Madrid is a cosmopolitan city, full of culture, character and charisma. It really is a must see destination for anyone visiting Spain. Whether it is a short city break you are after, or a longer holiday where you visit the surrounding areas, Madrid is an amazing city.
You can spend days walking around and exploring this bustling Spanish city. With Madrid being the capital of Spain, it boasts fantastic shopping, excellent restaurants and central public gardens to relax in. The centralised Gran Via, is the perfect place to spend a day for those avid shoppers out there. Once you have burnt off those calories shopping, you can spend a leisurely lunch eating tapas at one of the many plazas. If you want a day of relaxing, you could visit the beautiful ornamental gardens of Plaza de Oriente.
Madrid is also very famous for its nightlife and you will more than likely find yourself eating dinner in the late hours of the night, while enjoying live music and dancing. If you are someone who loves culture and arts, you cannot go wrong in Madrid with a huge amount of galleries, museums, theatres, music venues and festivals.
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If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, there are many fascinating towns, cities, architectural sites and scenic landscapes within a few hours drive from Madrid.
Whether you are wanting to do a historic tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Toledo or be transported back in time and visit the ancient medieval walls of Avila, Coaches in Spain can arrange coach tours for groups of all sizes and interests. Get in touch today for a tailor made quote.
With yachts in the marina and the ‘Golden Mile’ of clubs, restaurants and hotels, Marbella is an attractive city on the Costa del Sol for sun-seekers, shoppers and those looking to experience adventure.
Market-lovers will love the laid-back city of Murcia, well-known for its Huerta, a zone of market gardens that sell fresh regional produce. Twinned with Miami, Murcia is in many ways similar to the city of Valencia.
A lively golden city built predominantly of sandstone, Salamanca is a unique city of Renaissance style, wonder and romance. Its central location makes it the perfect base to explore many fascinating Spanish towns and cities.