Despite a few exaggerated reports coming out of Spain, the tourism in Madrid is still some of the best that you will find in the world. With access to world-class soccer matches, incredible arts and culture, and some huge events across the board, Madrid should still be on your radar for an upcoming getaway.
The new Bernabeu Stadium Tour in the city of Madrid, Spain, is now a reality. The museum, now much more modern, interactive, and audiovisual, includes two new rooms: the “Best Club in History” and an area in honor of Alfredo Di Stefano. Open to the public for 363 days and with close to a million visitors, the Bernabeu Tour is one of the city's main tourist attractions, and it receives visitors from all kinds of countries. In this way, Real Madrid continues with its commitment to continual improvement and renovation and takes another step with this project to bring its trademark, history, tradition, and values closer to fans all over the world. Read More
While we’re just gearing up to celebrate World Pride in Toronto next year, already the 2017 city has been chosen—Madrid. This won’t be the first major LGBT event for the city, next year it will play host to the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association’s Global Convention. Read more
“The Indian Queen,” a semi-opera by British composer Henry Purcell, will make its world premiere at the Teatro Real in Madrid, Spain. This performance will present a spectacle of dance, music, literature, theatre, and the visual arts. Read More