This tour takes visitors around the most iconic spots of the Stadium Santiago Bernabeu and includes the players’ dressing rooms where few can resist having their photo taken next to their favourite player’s locker. It also explores the history of Real Madrid in the Trophies Exhibition, which houses the club’s trophy collection plus thousands of items that are part of its heritage. There are also interactive screens showing fascinating audio-visual content which brings the team's history alive.
The Prado Museum is the crown jewel of one of the capital’s most visited tourist itineraries: the Paseo del Arte (Art Walk). Its walls are lined with masterpieces from the Spanish, Italian and Flemish schools, including Velázquez’ Las Meninas and Goya’s Third of May, 1808. Its collection comprises 8,600 paintings and over 700 sculptures.
Faunia is a biological park (a botanical garden and a zoological park at the same time) covering some 140,000 square metres. Dedicated to nature, it offers visitors different ecosystems including the jungle, the polar regions and the African forests.
Home to the Kings of Spain from Charles III to Alfonso XIII, Madrid's Royal Palace takes us on a journey through the history of Spain. Though it is no longer the royal family's home, it continues to be their official residence.
The Museum is located in the same house, built in 1910, where the painter lived with his family. Born in Valencia in 1863, Sorolla is considered the supreme painter of Mediterranean light, which he interpreted and brought to life like no other. He had a successful life, as evidence