|Learn Spanish in Madrid|
|Climate||summer 30°C (86°F) winter 11°C (52°F)|
|Description||International metropolis with a big appeal to artists and (fashion) designers. A diverse night life which goes on around the clock. Madrid is world-famous for its old cafés, cozy tapas bars and restaurants brimming over with life day and night. Visit the small, traditional shops which have preserved the atmosphere of bygone days with their nostalgic interiors|
|To see||Plaza Mayor, Retiro park, royal palace, el Rastro market, museums del Prado, Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Reina Sofia, Santiago Bernabeau Stadium.|
|To do||Theaters and concerts, typically Spanish tapas bars, fashionable night life district Chueca, excursions to Toledo, Segovia, Salamanca, weekend excursions to Portugal, Barcelona, Andalucia etc,|
Since its early years, people have come from all regions of Spain to settle in Madrid, enriching the city with much of their region’s own cultural and traditions. However it was this city’s cosmopolitan attributes that eventually attracted people from all over the world, making Madrid Spain’s most culturally diverse city and a very attractive destination to learn Spanish. Artists, writers and fashion designers have taken up residence in Madrid often finding the city itself as an inspiration for their creative work.
The wide variety of cultural venues - from concert halls and opera houses to theatres and museums of world esteem - as well as the architectural splendor of past centuries ensure that visitors from all over the world will keep returning to Madrid not only to explore new places but also to revisit their favorite spots. The city’s large and well maintained parks boast as a relief for its inhabitants. Locals frequent the city’s many parks, taking a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, basking in the serenity of it these sunny squares with a Mediterranean charm.
Just outside the tourist centre you will find many of Madrid's hidden secrets. Here you find many of the traditional-styled cafés, cozy tapas bars and restaurants that are vibrant day and night. Visit the small, traditional shops which preserved the atmosphere of bygone days and nostalgic interiors.
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