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Madrid, Spain

August 10, 2023

Madrid, the capital of Spain, is a vibrant, lively city full of culture and history. It is home to many iconic landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Plaza Mayor, and Gran Via. You can find a variety of attractions that make Madrid a great destination for visitors, including museums, galleries, parks and gardens, shopping centers and more. Additionally, the city hosts numerous festivals throughout the year that cater to everyone from music lovers to foodies. From its nightlife to its delicious cuisine, Madrid has something for everyone.

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Mas Al Sur

C. de Sta. Isabel, 35, 28012 Madrid, Spain


Wioletta Charaś

4 months ago

Amazing place with wonderful dishes and a great service! We went there twice during our short stay in Madrid because it was totally worth it! Delicious octopus, prawns, paella and squid! Also sangria tastes really great there! And a free drink served after the meal was so tasty! A big credit to Emiliano, who was very inviting, kind and helpful! We liked everything about the place! Big thank you! Greetings from Poland :)

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Asador Real

Pl. de Isabel II, 1, 28013 Madrid, Spain


Jamila Ahmad

2 months ago

Very good Spanish cuisine! The pork is seasoned just as a Spaniard would: veeeery lightly. Nice ambiance except for a group of non-Spanish men speaking loudly. Excellent and attentive service!

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Bodega de los Secretos

Calle de San Blas, 4, 28014 Madrid, Spain


alex bonick

a month ago

Ok so I took my son here, we were visiting Madrid together... it looked cool and was recommended... HOWEVER this is totally a "romantic" restaurant! The food and service were excellent, and I would come back... with my wife. Just know that! We had pumpkin ravioli, and hake, both were perfect.

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Casa Jaguar

C. de los Caños del Peral, 9, 28013 Madrid, Spain


Claudia Amand

2 weeks ago

Highly recommended for a quick and vibey bite. Ceviche was fresh, great portion, and extremely flavorful! A perfect afternoon snack / cocktail / beer break. Fantastic and friendly service.

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Sacha Restaurant

Zona ajardinada, C. de Juan Hurtado de Mendoza, 11, Posterior, 28036 Madrid, Spain


Steve Smith

a month ago

For me …. PERFECTION Jason did an excellent job of helping me choose those dishes that were ‘special’. The omelette with potato and blood sausage was excellent, with eggs that were only cooked enough so you knew it was an omelette. Accompanied by a side of very thinly sliced asparagus with a slightly acidic and spicy dressing. Next, the skate; RICH, TENDER, BUTTERY …. DELICIOUS And finally(as I was full) … a whole pigs ear ! an explosion of flavor AND TEXTURE in your mouth. Crispy Skin + Soft Skin + Chewy Cartilage + Soft Fatty bits = AMAZING All washed down with a glass of cava and house red. Sacha introduced himself and suggested I would enjoy the asparagus better if I used my hands 😁

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Restaurante DCorazon

Pl. Mayor, 30, 28012 Madrid, Spain


Vahid Shahani

a week ago

We found this restaurant with googling and no regret, cocktails was so nice with real taste and foods were so tasty. Inly negative point was a bit pricey which is understandable as they have one of the best location at Plaza mayor. Thanks 😊

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Venta El Buscón

C. de la Victoria, 5, 28012 Madrid, Spain


Andrea Barros

a week ago

The paella was pretty bland, there are way better paellas in Madrid. The service was great and I’m sure the other food is good, but the paella was a miss for us. We should had ordered another meal instead of two paellas. Sangria was nice.

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Restaurante Botín

C. de Cuchilleros, 17, 28005 Madrid, Spain


Gabriel Laureano

a month ago

Awesome from the hospitality to the food. All the employees are very very friendly. Even though they are very busy they take the time to show you around the restaurant in between serving guest. They love to share the history about the restaurant and give everyone visiting a menu with information about their restaurant. They even take the time to walk you downstairs to show you their old wine cellar. You can even walk into their kitchen while they are cooking. They do not mind you taking pictures or videos. Simply the best and most friendliest business. And the food was fantastic from the suckling pig to the dessert everything was very good. The cheesecake was amazing in my humble opinion. I never had a cheesecake like there’s ever before. The center was oozing out a creamy cheese while the top had a brown tint. It was awesome 😇 would highly highly recommend while visiting Madrid. It is a must. It’s literally down the stairs coming from plaza major👍👍👍

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El miniBAR

C/ del Mesón de Paños, 1, 28013 Madrid, Spain


Xuejing Huang

in the last week

A hidden gem in an alley 5 min walk from the palace. One of the best tapas place I’ve been and definitely deserves 5-star rating! Excellent food and services, and May I say I had the best bread ever too (had three loafs of them!) would recommend cod & garlic shrimp, crispy boar and grilled cheese. Love the vibe too.

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Ramón Freixa Madrid

Calle de Claudio Coello, 67, 28001 Madrid, Spain


Alexandra Grytsenok

a month ago

We had an unforgettable anniversary celebration here with the tasting menu Temporalidad + wine pairing. We are thankful to all the team of the restaurant for a perfect evening and the journey of flavor discovery. Every small detail, every bite and every dish of the menu were elaborated until perfection and worth a separate review. The impeccable service and very intimate and private atmosphere of the place made our experience truly unforgettable. Bravo to the Chef and to the whole team !

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C. de Moratín, 36, 28014 Madrid, Spain


Taylor Maa

8 months ago

fabulous restaurant. passionate chef and staff. Favorite meal of Madrid. I would say to plan on having a reservation. They don’t flip tables or rush you; they turned away quite a few walk ins. I can see why they’re fully booked. Service and food can’t be beat. I thought the portions, quality of product and preparation deserved their gourmand rating for sure. The leeks are a must order.

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NH Eurobuilding, C. del Padre Damián, 23, 28036 Madrid, Spain


M Preciado

3 weeks ago

Great experience. Outstanding service, fantastic imaginative food tasting menu consists of 25 dishes. The waiter explains the ingredients, provenance, and preparation techniques for each dish. The presentation is beautiful and bespoke for each dish. Plan for about five hours.

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Restaurante La Catedral

Cra de S. Jerónimo, 16, 28014 Madrid, Spain


Lara cerrato

3 months ago

The environment is very cool, the position awesome (city center) and it is a good price for quality! I really liked it and it didn’t feel like a tourist trap like some of the others around. Service was fast, polite and attentive. I have it flagged now for the next person who comes to visit me in Madrid!

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C. de Regueros, 8, 28004 Madrid, Spain


Maria Roberts

2 months ago

This 2 star Michelin gem of a restaurant needs no introduction… just go. We celebrated a very special night here and would absolutely recommend it. We selected the tasting menu and every single dish was truly divine. The inventiveness behind the various courses is so incredibly unique. I wish I could repeat this dinner again!

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C. del Marqués del Riscal, 11, 28010 Madrid, Spain



4 months ago

The whole experience is awesome. It feels like it's more than just a dining experience but a whole experience of a restaurant - kitchen, cellar and dining room. It's a perfect execution on food, wine pairing and service. We'll put it on the top of all three Michelin star restaurants that we have visited. I don't know how often they change their menu, but it's a perfect and wonderful dinner for us on our Spain trip.

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Taberna El Sur

C. de la Torrecilla del Leal, 12, 28012 Madrid, Spain


Chen H

2 months ago

Must visit, extraordinary dining experience. The warm and friendly staff 🔥 create a welcoming atmosphere from the moment you arrive. The charming ambiance of the rustic decor and Spanish music adds to the authentic feel. The food is outstanding, with delicious tapas, seafood and meat dishes that burst with flavor! The impeccable service and reasonable prices make Taverna El Sur a must-visit for anyone seeking an unforgettable Spanish dining experience in Madrid, enjoy !! 🥂

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La Mi Venta

Pl. de la Marina Española, 7, 28013 Madrid, Spain


Mallory Beach

a month ago

What a great find on our first night in Madrid! My husband and I didn’t have a reservation (seems recommended) but we were seated after just a short wait. The staff is friendly, welcoming, and accommodating for English speaking guests. Jose was our server, and he was amazing! We took all of his menu recommendations and have no regrets. It was also neat sitting near the carving station. From the vino to Iberian ham & tomatoes to the pork and cod entrees, we absolutely loved our experience!

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La Malontina

C. de la Verónica, 4, 28014 Madrid, Spain


Courtney Warner

a month ago

Had such a wonderful experience! Do not hesitate to book. From the intimate dining experience to the owner/head chef personally serving us- highly recommend this restaurant! Every dish was superb. One of the top restaurants we enjoyed on our vacation.

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Dos Cielos Madrid by Hermanos Torres

Cuesta de Sto. Domingo, 5, 28013 Madrid, Spain


M Mac

a month ago

This restaurant has one of the best settings in Madrid. The way they utilize the space is very chic. Excellent place for a romantic night out or for a group of friends. Each dish that comes out is unique and thoughtfully prepared. The mix of flavors explode in your mouth. The ambiance is the best quality of this place.

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CEBO Madrid Restaurant

Cra de S. Jerónimo, 34, 28014 Madrid, Spain


Sarah Burris

a week ago

We do a lot of Michelin meals and look for ones when we travel. This is a one star but there are two major reasons I would increase their Michelin to a 2 personally: The food isn’t merely a chef’s creations . Thus 14 course meal was a culinary love letter to Spain. For those who want to taste flavors unique to the country from a chef that understands very well how to do it — this is the place. Second: the wine pairing. It’s very difficult to get wine pairings done right. Each wine was good as a stand alone but brought a whole new unique flavor to the dishes when combined. It’s a pairing that doesn’t just go with the food, it complements it and adds to it. That has not been my experience in other Michelin 1’s. I was very honored to taste what they are doing here and it deserves every bit of the attention it gets and then some.

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Casa de América

Plaza Cibeles, s/n, 28014 Madrid, Spain


Nick Botha

5 months ago

Cockroach building 😂😇

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Sabatini Garden

C. de Bailén, 2, 28013 Madrid, Spain


Francisco Leung

a month ago

This garden sits north of the Read Madrid palace. There's some nice and interesting statues around the garden. You get a good view of the North side of the palace above some greenery.

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Teatro Real

Pl. de Isabel II, s/n, 28013 Madrid, Spain


iRINA Yakimchuk

a month ago

Amazing! Turandot was absolutely gorgeous, the interpreters, the modern approach to lighting and decoration, and costumes... At the end everything fit, with the delicious Nossum Dorma

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Museo de Cera

Pl. de Colón, 1, 28004 Madrid, Spain


Ali Hasan

2 weeks ago

Amazing for kids loads of fun as they saw wax museum and train attraction

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Royal Basilica of Saint Francis the Great

C. San Buenaventura, 1, 28005 Madrid, Spain


M Preciado

a month ago

We went on a Thursday evening it turns out that it was a free admission night. One of the largest domes in the world, the Basilica is imposing, beautiful, something in every corner to see. No matter how many cathedrals you have visited you will be impressed by this one.

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Campo del Moro

P.º de la Virgen del Puerto, 1, 28013 Madrid, Spain


James Belmore

4 months ago

A great respite from the hustle and bustle of Madrid’s city life. Very quiet and tranquil spot. There are a variety of different paths leading to beautiful gardens and small frog ponds. There is also an abundance of wildlife including birds, butterflies, and a peacock with a huge colorful plume. I didn’t take a photo so not to stress her out. Most importantly there is only one entrance to the garden, located on the far side, down the hill near the tall. Arch.

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Puerta del Sol

Prta del Sol, s/n, 28013 Madrid, Spain


Princy Khurana

a month ago

In Madrid, there once existed a bustling public square, serving as a popular meeting place for the locals. Dominating the square was the renowned post office of Madrid, lending credence to the famous adage that news reached the square even before events unfolded. Crowning the aged post office building, a celebrated clock captivated the attention of all. As the clock's hands approached midnight on New Year's Eve, the square would fill with eager individuals, each clutching twelve grapes. At the stroke of twelve, the clock resounded twelve times, marking the cue for everyone to consume a grape with each chime.

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National Archaeological Museum

C. de Serrano, 13, 28001 Madrid, Spain


Anna R

a week ago

Archaeological museums are my favorite type of museums and I learned SO much from this one. I went by myself around 2pm on a weekday and had most of the exhibits to myself. I could certainly take my time without feeling rushed! Compared to other popular museums around Madrid that are packed and hard to move through, this was a delightful surprise. AND significantly cheaper. I spent over 3 hours here. I was hooked on the displays and so engaged with the timelines and artifacts presented. The museum itself is organized and easy to follow. The 3rd level was closed when I visited but I knew this ahead of time when reading reviews. They did not disclose this when I purchased my ticket though so this could be a disappointment to some. Easy to find, kind staff, excellent museum.

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Puerta del Sol

Puerta del Sol, Madrid, Spain

Jardín El Capricho de la Alameda de Osuna

P.º de la Alameda de Osuna, 25, 28042 Madrid, Spain


Daniel Fg

a month ago

Really beautiful historic park in the outskirts of Madrid with plenty of interesting features. The park is perfectly manicured and, even though admission is free, it is only open to visitors on weekends (no food allowed within the premises). Worth the long metro ride from downtown Madrid if you have some spare time in the city.

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Mercado de San Miguel

Pl. de San Miguel, s/n, 28005 Madrid, Spain


johnsko Johns

in the last week

One of my favorite markets anywhere. The variety of food and desserts is expansive. You can try a little bit of everything, or a lot of one. The vendors serve a wide variety of visually enticing gastronomical delights. It’s almost a shame to eat the artistically presented treats, but one must do his/her duty. You can also wash down your lunch with a glass of grape or a pint of beer. It gets very crowded at lunch so keep a close eye on the tables for a spot.

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Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía

C. de Sta. Isabel, 52, 28012 Madrid, Spain


Ilham Ghafour

2 weeks ago

I thoroughly enjoyed this museum. It was massive and took me a good 4 hours. It’s a great place to visit on a scorching hot madrileño summer day. I enjoyed the outside garden as well. They also have a bar and restaurant. You could honestly make an afternoon of it!

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El Retiro Park

28009 Madrid, Spain


Asmaa AlWahedi

a week ago

Incredible place to visit watch monuments & spend a relaxing time in park. Best is to avoid during the peak hot times / take shade in green shaded areas. Nice to spend an afternoon

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Temple of Debod

C. de Ferraz, 1, 28008 Madrid, Spain


Don Ricardo

a week ago

You've gotta check out this awesome local park that's got a real Egyptian temple right in Spain! How cool is that? The Egyptian government gifted it to the Spanish folks, making it one unique spot. The atmosphere is totally easy-going and pleasant, and both locals and tourists love to kick back and enjoy the breathtaking sunset in this magical setting. It's a must-visit place that's bound to leave you in awe!

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Casa de Campo

P.º de la Prta del Ángel, 1, 28011 Madrid, Spain


Nilufa Sarker

2 weeks ago

Good for hiking, biking 🚴‍♀️ relaxing and picnic Take metro line 10 and stop in Lago. Enjoy 😊

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Museo Nacional del Prado

C. de Ruiz de Alarcón, 23, 28014 Madrid, Spain


Preetam Nath

in the last week

Had a wonderful time at Prado Museum. Everything is orderly, we entered on time. Recommend purchasing tickets online for seamless experience. The museum itself is extremely well-maintained. It felt great walking the tall halls and admiring art across hundreds of years. My absolute favourite piece was the Garden of Earthly Delights. Mesmerized by it.

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Plaza Mayor

Pl. Mayor, 28012 Madrid, Spain


Tanya Rofman

2 weeks ago

A captivating square steeped in history. The grand architecture, bustling atmosphere, and delicious cuisine make it a must-visit landmark. Surrounding the square, you'll find a delightful array of coffee shops and restaurants, perfect for savoring Spanish cuisine while enjoying the vibrant ambiance.

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Royal Palace of Madrid

C. de Bailén, s/n, 28071 Madrid, Spain


Monica Sree Das

2 months ago

I have to say, it was an amazing experience. I am giving it a well-deserved 5-star rating. The palace exudes a captivating atmosphere that transports you to a different era. The grandeur and beauty of the architecture left me in awe. Exploring the different rooms and halls was a treat for history and art enthusiasts like myself. The attention to detail in the decorations and furnishings is impressive. Each room has its own unique charm, and I couldn't help but admire the exquisite craftsmanship. The palace grounds are equally magnificent, offering stunning views and well-maintained gardens. It's a perfect place to take a leisurely stroll and soak in the ambiance. The staff were friendly and helpful, providing valuable information about the palace's history and guiding us throughout our visit. If you have the opportunity to visit Madrid, I highly recommend paying a visit to Palacio de Real Madrid. It's a must-see attraction that will leave you with unforgettable memories. Whether you're interested in history, art, or simply want to appreciate the beauty of this majestic palace, you won't be disappointed.

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