Cultural Interest that have been declared by the regional government since last September 2019.
Since May 25, and after leaving phase 0, you can now enjoy the three-periurban parks in the region, always complying with a series of preventive measures against COVID-19. Take advantage of this to tour the region through its parks!
On May 26, the museums of the Region of Madrid opened their doors. With important safety and hygiene measures it is now possible to visit your favourite art galleries, thus resuming your cultural activity. In the coming days, they will announce their schedule, but now, we will advanced you the protocols to follow.
For years the Region of Madrid has begun to highlight the so-called 'wine tourism', thanks in part to the wide variety of landscapes and wineries that we can find without leaving the region, and that since 1990 we have the Designation of Origin 'Wines of Madrid'. Find out with us in the brochure of 'Enoturismo en Madrid'!
While the moment, in which we can go out to the streets with total normality, comes, we invite you to discover the guide 'Living Tradition Madrid', so that you can start planning how you are going to travel through the thousand of corners that our region offers, and that you will have the opportunity to know through its traditions.
If last week we were travelling to San Lorenzo de El Escorial, this time we are going to visit another town in Madrid whose Cultural Landscape has been a World Heritage Site since 2001, to visit its Royal Palace. We are talking about Aranjuez, will you join us?
If you are already thinking about your first getaway after more than 60 days of confinement, the Sierra Norte offers you the calm and security you need to make the most of it. Don't think twice about it, and come to the most natural and rural tourist area in the Region of Madrid.
Discover our region through its fountains. This week, and in anticipation that little by little we will be back to normal, we propose you to explore the region through these constructions among which you will be able to see the best known, the most original and even the most touristy ones.
Taking advantage that during the next days, little by little we will recover a certain normality with the arrival of the so awaited 'phase 1', we propose you to discover the rich cultural and natural patrimony of the region through its gardens and parks. It's a pleasant walk that will take us to know the different times, tastes and tendencies.
The Region of Madrid, from the situation generated by the appearance of the coronavirus COVID-19, surprises us with a pioneering initiative in the region, based on the use of Big Data online. This is a tourism intelligence project in the Sierra de Guadarrama National Park, which seeks to improve the experience of its visitors. Below we reveal you the keys!
Tabacalera Promoción del Arte, proposes you in an easy and intuitive way, to visit from home the different exhibitions that have passed through its rooms or those that are still exposed, but that at the moment it is impossible to visit. Enjoy the culture with us!
The renowned sculptor from Valencia Mariano Benlliure, left his mark on the capital through different monuments. Now you have the opportunity to get to know his work up close thanks to four cultural tours of the capital, which we present to you today so that you can take them when we return to our longed-for normality. Let's get started!
In our effort to make the current period of confinement more bearable, because of the coronavirus, we encourage you to participate in different virtual activities, which will take place in the exhibition halls of the region, and which will include workshops, meetings, videos, virtual tours and even the free download of catalogues. Don't miss it!
Discover from home six centuries of architecture through a virtual journey in which you will visit the most emblematic buildings in the region, designed by the most illustrious architects who contributed to shaping the Region of Madrid. Will you join us?
Enjoy an authentic travel in space from home, thanks to the proposal of the Madrid Planetarium. A wide cultural offer that includes talks, information on galaxies, constellations and much more, which will fascinate you with its broad educational and scientific value. You no longer have an excuse, because you can access its online content whenever you want!
Thanks to the new technologies, we now have the possibility of visiting the museums without leaving home with the possibility of discovering curiosities and different details that perhaps in a visit we would miss. This is the case of the Museum of América, which in recent weeks has renewed its capacity to reach the public. Will you join us?
La Casa Encendida has created the online platform 'La Casa On', with which it aims to address cultural and social changes, moving part of its current activity, and with the aim of continuing once the confinement is over. This is a new window to culture, which we are telling you about today so that you don't miss anything.
The Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando organized the exhibition 'Ventura Rodríguez, architect of the Enlightenment' to commemorate the third centenary of the birth of this Spanish architect in 2017, which now you have the chance to see again online. #stayathome
Today we are going, virtually of course, to the town of Alcalá de Henares, to explore one of the most emblematic buildings of the Renaissance, we are talking about the Archbishop's Palace. Through an interesting reconstruction, carried out by the Regional Archaeological Museum, you can learn about its history. Do you want to join us?
From the Region of Madrid, we invite you to learn about the history of the region without leaving your home. Through our 'Castles Guide', you will travel back in time to the Middle Ages to learn first-hand about the history of the fortifications in the region. Are you in?
With the aim of promoting sustainable tourism, the Region of Madrid connects you to the well-known 'Green Ways'. These are magical, accessible and affordable routes that run along the old railway routes and respect nature. Stay with us to discover it!
We know you're ready to go out and eat up the world. We know that you are hungry for the outdoors, for landscapes, for bikes... but we also know that you are complying with the motto of staying at home. This time we want to propose you to change the armchair for the bicycle seat. Go out and stay... at home!
We will still have to wait until next autumn to enjoy the seventh edition of ¡Bienvenidos a Palacio!, but for now and in an effort to improve the confinement the Region of Madrid invites you to enjoy a preview, discovering in a virtual way three palaces: the Palace of Infante Don Luis, the Liria Palace or the Buenavista Palace.
Last March 27, coinciding with World Theatre Day, the Teatros del Canal opened a new space for virtual creation, we are talking about 'La Cuarta Sala del Canal', which through its social networks, will surprise you with different cultural content. We are waiting for you!
In 2018 Dario Villalba, one of the most influential Spanish artists of the last decades, died. As a tribute, last year the Sala Alcalá 31 hosted the exhibition 'Pop soul. Encapsulados & Otros', which now you have the opportunity to visit virtually.
With the aim of generating interest in science in the younger audience, while breaking gender stereotypes, the National Museum of Natural Sciences, makes available to the children 5 stories starring researchers from the museum itself. Discover them with us!
If you missed the exhibition 'En medio del tiempo' hosted by the Sala Canal de Isabel II, now you have the opportunity to see it virtually and discover the more than 130 photographs with which the Madrid artist José Antonio Carrera reflects on the city of New York and its inhabitants.
Located in the old warehouse of the industrial complex linked to the Goyeneche Palace, the Nuevo Baztán Interpretation Centre is well worth a visit. This week we will travel there, virtually of course, to get to know its exhibition, to go through its history, and to see Juan de Goyeneche's initial project. Let's start!
The spring has begun, and as always the parks and gardens are radiant thanks to the beautiful colours provided by the flowers. As it is not possible to walk around at the moment, camera in hand, to immortalize the moment, we encourage you to do so virtually thanks to the initiative 'Vivir los parques'.
The scenic arts can also be enjoyed from home, so lovers of this modality are in luck since from the website of Teatroteca, they will have access to more than 1000 plays for all audiences, which they will be able to watch in streaming. Curtain up...!
Since last March, and due to the current situation we are experiencing, the Reina Sofia Museum invites us more than ever to discover all the contents of its website, which has been enriched over the years, creating a real museum in parallel. Are you going to miss it?
The Region of Madrid offers reading lovers more than 10,000 books and 4,000 films through the eBiblio Madrid service, free of charge, to make quarantine more bearable. Below we tell you how to enjoy this cultural initiative.
If it is not possible to go to the circus during these days, we bring the circus at home thanks to the initiative of Cirque du Solei: Cirque Connect. This is a website with digital content, where you can enjoy in the front row of amazing images and videos of the audience's favourite shows. What are you waiting for?
The Railway Museum is another cultural centre that is opening its doors virtually during these weeks, so that you can delve into its history by exploring the museum online, see interesting exhibitions without leaving your home, read books and documents, and even children can participate in virtual exhibitions. Are you going to miss it?
Part of the actions carried out to celebrate the Centenary of Metro de Madrid, Chamartín station is hosting the exhibition of Historical Trains, which you can now enjoy virtually from your computer or mobile device. All aboard!
Filmoteca Española joins the initiative of other cultural institutions, and offers us an interesting programme to enjoy from home for free with 'El Doré en casa' and 'Restrospectiva Doré'. Below we reveal how... read on!
Since 2012, the Espacio Fundación Telefónica has been seeking to showcase 21st century culture, and has also become a suitable forum for debate and reflection, thanks to its exhibitions, talks and various activities. Now, more than ever, you have the opportunity to get to know all of what it has to offer without leaving home. Don't miss it!
The regional and central governments have taken different measures in relation to the evolution of the coronavirus (COVID-19). For this reason, from here we would like to help you to deal in a kinder way the situation in which we are.
Buitrago del Lozoya hosts the 'Museo Picasso - Colección Eugenio Arias', a gallery that was created thanks to the close friendship between the artist Pablo Ruiz Picasso and his barber, Eugenio Arias, and whose collection is mainly made up of the works that the artist gave to his friend. Now you have the opportunity to explore the museum virtually. Don't miss it!