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A golden metropolis, Madrid’s centre beats with the passion of a Latin heart. From its stunning architecture where medieval mansions and royal palaces stand side by side with baroque confections and contemporary buildings, to its massive art collections, it’s a place you’ll never tire of visiting.
As the capital and largest city in Spain, Madrid crams around 3.3 million people into its boundaries and, in addition to being known for its awe-inspiring cultural and artistic heritage, it’s also renowned for its lively and vibrant nightlife.
One of the largest airports in Europe, Madrid’s Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Baraja Airport has four terminals, so arriving here can be a little chaotic.
However, you can jump the queues for taxis or trains and travel to the centre in style by booking your Madrid airport transfers with RentABus.com.
The heart of the city, busy Puerto del Sol is a great place to start your exploration of the city. Big and bustling, you’ll find street performers and the odd pick pocket too, plying their trades next to the Statue of King Charles III or the famous Bear and the Madroño Tree Statue.
Equally impressive is the Plaza Mayor, which was once the venue for numerous bullfights, markets, tournaments and even executions. Stop off a while for a coffee in one of the many cafes or restaurants, or buy a souvenir or two from the tourist shops that ring the square.
One thing that brings people back to Madrid again and again is the quality of its art. Even if you’re not an avid art lover, you can’t fail to be impressed by the works on show from Masters such as Goya and Velázquez, Picasso and Dalí, together with pieces from other notable European artists.
The best place to see these masterpieces is the world famous Museo del Prado which houses over 7,000 pieces, closely followed by the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza – a private collection of European art, and the Centro de Arte Reina Sofia where you’ll get to see Guernica by Picasso, Spain’s most famous artwork.
However, there are also many other art galleries should you wish to explore more.
And, if you need a break from all that artwork, the gardens of El Retiro are the ideal place to catch your breath.
You’ll find immaculately landscaped lawns, marble monuments, an artificial lake, and the very elegant Palacio de Cristal, a magnificent structure made of metal and glass.
With a reputation for a lively nightlife, no trip to Madrid would be complete without letting your hair down and sampling some of what’s on offer.
For starters, the city has more bars than any other city in the world, and the people of Madrid love to party until dawn. Don’t miss the flamenco show at the Corral de la Moreria where you’ll be treated to performances from some of the best flamenco musicians and dancers in the world and you’ll get to enjoy some traditional Spanish food too.
But remember, if you do decide to join the fun, make sure you’ve booked one of our Madrid minibus rentals to ensure you get home safely after your night out.
With our fleet of modern coaches, minibuses and limousines, RentABus should be your first port of call if you’re looking for reliable and affordable minibus or coach rentals in Madrid.
We’re here to provide all your group transportation needs, from airport transfers to sightseeing tours of Madrid. Get in touch with us now, and let’s show you why we’re fast becoming one of the leading minibus rental companies in Madrid and throughout Europe.