We have just launched a sister site called Madrid Tourist Guide, and it has been designed to answer all your tourism questions much like our Barcelona site. As always we've focused on the essential tourist information for planning your trip like transport, accommodation, nightlife and how to spend your leisure time if you are visiting Madrid for your holidays.
The new site is packed with useful tips to help you save time and money, and it's written by people who live full time in Madrid giving you an insider personal experience of living in the city and tips that will make your visit extra special.
You'll find the Madrid site is written in a down to earth and practical manner, with no hype or gimmicky publicity.
You'll find the new site easy navigate and designed to help you find your answers as quickly and easily as possible. We have provided a navigation system down the left hand side of this page that you can click for more detailed information on the key Madrid tourism subjects. These include: Madrid Tours; Accommodation; Transport; Things to see; Things to do, and access to an up to date weather report. There's also a link to a currency converter.
The home page of the Madrid Tourist Guide explains clearly how to use the site to get the exact information you need to help you plan your trip, in the quickest and most efficient way.
If you can't see what you are looking for on the main menu, then simply type in what you are searching for into the search box which you can find at the top of every page on the site and a list of links to relevant articles that will answer your question will appear.
The Madrid Tourist Guide has photographs throughout its pages. So you can see exactly what the attraction, or hotel, or even more practical things, like the ticket machine in the metro - look like. And because the writer has personally experienced everything that is contained within the pages of the Guide, you'll find handy tips highlighted in red, that will help you save time and provide you with insider information.
Madrid is a city of culture, and the Madrid Tourist Guide takes you around the most popular museums in the city. Looking through its pages, you'll also be able to see at a glance, some of the hottest nightspots - whatever your taste in music and entertainment. There's plenty of information about places to take the children too, and the prices and opening hours of each attraction are given, so that you can plan ahead.
You'll be able to find out so many interesting things about Madrid in just a few minutes, that you'll be planning your trip there in no time. The Madrid Tourist Guide can answer your questions about every aspect of your holiday in Madrid.