Where to visit if you have only one day in Madrid? After checking out where are the must see places and yet we can do some shopping at Gran Via. We decided to visit the Retiro Park, whereby it is accessible to the few most photographed buildings and monuments in Madrid.
When we were planning our day trip to Avila and Segovia, we were contemplating if we should rent a car or join a local tour. After taking into consideration the cost of the car rental vs local tour, we decided to go with a local tour.
We booked our day tour via Viator and the 8-hour tour cost 80EUR (per person, lunch not included). You can opt for the tour with lunch included (cost will differ).
Our first stop in Madrid, Santiago Bernabéu Stadium Tour, the place where we wanted to visit when we were planning our itinerary. This is one of the must visit place, even though you are not a hard core soccer fan. You can get to look into the history room and behind the scene of the stadium.
We booked this apartment, Eric Vökel Atocha, based on the well-taken photos from the website, and I must say, we are not disappointed at all. The apartment definitely meet our expectations during our stay in Eric Vökel Atocha, although the apartment differs slightly from what we see from the website.
I couldn’t find words to describe how we enjoyed our stay here and the apartment is just a short walking distance from the train station. Please do consider staying here when you are in Madrid.
Planning a trip to Spain and is looking up for some information for your upcoming trip. Wanted to know more about Spain Railway network, and unsure what kind of pass or where the tickets can be bought.
For a better understanding of the Renfe Rail network in Spain, the content of the post will be written as simple as possible with some tips and information available. I will be covering my itinerary where we ride on the high-speed rail, starting off from Barcelona Station and heading off to different cities covering Madrid, Granada, Sevilla, and Cordoba.