Here are the 6 most visited monuments of Madrid

The Palacio Real or Royal Palace is the largest and one of the most beautiful palaces in Europe. While it is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family in the city of Madrid, it is only used for state ceremonies.

The royal family resides at the more modest Palacio de la Zarzuela. The palace is ornate with paintings, sculptures and history. It is a definite must visit in Madrid!

Will I be able to finish the entire palace in one visit? What should I focus on? Find out more.More Details>
The Mercado de San Miguel is an old, beautiful, lively market filled with some of the best tapas choices in Madrid. It is a short walk from Plaza Mayor, so there's no excuse to skip it!

There’s something for everyone here: meats, cheeses, small dishes, chocolate, fruit, wine, gourmet dishes, etc. With so many choices, be sure to come on an empty stomach!More Details>
The Temple of Debod is an ancient authentic Egyptian temple that stood in Egypt for centuries.

During the construction of Aswan dam, the temple was dismantled, transported to Madrid and rebuilt in Parque de la Montana, not far from Plaza de España.

The temple offers amazing views of the stunning Guadarrama Mountains and is surreal at sunsets. More Details>
The Catedral de la Almudena is a major landmark in Madrid. Located just next to the El Palacio Real, it is a symbol of the religious history of the city. The outside is mismatched and done in several different styles, which reflect the hundreds of years that it took to build the cathedral.More Details>
The Basilica de San Francisco el Grande is among the most unique and grandest structures in the city of Madrid. However, most tourists often overlook it on their tours of Madrid. This is a must see attraction and it has one of the largest domes in Spain as well as the whole world.More Details>
Located in the heart of Madrid, The Plaza de Cibeles is a photography powerhouse and a popular tourist destination. The magnificent square is situated between three districts in Madrid namely Retiro, Centro and Salamanca. The spectacular fountain of the goddess Cibele at the centre of the plaza is one of Madrid’s most beautiful and has become a Madrid icon.More Details>

Map : Madrid Monuments

Address Details

1 : Madrid Royal Palace
Calle de Bailén, s/n, 28071, Madrid

2 : Mercado de San Miguel
Plaza de San Miguel, s/n 28005, Madrid

3 : Templo de Debod
Calle Ferraz, 1, 28008, Madrid

4 : Catedral de la Almudena
Calle de Bailén, 10, 28013 Madrid, Madrid

5 : Basilica de San Francisco
C/ San Buenaventura, 1, 28005, Madrid

6 : Plaza de Cibeles
Calle Alcala y Paseo de Recoletos, 28014, Madrid

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