Madrid Hotel Guide

Madrid is Spain's capital and is its largest city. The city is on the Manzanares River and is in the center of the country. Due to this location, Madrid is considered to be the most important political and economic area in the country.

Madrid has a population of just over 3 million people. It was at one time the capital of the Spanish empire and is full of many prevailing museums. Although the Madrid site has been settled for many thousands of years, it was originally found around the 9th century when a palace was ordered to be built there by Mehmed I.

Many people visiting Madrid were attracted to the many charm of the city. The city has a Mediterranean climate and the best time to visit is in the spring. During this time the weather is excellent and the city is not full of tourists.

Madrid is a city that has lots of things for you to do. It is known for the many museums it has, and those who enjoy art and history would like to visit the Museo del Prado. You will also be impressed by the many boulevards and places. If you want to see the remains of an 18th century hospital that has been transformed into a museum, you would like to visit Centro de Arte Reina SofĂ­a.

Football, known as football in Spain, is extremely popular and travelers who enjoy playing sports want to play or see professional competitions. Madrid has one of the world's best football teams. If you enjoy playing less active sports such as golf, there are many parks available, but Golf Park is open to all.

If you enjoy the swimming pool, the hotel has a swimming pool and a fitness center. When it comes to nightlife in Madrid, you can party all night if you want it at the many dance clubs that are available. Madrid is known all over the world for its festive culture.

When it comes to food, Madrid has a strong Spanish cuisine because of its many immigrants from Spanish countries. It also offers French, Indian and North African dishes. You will also find delicious seafood and great desserts.

Madrid, like most of Spain, is one of Europe's most affordable areas. This is good news for backpackers and budget travelers. It is possible for the most economical travelers to spend as low as 20 euros a day by staying at the cheapest places and making their own food.



Source by Rahul Viz