The iVenture smart card is the best way to see all the important attractions in Madrid. Convenient, flexible, and economical, the card provides…
Visit Toledo, the City of 3 Cultures, and tour its historical center that’s cherished as a national monument. You’ll travel from Madrid to one of the…
Hop on board this open-top double-decker bus for a comprehensive sightseeing tour of Madrid. On these 2 comprehensive routes you will see everything…
Visit Madrid's largest bullring, the Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas; one of the city's most important cultural landmarks. This short tour of José…
Learn about the world of Spanish sherries with the help of the original tasting audio guide. Taste 6 different top quality wines accompanied by the…
Attractions in Madrid
- 1Golden Triangle of Art
- 2Museo del Prado
- 3Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
- 4Puerta del Sol
- 5Plaza Mayor, Madrid
- 6Gran Via
- 7Plaza de España, Madrid
- 8Palacio Real
- 9Plaza de la Villa
- 10Almudena Cathedral
- 11Royal Palace of Madrid
- 12Alcala Gate
- 13Teatro Real
- 14Temple of Debod
- 15Paseo del Prado
- 16Puente de Segovia
- 17Paseo de la Castellana
- 18Metropolis Building
- 19Plaza de Cibeles
- 20Plaza Colon, Madrid
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What People Are Saying About Madrid
Everything was good. The audio was clear. Announcing the number of the stops was good, too.
This was a great decision as having 3 days in Madrid ,it gave us an overall view of this beautiful city! Gave us ideas of where we would like to return to .Buses were frequent and well organised, helpful staff and useful information. Would thoroughly recommend.
Great tour bus to get around the city quickly. Recommend sitting up top when they shade the very back. It was amazing and not too hot up there even with 80'F weather.
We found this to be a convenient way to see Madrid during our 2 day stay. Hop on hop off was a great way. The first day we took the Route 1 bus for a complete tour of the city and along the way we jotted down what we wanted to see. Then took it around again and got off and on and we usually only waited at most 15 minutes for the next bus and continued on to the next place to see. The second day we did shopping using the bus again and then time it to that the last run around 845 - 9 PM to see Madrid at night. You pay online for the specific day or days and then you MUST print you ticket on paper and take it with you and present it at any of THEIR stops when you board and then you will get your permanent ticket.
Madrid is an excellent city with so much to see and do. This is the best way of seeing. Very frequent service and it runs to 22.00. Highly recommend