48 hours in the capital of Madrid, Spain

Known as a tourist paradise and a meeting place of the elite of human culture, Madrid is the dream destination of many tourists. And what would you do if you only have 48 hours in this city, let us experience!

Madrid is not only a large city in Spain, it is a large European capital, with a population of more than 4 million people in the central area and more than 5 million people in suburban areas.

Khu chợ El Rastro

People come to Madrid not only for tourism, but also to experience the capital of Spain with extremely vibrant nightlife, culture, “Royal” brand lifestyle and architectural works. Unique art of this city.

We take a walk around the boulevard, whether by day or at night, is a very interesting experience. This neighborhood is home to hundreds of shops, cafes, and restaurants lined up crowded, very crowded and crowded.

This is also the main road through major boulevards in Madrid. Right in the center of Gran Via avenue, you will recognize the tallest building in Europe in 1929 with a watch with impressive and unique style. You can even save great photos while walking here.

Thăm khu chợ Mercado de San Miguel

The ancient Debod temple was formerly located in the Nile valley of Egypt. When the government built the Aswan hydroelectric dam in the 1960s, Unesco called on many countries to preserve the ancient temples.

The Debod Temple was given to Spain by the Egyptian government to thank the country’s help for helping Egypt preserve a larger temple. The temple is currently located in Madrid park, next to a small museum.

El Rastro is one of the largest flea markets in Europe. The market is made up of thousands of stalls crowded on the streets around Plaza de Cascorro. There are thousands of stalls on display filled with streets. Here, you’ll find loads of accessories, goods and items with a strong local identity. Today, El Rastro is a place where you can find everything from old clothes and antiques to exotic computer parts and jewelry.