Accessible Madrid

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  • Accessible tourism guides
  • Accessible accommodation
  • Accessible public transport
  • Useful links

Madrid is a top tourist destination, offering everything from art and culture to leisure and sports, as well as restaurants, shops and green spaces. There are so many places to go, so many things to do… And the city continues to improve its accessibility provisions so that all visitors can make the most of their trip to the Spanish capital.

The Madrid Council, in conjunction with Predif (an NGO representing people with disabilities) and other tourism organisations, has developed the Accessible Travel Guide, containing information on tourist sights for disabled visitors.

Our must-have guide will help you plan your visit to Madrid, whether you’re on holiday or business, providing information on accessible tours, useful tips, museums, theatres, cinemas, restaurants, etc. 



Embark on a breathtaking journey through seven centuries of art taking in works by the likes of El Greco, Canaletto, Monet, Degas, Toulouse-Lautrec, Hopper, Picasso, Dalí and Chagall.


Creative Spanish cuisine with high quality products in a fully accessible restaurant.

The museums on Paseo del Arte are committed to making themselves accessible to everyone.

Close to Paseo de la Castellana you can find this museum that allows blind people and people with visual disability to enjoy art.

  • Madrid is an accessible city, with step-free routes for people with disabilities.

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  • Company specialised in accessible urban routes thanks to its mobility scooter rental service.

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

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

And have fun this autumn with all the plans we’re proposing.