What’s On in Madrid

  • The museum has reopened to the public with a unique exhibition which sees its most iconic artworks displayed together for the first time (Prado Museum - Central Gallery. Till 29 November).

  • Reencuentro

Don’t miss the weekly Changing of the Guard held every Wednesday and Saturday, from 10am to 12 noon.


An exhibition that addresses the role of women in the Spanish art system in the 19th and 20th centuries (Prado Museum. Till 14 March).

The largest retrospective devoted to the Colombian artist in Europe, bringing together 67 large-format works (CentroCentro. 17 Sept to 7 Feb).

After the thrill of the summer races, comes a packed autumn season, from 10 September to 29 December!

The 23rd edition of PHotoESPAÑA features exhibitions and digital projects in museums and art centres (Various locations. 25 Jun-31 Oct).

Don't miss

Velázquez’s Meninas have once again wandered off onto the streets of Madrid (15 Oct-15 Dec).

The beloved opera legend Maria Callas returns to the stage a hologram, singing to the accompaniment of a full live orchestra (Gran Teatro Bankia Príncipe Pío. Friday. Till 13 November).

One of the best tenors on the music scene today is giving an extraordinary concert to raise money for the Madrid Musical Youth String-Piano-Singing Scholarships (National Music Auditorium – Sala Sinfónica. 3 November).

This autumn the capital will once again swing to jazz! (5-29 November)

Yllana and Primital Bros star in this a cappella comedy (Teatro Alfil. 5 November).

The Spanish cycling race will once again hold its final leg through the streets of Madrid (8 November).

Selection of works by the Dutch artist, founder of Neoplasticism, abstract art with a multi-disciplinary approach (Reina Sofia Museum - Edificio Sabatini. 11 Nov-1 Mar 2021).

The country’s best performing arts festival is back with more than 50 stage proposals (Different venues. 12-29 November).

All Saints’ Day, Halloween, Day of the Dead... Madrid merges the tradition of these three cultures and celebrates this day in style.  


Make your way up to the observation deck of the former transmissions tower and enjoy a stunning view of the city.

Take in the city's top sights on board our hop on hop off bus, equipped with audio guides in 14 languages.

And exchange your 200 Welcome Puntos Madrid for fantastic spring plans.

  • Find official coronavirus guidance and resources for visiting Madrid safely and for protecting yourself and those around you.
    Last updated: 30/10/2020

    Coronavirus: Latest information and advice
  • Campaña Madrid en manos de todos. Frenar el contagio y mantener la situación bajo control depende, en gran medida, de nuestra responsabilidad individual. Proteger a nuestros mayores, vecinos y amigos está en manos de todos.


On 9 October a partial lockdown was ordered in the city of Madrid and eight other towns in the Madrid region. Under the new restrictions, residents are not allowed to leave the city unless they have to make an essential journey.


  • Take a peek at our selection of the most important events taking place in Madrid and start planning your next visit!

    Madrid Events Calendar: 2020-2021
  • Piet Mondrian, Composición con rojo, negro, amarillo y gris, 1921. Óleo sobre lienzo, 39,5 x 35 cm, Kunstmuseum Den Haag © Mondrian // Holtzman Trust
  • All public parks and gardens in the city are once again fully open to the public.

    Parks and Gardens
  • Lago de la Casa de Campo