3 Days in Madrid Itinerary Story

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Introduction

3 Days in Madrid Itinerary Story

Considered as one of the liveliest city's in Europe, Madrid is the capital city of...

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Day 1

Get to Know Madrid

Madrid is the place where your Spain trip has to start. It has numerous sights...

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Day 1 - Stop 1

Have breakfast at Atocha Train Station

Established in 1851, Atocha Train Station was the first train station in Madrid. Today, it...

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Day 1 - Stop 2

Learn about art at Reina Sofia Museum

Opened in 1992 and named after Queen Sofia, Reina Sofia Museum or the Museo Nacional...

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Day 1 - Stop 3

Stroll around Madrid Botanical Garden

The Madrid Botanical Garden is known as the Real Jardin Botanico, or the Royal Botanical...

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Day 1 - Stop 4

Explore Prado National Museum

The Prado National Museum, or Museo Nacional del Prado, is the main national art museum...

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Day 1 - Stop 5

Have lunch by Neptune Fountain

Located in Paseo del Prado, Neptune Fountain is one of the most beautiful fountains in...

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Day 1 - Stop 6

Relax at El Retiro Park

Covering around 125 hectares and housing more than 15,000 trees, El Retiro Park or Buen...

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Day 1 - Stop 7

Go on a night food tour

If you still have some energy left, then you can't miss a tapas night walking...

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Day 2

World-Famous Landmarks in Madrid

Your second day of this 3 days in Madrid itinerary will focus on the most...

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Day 2 - Stop 1

Stop by Segovia Bridge

Built over the Manzanares River, Segovia Bridge, or the Puente de Segovia, is the oldest...

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Day 2 - Stop 2

Get fascinated by the Royal Palace of Madrid

The Royal Palace of Madrid (Palacio Real de Madrid) is the official residence of the...

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Day 2 - Stop 3

Be amazed by Almudena Cathedral

Catedral de la Almudena, also known as Santa María la Real de La Almudena, is...

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Day 2 - Stop 4

Enjoy the most delicious churros at Los Artesanos 1902 Chocolate

A visit to an authentic churros cafe has to be included in everyone's what to...

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Day 2 - Stop 5

Explore Plaza Mayor

Located in the Hapsburg district, the Plaza Mayor is a popular tourist attraction that offers...

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Day 2 - Stop 6

Have tapas and cocktails in La Latina neighbourhood

La Latina neighbourhood, or Barrio de La Latina, is a district known for the best...

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Day 3

Discover Something New

On the last day of your Madrid 3 day itinerary, you are going to visit...

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Day 3 - Stop 1

Go shopping at San Miguel Market

Mercado de San Miguel (San Miguel Market) is one of the largest covered markets in...

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Day 3 - Stop 2

Museo ABC

Located in Malasaña neighbourhood, Museo ABC is a small free-entry museum that has a collection...

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Day 3 - Stop 3

Temple of Debod

Located in the Oeste Park, Temple of Debod is an ancient Egyptian temple dating back...

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Day 3 - Stop 4

Have lunch at Casa Mingo

Casa Mingo restaurant is famous for its roasted chicken (apparently, it is the best in...

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Day 3 - Stop 5

Visit Casa de Campo Park

Covering more than 153,552 hectares, Casa de Campo Park is the biggest park in Madrid....

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Day 3 - Stop 6

Watch flamenco show at Tablao Flamenco Torres Bermejas

Flamenco is Spanish music, played on the guitar and accompanied by dancing and singing. It...

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Conclusion

In Summary

This 3 day in Madrid itinerary covered historic and hidden gems of the city that...

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