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Rich in history, going back to the middle-ages, it's a city full of character and charm.
Explore the Palacio Real (Royal Palace), dating back to the 9th century and visit, Las Ventas Bullring, to see where the traditional Spanish bullfighting sport originated from.
Madrid has two main train stations, Chamartín and Atocha, situated in the South and North of Madrid with good RENFE: reliable and fast links to many other Spanish cities, as well as surrounding European countries such as France and Portugal.
While travelling around Madrid you'll find a range of methods to suit you.
There's the Zoo at Casa Campo, Madrid's largest green space; it is recommended that you travel there by cable car to add even more fun to your visit!
There you’ll find lots of different creatures and crawlies with a funfair not far from the Zoo if you still want more!
A family holiday: With such a booming tourist industry, Madrid is perfectly suited to a family holiday too.For the rest of your days, discover the city's many beautiful churches such as, San Nicolas de los Servitas, Madrid's oldest church, by foot or metro.For art history, stop by the renowned, Prado Museum, owned by many royal figures in the past and steeped in history.Transport: A business and leisure destination, Madrid has good links to many cities and European countries through its main airports: Madrid Torrejon and Barajas International.You’ll find Campanile Madrid Hotels close by and links to the city centre, by road, bus or short distance train.