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Things to do in Madrid

  • Casa Florida

    A favorite of fashion designer Carolina Herrera, the Casa Florida flower shop is located in a two-story space within a 19th-century apartment build... More
  • Cellar Tours

    Based in Madrid, Cellar Tours takes private groups on luxury food and wine tasting trips throughout Europe, including Spain, Portugal, Italy, Franc... More
  • Centro Cultural Conde Duque

    Occasionally, an urban renewal project gets things right. Such is the case with this 18th-century military barracks turned cultural center, now the... More
  • CH Carolina Herrera

    With its smart red awnings, the CH Carolina Herrera boutique is located in a seven-story stone building in the Recoletos neighborhood. The shop, a ... More
  • Chez Pois

    Madrid is known for its children's clothing shops, like this Castellana neighborhood boutique that stocks brand-name garments for babies and childr... More
  • Children’s Artistic Impressions of Flight

    An ongoing exhibition of children’s artwork is displayed throughout all the airport’s terminals (the airport hosted more than 150 visits last year ... More
  • Church of San Antonio de la Florida

    In 1798 Francisco José de Goya painted the frescos in the Church of San Antonio de la Florida. The painter was later buried here, his remains moved... More
  • Círculo de Bellas Artes

    Housed in a 1926 Art Deco building, the Círculo de Bellas Artes (Circle of Fine Arts) is a cultural center that hosts a wide variety of lectures, f... More
  • Cortefiel

    Located on a traffic-heavy street that’s a main thoroughfare through central Madrid, this Cortefiel location sells women’s and men's apparel, inclu... More
  • Costello Club

    Spanish pop, rock, and jazz performers, from the truly local to national favorites, take the stage every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night at th... More
  • Del Diego Cocktail Bar

    At Madrid’s best cocktail bar, tuxedoed bartenders wield wooden batons to crack the ice that chills your martini glass, and the devilishly sweet vo... More
  • El Rastro

    Having started in the Middle Ages, El Rastro is a rambling 3,500-vendor market in the old streets of Madrid. The market begins at 9 a.m. on Sundays... More
  • El Retiro

    Madrid’s answer to New York’s Central Park is a warren of paths carved in green with a large, central man-made lake and plenty of space (330 acres)... More
  • Electra Rioja Gran Casino

    Postmodern bar in the corner of a small casino that pours wonderfully acidic Viña Soledad 2005, a white from Bodegas Franco-Españolas ($1.95); the ... More

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