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El Rastro is the most popular open air flea market in Spain. It is held every Sunday and public holiday during the year and is located between Calle Embajadores and the Ronda de Toledo (just south of La Latina metro station and Puerta de Toledo station). Along Plaza de Cascorro and La Ribera de…
Vintage clothes, art and furniture, beers and tapas all in one place. Seriously?
If you are going to stay in madrid Sunday morning there is not a better thing to do than going to "El Rastro", a street market that opens only once a week and has basically anywhting u can imagine. Carefull with the wallets.
Los domingos!! Te recomendamos que madrugues un poco aunque sea domingo para no encontrarte en una verdadero hormiguero de gente. Un mercado en la calle donde puedes adquirir cualquier tipo de objeto la ribera de curtidores es la calle principal del rastro aunque en las calles aledañas es donde ser…
Sunday morning local street market. An interesting place to browse through on Sunday mornings in Madrid where you might find a nice handmade souvenir or piece of art etc. Just up the street.
If you are in Madrid on a Sunday to walk around the Rastro (huge flee market) is a must, You will be able to find second hand clothing, vintage stuff in general, or stylish t-shirts, hand made jewelry. Whike shopping or wandering you will have the chance to get to eat (tapas) or drink (vermut).
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“This is a huge open green park in the center of Madrid. Locals and tourists alike walk here to relax and meet with friends. The lake in the middle is large and a good place to walk around or have a picnic. There a few cafes, stalls, and even restaurants hidden throughout the park if you are looking for a place to sit. Meanwhile, the crystal palace near the lake typically has some kind of art or nature exhibition going on throughout the year. It´s a great place to unwind at the end of the end and you can also rent a paddleboat to go on the water itself. day and relax to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.”
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“Spain’s national museum of 20th-century art housing the works of Picasso incl. Guernica from 1937 and Dali.”
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“widely considered as one of the world’s finest collections of European art dating from the 12th century.”
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“2. Plaza Mayor The Plaza Mayor, located in the heart of the city a few minutes walk from the Puerta del Sol, is another of the essential places to visit in Madrid. This rectangular plaza 129 meters long and 94 wide, is surrounded by buildings and prominent places such as the Arco de Cuchilleros, the Casa de la Panadería, the most important building in the Plaza Mayor and the Statue of Felipe III, a gift from Duke of Florence.”
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“The Royal Palace of Madrid (Spanish: Palacio Real de Madrid) is the official residence of the Spanish royal family at the city of Madrid, although now only used for state ceremonies. The palace has 135,000 square metres (1,450,000 sq ft) of floor space and contains 3,418 rooms. It is the largest functioning royal palace and the largest by floor area in Europe.”
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