A Monday in Madrid

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Madrid never rests, but it does slow down the pace on Mondays. Although you will find that a number of museums and landmarks in the city close on the first day of the week, many others remain open, so there is no excuse not to pack in all kinds of activities during your visit. The following is a selection of everything you can see on Mondays in the city: from monuments and exhibitions to all kinds of shows.



Calle Bailén , s/n

Paseo del Prado, s/n

Callejón Fuenterrabía, 2

Plaza de Murillo, 2

Calle Santa Isabel, 52

Paseo del Prado, 36

Calle de Castelló, 77

Paseo de Recoletos, 41

Parque Casa de Campo, s/n

Parque Casa de Campo, s/n

Carretera M-301, Km 15,5

Calle del Príncipe de Vergara, 146

Ronda de Valencia, 2

Calle Preciados, 28

Calle de Alcalá, 49

Calle de Alcalá, 62

Calle Mayor, 69

Plaza de la Cibeles, 2

Calle de Alcalá, 44

Paseo de la Castellana, 214

Calle Mateo Inurria, 2

Paseo de la Castellana, 214

  • Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city and get lost in this stunning park that no one should leave Madrid without visiting. 

    El Retiro Park
  • Close to the Feria de Madrid lies one of the most surprising parks in Madrid. Don’t miss its almond trees in blossom at the end of winter! 

    Quinta de los Molinos
  • These gardens occupy the central part of this Madrid plaza, one of the biggest and most high-traffic of the city.

    Plaza de España gardens
  • Found in the former location of the Royal Palace's stables, this quaint park is a wonderful place from which to watch the sun set.

    Sabatini Gardens
  • Designed by Manuel Herrero Palacios, this funeral monument was brought stone by stone from Egypt.

    Temple of Debod Gardens
  • A fabulous English-style garden in Hapsbug Madrid with the Royal Palace in the background.

    Campo del Moro Park
  • Running along the bank of the Manzanares River, this beautiful new park is the perfect place to have a long, laid-back lunch and spend the afternoon strolling, cycling or simply people-watching.

    Madrid Río Park
  • This small gem, hidden in Latina, retains all the charm and the original structure.

    Palacio del Príncipe de Anglona Gardens
  • A secret garden in Hapsburg Madrid with fruit trees and an 18th-century bronze fountain.

    Huerto de las Monjas
  • One of the best places to watch the sun set in Madrid, known popularly as 'the park of the seven boobs'. 

    Cerro del Tío Pío Park
  • One of the most representative places of this neighbourhood, it has some sculptures that replicate the famous Guisando Bulls.

    Moratalaz Park
  • Quinta de los Molinos
  • Jardines del Templo de Debod
  • Parque del Cerro del Tío Pío
  • Parque de Moratalaz. Toros de Guisando
Gourmet Markets
  • One of the most emblematic traditional markets of Madrid converted into a gourmet paradise, close to the Plaza Mayor.

    San Miguel Market
  • The most sophisticated face of gastronomy is found in this modern market in Chueca.

    San Antón Market
  • A new dining space in the Salamanca District.

    Platea Madrid
  • Tradition and innovation in a street market designed to showcase the most select gastronomy.

    San Ildefonso Market
  • Enjoy a new gastronomic experience in the heart of Madrid.

    Gourmet Experience (Callao)
  • El Corte Inglés has opened a seven-star Gourmet Experience right in the heart of Madrid's Golden Mile, at its Serrano 52 store.

    Gourmet Experience (Serrano)
  • Mercado de San Antón
  • Vista de la Plaza de Callao y calle Gran Vía desde Gourmet Experience (Callao)


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