Madrid – Where Landmarks Take Turns with Verdant

Madrid – Where Landmarks Take Turns with Verdant, Madrid, Spain (B)

My name is Francisco Goya. I am going to be your tour guide around the royal capital of Spain. A tiny pixie informed me that you have already marvelled at Barcelona’s resplendence. Gaudí had constructed a city that stupefies its visitors in every direction they look.

Now, I will ensure your jaws drop while you contemplate Madrid’s glorious splendour. Among other things, it is going to be a memorable jaunt around royal magnificence, an unforgettable trip around sheer grandeur, and an unparalleled journey through fine art. On this tour, I’ll play with your sanities and massage your beauty-yearning eyes while a popular attraction takes turns with a verdant park. Pack your fact-craving shoes and let’s dive in a world of coquettish charm and unadulterated magnetism.

Svet, we are standing in front of the grandiose Royal Palace of Madrid. Try capturing its astonishing exterior in a couple of shots, but let’s get our history-thirsty skates on as the heat is almost scorching in August. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Madrid – Where Landmarks Take Turns with Verdant
Guide Location: Spain » Madrid
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Svetoslav Dimitrov
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Royal Palace of Madrid
  • Palacio de la Zarzuela
  • Parque del Buen Retiro
  • Puerta de Alcala
  • Prado Museum
  • Madrid’s Atocha Station
  • El Corte Ingles
  • Plaza de Espana
  • Monument of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
  • Torre de Madrid
  • Edificio Espana
  • Western Park
  • Temple of Debod
  • Plaza Mayor
  • San Miguel Market
  • Puerta del Sol
  • Plaza Cibeles
  • Linares Palace
  • Bank of Spain
  • Buenavista Palace
  • Cybele Palace

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