Do not think that when you have gone through all the art museums with amazing architecture or the vast squares of the era, you have discovered all this Madrid. No, there are plenty of cool things waiting for you to conquer again. And in the upcoming trip to Europe, forget about public transport or taxis that can take you everywhere, take a walk around this vibrant capital like a true Spaniard .

1. Few people know that in the heart of Madrid is containing a magical gift from Egypt - Debob temple. Once an ancient temple located in Egypt, worship the goddess Isis on the banks of the Nile. After much assistance in the preservation of historical sites, typically the Abu Simbel temple, Spain has been awarded the Debob temple by the Egyptian government as a token of gratitude.

If you have the opportunity to come here, take a walk in the afternoon, when the sunset is gradually letting go, the entire temple will be lighted with a headlight system arranged around and on the side of the lake, creating a fanciful setting, as if taking you back to mysterious ancient Egypt.

2. Another fascinating experience in the Spanish capital is watching the skyline in Madrid from the rooftop of skyscrapers, and visitors will also fully admire this beautiful city. The perfect place to observe is from the terrace of the center Círculo de Bellas Artes, you can zoom your eyes to the snow-capped peaks of the Sierra de Guadarrama or the roofs of the Barrio de Las Letras area below. Alternatively, you can also go to the bar, sip a few cocktails and watch the sunset of Madrid.

3. People often say that whether you stay for 3 days or 3 weeks, have been to Madrid once or many times, definitely have to visit these 3 important places before leaving. The first point is Plaza Mayor Square, where you can relax with an expensive cup of coffee "coffee con leche", study the lion statue of King Felipe III in the center of the square. Or more bustling, you can go to Puerta de Sol, the Gate of the Sun is where Madrid's throbbing heart. This is considered the main center of the capital when organizing all activities of the people. And of course, surrounded by countless streets, crammed with fashion shops, bars or restaurants.

4. You must stop to see the Madrid royal palace, next to the church Catedral de la Almudena. As the official residence of the Royal Family of Spain, you will be overwhelmed by its magnificence and vastness. When walking in the grounds of such a majestic and unique palace, visitors must imagine themselves to be immersed in the royal life of the royal family.

5. Walking around the city and enjoying a few beers (or wine or soft drinks) is also a favorite hobby of the locals. If on a good day, the roadside bars or restaurants will serve guests sitting right in front of their yard, so you can watch the romantic street and the crowded people back and forth. And among those favorites, La Latina at the Plaza de la Cebada is the meeting point that many young people choose for their dates. And on weekends, it is difficult for you to get a satisfactory appointment at famous streets such as Cava Baja or Cava Alta because the number of people flocking is very crowded.

Another suggestion for those looking for nostalgia is the Malasana, where you can find old pubs with modern décor, long-standing in the city. Or Moncloa, a favorite destination for students or Chueca, the best place in Madrid dedicated to gay couples can spend a romantic date.

6. The idea that Madrid only has tall buildings or busy eating streets, you're wrong. The capital has a lot of green spaces like Casa de Campo Park with an area of ​​up to 1,700 hectares, 5 times larger than New York Central Park. There is also a large lake on the campus where you can find small boats or kayaking training schools. In addition, there is a play area for the whole family like Madrid Zoo, this is an integrated area when there are small motels, sports facilities or some space for concerts or sound events. music, including the famous Madrid Arena, which used to take place the international tennis tournament Madrid Masters.

A smaller green patch in the center is Parque del Buen Retiro, also known simply as "El Retiro", consisting of a small pond, wooden walkways, fountains, Alfonso XII or statues. Fallen Angel, there is even a space for unique puppet shows.

A few words briefly said how interesting Madrid was. A city for young people but still has a quiet, ancient European style inherent. Every small street or peaceful streets will make you excited and determined to discover its mysterious charm endlessly. Let's prepare to conquer the capital of Madrid on my European tour!


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