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Best things to do in Madrid

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Tapas Restaurant
“a two levels great food choice, usually crowded at lunch, for real Madrid citizens:)”
70 locals recommend
“// Rooftop bar // Few places in Madrid have an aura as magical as the Royal Palace. Right in front of this emblematic building we find the Terrace of the Gardens of Sabatini, ideal to contemplate the sunset looking at the horizon and see how the tones of the sun that disappears mix with the green of the vegetation.”
65 locals recommend
“Gran Via is our main shopping street with shops like H&M, Bershka, Lefties, Zara, and more.”
59 locals recommend
“Take a stroll through Plaza de Oriente and you'll soon get in touch with Madrid's history—and some of its natural beauty, too. At the center, you will find a statue of King Philip IV on horseback, and surrounding the plaza, you will see rows of statues of Spanish kings. If you can swing it, you should definitely try to make it here for a sunset, when the sunlight gracefully highlights the surrounding buildings, the most notable of which is the Palacio Real. But, if you're here during the daytime, you'll definitely want to amble through the surrounding gardens—and soak up some spectacular natural beauty while you're at it. Address Plaza de Oriente, Madrid Duration 1 hr Hours Mon-Sun: All day Price Free”
57 locals recommend
Opera House
“Teatro Real (Royal Theatre) or simply El Real, as it is known colloquially, is a major opera house located in Madrid. Today the Teatro Real opera is one of the great theaters of Europe hosting large productions involving leading international figures in opera singing, musical direction, stage direction and dance. The theater offers visitors guided tours in several languages, including the auditorium, stage, workshops and rehearsal rooms. Founded in 1818 and inaugurated on 19 November 1850, it closed in 1925 and reopened in 1966. Beginning in 1988 it underwent major refurbishing and renovation works and finally reopened in 1997 with a capacity of 1,746 seats. ”
43 locals recommend
“Great restaurant!. The restaurant is very large and is pleasant for couples and groups. The food is varied and beautifully decorated.”
30 locals recommend
“Concerts, monologues and theme nights in a classical theater converted into a nightclub with an eclectic atmosphere.”
45 locals recommend
“This is the most traveled street in Europe. High concentration of shops! Near Puerta del Sol.”
53 locals recommend
“Any Restaurant will please you...Beer is one of the most important resources due to the heat and thirst...Bocadillo de calamares and of course champignones al ajillo...”
27 locals recommend
“Trendy neighbourhood with lots of bars and small streets to walk down. Lots of plazas and shopping.”
64 locals recommend
“Because is the first European classical stylish Bar in Madrid and it is cool.”
62 locals recommend
“Jardín neoclásico del Palacio Real, con 3 terrazas, fuentes, estatuas y eventos al aire libre. --- Neoclassical garden of the Royal Palace, with 3 terraces, fountains, statues and outdoor events.”
19 locals recommend
“One of the oldest theatres in Madrid, build in 1879. You can watch the play "Burundanga", the musical "La Llamada", and many others.”
30 locals recommend
Opera House
“One of Europe's greatest opera houses/theatres. Worth checking to see if there's anything on while you're visiting!”
45 locals recommend
“The most famous "plaza" (or square) in Madrid (also one of the most beautiful!)”
18 locals recommend
Spanish Restaurant
“Traditional restaurant making cocido stew, XVIIth century style in clay pots, very near to the flat. A filling meal. ”
56 locals recommend