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Madrid is a massive city with many things to see, do and taste. It’s easy to spend days exploring the different streets, barrios and districts. But, what if you don’t have multiple days to devote to the Spanish capital?
Fear not! With a little hustle, you can easily explore and take in the major sights, sounds, smells and tastes of Madrid in just 24 hours or less.
Templo de Debod
Kick off your day at Templo de Debod. This Egyptian temple was gifted to Spain in 1968 as a gesture of thanks for sending resources to help stop a flood in 1960. It was moved to Madrid and rebuilt to mirror the way it had stood in Egypt, and today is a very popular meeting place for Madrileños.
After admiring the architecture, walk to the back of the park and take in the spectacular views of Madrid, Casa de Campo park as well as the Royal Palace.
Jardínes de Sabatini
From Templo de Debod make your way towards the Royal Palace. En route, take a small detour through theJardínes de...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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