Poets, painters, filmmakers and musicians saw Madrid as the city of opportunity. And Madrid saw passion, youth, art and commitment in them. Today, you can feel the piano that García Lorca used to play, take a leisurely stroll across Juan Ramón Jiménez’s favourite park, see the balconies of their homes, walk the streets they used to walk and follow in their footsteps in the Spanish capital.
Calle Pinar, 21-23
Calle San Mateo, 13
Calle Prado, 21
Calle Rodríguez San Pedro, 72
Plaza de la Independencia, 7
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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