The city has many beautiful museums, delicious (tapas) restaurants, trendy shops, streetart neighbourhoods, Mercado de San Miguel and many more.
San Miguel is a covered, luxury market with 33 stalls where you can buy different tapas. From sushi to cheese and from fresh fruit to oysters. You can also get juices, wine and sangria.Open daily from 10 am to midnight. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday the market is open until 2 o’clock at night.
If your a streetart lover don’t hesitate to check out some neighbourhood as Malasaña, The Mercado de a Cebada, The Tabacalera Area in Embajadores
For those seeking one of the coolest places to stay in the city, you can’t go wrong here. The hotel is in a charming former palace that dates back to the 19th century with arched windows. Find the most stylish and vibrant neighbourhood CHUECA just a few steps away. The original central courtyard is now a quadruple-height lobby which, under the vision of Barcelona-based interior designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán, is the centrepiece of the hotel: A mix of oversized lamps and vases, retro sofas, art books and enviable 1970s-style coffee tables.
Dream away in Palacio Real.
Great and impressive is the Royal Palace of Madrid, the biggest palace of the world, which is also the working palace of the current king. The palace has more than 3000 rooms of which 50 can be seen during a tour.