Madrid: all you need to know about transportation, food, art, fashion and nightlife
Madrid is a vibrant city, with its food, art, fashion, and nightlife. Here is an overview of things you should know when coming to Spain's capital.
Madrid's airport is Madrid-Barajas Airport. When you land, you could take a taxi to the center of the city for about 30 euros OR take the Metro de Madrid. The Madrid Metro is one of the safest, cleanest, and most modern subway systems in the world. It is also very easy to use.
Spain is well-known for their Jamón and Tapas.
The Prado (Banco de España Metro stop), The Thyssen-Bornemisza (Banco de España Metro stop) and The Reina Sofía (Atocha Metro stop) are world class museums within just a few hundred yards from each other.
Check out the Salamanca district for more expensive stores, and Fuencarral street (between Chueca and Malasaña) for street fashion and club wear.
Nightlife, "La Marcha Madrileña":
The bars are open till 3am, and most of the clubs stay open until 6am or later. There are also many Flamenco bars or "Tablaos" around the city center.
Enjoy your stay in this great city!!
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