A daily walk around Madrid
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A daily walk around Madrid

2.5 hours
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You will get to know the brightest and most interesting sides of the Spanish capital. You will see the main squares and royal palaces, the avant-garde and aristocratic neighborhoods, the crossroads of 10 streets and the literary cafe where García Lorca loved to visit.


  • Get to know the most famous landmarks of the Spanish capital
  • See avant-garde neighborhoods and pompous palaces
  • Learn about Madrid's long history
  • Get a sense of the city's atmosphere.
  • Get helpful hints for travelers
  • Guide services

Important to know:

  • Tour reservations close 24 hours in advance.
  • There may be more than 15 people in the group, as no tickets are purchased for children.
  • The tour runs on two daily alternating routes. A map of the route and schedule can be found in the photo section.
  • The tour is completely pedestrian. Along the way you can make convenient stops and take photo breaks to get the best view of the sights.
  • The tour is held without headphones.
  • A question and answer session awaits you at the end of the tour: you can ask the guide any questions about Madrid, discuss the tour and exchange impressions!

Learn about the historical periods Madrid has undergone and how to view the city to fall in love with its unique atmosphere.

We lead the tour on 2 rich itineraries that alternate every other day.

On the Red Route you'll visit the avant-garde Chueca neighborhood, which, as the people of Madrid themselves say, has everything from elegant boutiques to old tavernas, from antique shops to modern art galleries. See the pompous palaces of the Marqués Linares and Longoria, the aristocratic quarter and gallery district, the Platea gastronomic center and the San Anton market. And to feel the pulse of Madrid, go to Columbus Square, where many interesting events took place.

Choosing the Blue Route, you will visit the old Prado Alley and the famous art triangle of Madrid, see the oldest drama theater in Spain and the houses where Cervantes and Lope de Vega lived. You'll visit the Suicide Bridge and the Crossroads of Kisses, see the beautiful Almudena Cathedral and the Royal Palace, and explore Madrid's most luxurious plazas. You'll also visit the famous local chocolate shop, San Ginés, and an old literary cafe frequented by García Lorca, Picasso and Salvador Dali.

Atmosphere of the city and tips for travelers
Each site on our itinerary collides with a new image of Madrid, and only by looking at them together can you get an idea of the true spirit and character of the city. The old taverns, the bustling main squares and centuries-old buildings will make sense to you and your stay will be a truly pleasant encounter with colorful Madrid. We'll tell you where to go on your own, where to try the local cuisine, and which suburbs are a must-see.

Free cancellation

Plans are subject to change, and sometimes unexpectedly. So you can cancel your event free of charge 24 hours before the start.
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Meeting point

Plaza Cibeles, 1, 28014 Madrid, Spain

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