Spanish Generation of ’27

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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.

Founded in 1910, these halls have been the wellspring of a number of great Spanish artists of the 20th century, from Unamuno to Lorca and Dalí.

Open every day, this small palace gives us a glimpse of what life would have been like for a middle-class family in the 19th century. FREE ENTRY TILL 31 OCTOBER!

This unique nineteenth century building in the Literary Quarter houses many treasures.

A building from 1930s representative of the current Rationalist Modernity.


Step away from the hustle and bustle of the city and spend a few hours relaxing in one of Madrileños' favourite spots, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Download free maps and guides to the city to help you plan your trip.

Discover the city's most popular sights and attractions, from one of Europe's largest royal palaces to the magnificent Prado Museum and Real Madrid's stadium.