Madrid speaks to you in Spanish
Capital of a thousand options. Madrid, cheerful and awake at all hours, is famous for being an open city where people of all kinds and from all places mix. Seat of the Government of Spain, it has an important transport network that connects it with the whole country.
Culture and traditions
Walking through Madrid means finding emblematic places like its impressive Royal Palace, its Plaza Mayor with more than 400 years of history, its lively Puerta del Sol, its famous Gran Vía street full of stores or the four highest towers in all of Spain.
Much to discover
In addition to its well-known museums, its lively avenues with all kinds of stores, its restaurants with world cuisine or its incomparable nightlife, Madrid surprises with quiet historical corners full of charm where you can walk, with hundreds of traditional family taverns where friends meet for a drink, with neighborhoods of all styles and with cultural centers alternative to the more touristic circuits. Madrid has an authenticity difficult to match.
On the one hand, traditional taverns where you can discover what the “castizo” atmosphere is and why “going for tapas” is so much fun. On the other hand, avant-garde restaurants like DiverXO and traditional markets converted into new gourmet spaces like San Miguel.
Capital of sport, with soccer teams recognized around the world such as Real Madrid or Atlético de Madrid, it offers much more sport options. Basketball matches, athletics events and tennis tournaments at the highest level take place in Madrid. You can also enjoy practicing winter sports such as skiing, ice skating or snowboarding.
Internationally recognized universities and training centers are established in Madrid. They can complement the training that students receive from our schools.
Madrid’s location is privileged, offering the possibility of visiting nearby World Heritage Cities such as: San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Toledo, Segovia or Ávila.