Madrid – Where Landmarks Take Turns with Verdant

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

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))
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  
Author: Svetoslav Dimitrov
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