Day Trips

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Your trip to Madrid can be more comprehensive if you visit the area around the city. You will discover monuments, cities and landscapes that have been declared UNESCO World Heritage sites. Furthermore, each town offers a full agenda of events as well as a wide range of culinary offerings.  

Discover the place where Miguel de Cervantes was born and the Complutense University, a key city in the history of the Spanish language.

Visit the Palace and the Gardens of the Royal Site and Town of Aranjuez, a town close to Madrid which has historically been linked to royalty.

Discover the amazing walls and the cathedral of this Medieval city where Jews, Christians and Muslims used to live together.

Next time you come to Madrid, don’t miss the chance to visit the mosque in the most important city of Al-Andalus, Córdoba.

This city-come-landscape famous for its “Hanging Houses” is less than one hour from Madrid by train.

Visit one of the greatest architectural exponents of the Spanish Golden Age, a monumental complex devised by Philip II.

The monumental city, home to a centuries-old university, is in the World Heritage Site list.

Discover the spectacular aqueduct and enjoy the food of this World Heritage city.

Quickly reached from Madrid, Toledo shows how Jews, Muslims and Christians could live together in harmony.


From one of the largest Royal Palace in Europe to Real Madrid's stadium, discover the city's most popular sights and attractions.

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Make your way up to the observation deck for stunning views of the city.

Climb on board and discover the city in a panoramic format.

Visit more than 50 museums and enjoy numerous discounts.