This park was the 18th-century home belonging to one of Madrid's aristocratic families. The main palace houses paintings by ... More
Parque El Capricho
This park was the 18th-century home belonging to one of Madrid's aristocratic families. The main palace houses paintings by Goya and the other buildings worth looking at are the casino, the chapel, and the "Old Woman's House". It's located on the east side of the city and features smartly kept groves of poplars and pretty walkways lined with hundred-year-old trees. No dogs allowed. Group admission can be arranged during weekdays in advance. Admission: free.
Casa de la Moneda is a mint museum displaying a vast collection of coins, stamps, prints, lottery tickets, and bank
notes ranging from Ancient Greece, Roman Spain, and the Islamic period to the Euro in 2002.
This is the stretch of Paseo de la Castellana that connects Plaza de Colón to Cibeles Fountain . It's spacious
and attractive with garden boulevards between the sidewalks. On your way, you'll pass by some famous landmarks worth visiting, ...
Built in 1784, Basílica de San Francisco El Grande is the largest church in Madrid. It has a huge and
outstanding collection of paintings displayed amongst its seven chapels, including work by Goya, Zurbarán, Alonso Cano, Maella, and Casado ...
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