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48 Hour in Madrid

Madrid has plenty of food markets and delicious 100-years-old restaurants. With hints of Royal history surrounding you during the trip, you have to take a tour and hear about the statues and the stories behind it.

We love Free Walking Tour, pay-as-you-wish based, they always have the best day tours offered.

We stayed at The Hat Madrid hostel, hipster and cool with great location. First stop is defiantly San Miguel Market which has variety of Spanish small plates and Plaza de Mayor. Catch some art at Museo del Prado and visit the famous Calle de la Cava Baja; a medieval wall remains surrounded by bars and restaurants.

If you are visiting on a Sunday, visit El Rastro Market for Madrid's largest flea market. Also in the neighborhood is the most famous 120 years old chocolate churros: Chocolateria San Gines.

The Palace of Madrid is an outstanding royal palace with 2,800 rooms (!!!) If you ever wondered why marble is so expensive, probably because most of it used to build and design this palace.

Mercado de San Miguel
100 Years Old Restaurant Stamp

Take the metro to Gran Via and walk through Calle del Barco and visit Mercado de San Anton. Three delicious bakery and cafes in this area; Pomme Sucre, Panod and Mama Framboise. The next day, head to Parque El de Retiro for a great afternoon, together with Caxia Forum Museum right next to it.

Panod Bakery
Parque de El Retiro
Caixa Forum Museum

Spend a morning in Parque del El Retiro and CaixaForum Museum.

Royal Palace of Madrid

Royal Palace of Madrid

Mama Frambiose

Chocolateria San Gines
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Imri Sagive
Imri Sagive
Apr 20, 2022

Amazing! madrid is so much fun ❤️❤️

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