Barcelona to Madrid road trip via wine country - Barcelona to Madrid road trip via wine country -

Barcelona to Madrid road trip via wine country

If you want to visit both Madrid and Barcelona and get to know hidden gems in Spain you can decide to enjoy a road trip and drive to connect Spain´s two cities.  Save this url in your favorites list. Our team of local experts have put great care on the preparation of this itinerary. This is a free travel guide.

The Barcelona to Madrid Roadtrip in a nutshell

This road trip in Spain takes you from Madrid to Barcelona or Barcelona to Madrid. Indulge in the vibrant life of Madrid and Barcelona and discover the flavors and food of Spain’s Basque Country and Rioja using this road itinerary from Barcelona to Madrid (or vice versa). In this fantastic itinerary, our local team has included recommendations with an excellent selection of romantic hotels and restaurants, amazing architecture, and culture to get immersed in the Spanish lifestyle. As previously mentioned. the itinerary can be enjoyed starting from either Madrid or Barcelona.

This itinerary is built to be enjoyed in 10 days. It can easily be extended easily and include more time at any of the towns or cities included, or by extending with a stay in the French Basque country for instance

Barcelona to Madrid road trip


10 nights to get the most out of itor 12 nights if you want to  add  the French Basque country

End of March, April, May, June and first 2 weeks of July. September and october are also good months.

List of recommended hotels for this roadtrip from Madrid to Barcelona

Detailed road trip planner day by day

Barcelona to Madrid road trip (this road trip can also be enjoyed starting from Madrid with no problem)

Top stops to enjoy in this roadtrip


2 days if you want to enjoy at least 3 of the cities´s top highlights. One extra day to enjoy a tour of Montserrat, or a wine tour

Top attractions in Barcelona

Barcelona is the most tourist city in Spain. The celebration of the 1992 Olympic Games was the perfect excuse to reform some parts of the city. Currently, Barcelona is a trendy city full of modern areas and facilities, but do not forget that it is a city that is around 4000 years old, the ancient Mediterranean city of Barcino. You can find glowing contrasts like a Gothic neighbourhood and its cathedral close to a wonderful modern beach promenade.  Something that made Barcelona a very unique place is the Art Noveau/Modernism architectural movement, especially its most famous architect, Antoni Gaudí. During your stay in Barcelona, you can’t miss buildings like the Sagrada Familia, Casa Milà (La Pedrera), Casa Batlló or Park Güell. Another must is a walk around Las Ramblas street and a visit to the famous market of La Boquería. The city of Barcelona faces the sea but the mainland is fully surrounded by mountains. The most famous are Montjuic and Tibidabo because of their panoramic views of the entire city. In Montjuic, you can visit the Olympic Ring, the Montjuic castle, or the Catalan National Art Museum. You can reach Montjuic by funicular railway or cable car. Mount Tibidabo has the Tibidabo Amusement Park.

Tapas in Barcelona?

The tapas area is called Born, near the Gothic Neighbourhood (Barri Gotic). In this link, you can find information on things to do in this area of Barcelona.

Dining with great views

In Montjuic, there are three restaurants with wonderful views over the city: Martínez, Miramar, and El Xalet de Montjuic. On Mount Tibidabo, there is a panoramic restaurant called Mirabé.


A great itinerary that covers Las Ramblas, the Gothic district and the Born area. The most inexpensive way to enjoy Barcelona with a tour

Food market and cooking class

Prepapre a paella with ingredients purchased at a local market. Lots of fun! Sangria and tapas whilst you cook at the heart of Barcelona

FC Barcelona Stadium tickets

A must do tour for football lovers and specially not to be missed if you visit Barcelona with children. Enjoy the vibes!
Special offer

Sagrada Familia tickets

You cannot visit Barcelona and miss its top attraction. Make sure you visit with skip the line tickets for a better experience!
Special offer


1/2 day

Things to enjoy on your way from Pamplona to Zaragoza

Driving from Pamplona (207 km – 1 hour 52 minutes without stops) We recommend you to stop in Tudela, Las Bardenas Reales and Olite.
Out of these 3 options, Olite might be the most important to visit. the medieval city features a palace that is definitely worth the detour. There is a restaurant on-site and it’s an amazing place to have a coffee and have a rest.  
 The Bardenas Reales is a nature park made famous by its particular microclimate. It is essentially a small dessert that looks otherworldly and completely out of place in the north of Spain. 
Tudela is a small city on the way that has a beautiful cathedral in the center of town. The plaza mayor is also worth a stop for a drink if you need to rest for a spell. 

Top attractions in Zaragoza

Zaragoza is one of Spain´s largest cities and it is located by the river Ebro. Its most famous attraction is the legendary Basilica of El Pilar. A huge religious building that should not miss. Great pieces of art, fantastic views from its tower and some anecdotes we prefer not to mention to avoid you miss it. 

Our second favorite thing to do in Zaragoza is la Aljaferia. It was originally built as a pleasure palace for the Islamic kings (yes!, The Moorish invasion got as north as this in Spain). This building is the best example of Islamic architecture outside of Andalusia. It is not at the level of la Alhambra, the Mosque of Cordoba or the Alcazar in Seville, but we are sure you will enjoy a great suprise if you pay it a visit. 


1/2 day. 2 days if you want to explore the contryside north of Pamplona or the Bardenas Reales park

Things to enjoy on your way to Pamplona

You may decide to use the A15 highway which is shorter (1 hour and 15 minutes). Another option is the N121 (minimum 3 hours drive if you decide to stop at some of these locations) with interesting stops that include: Lesaca, the Zugarramurdi caves, and also the natural park of Bertizko.

Pamplona is called Iruña in Basque and it is shown as such in many signs

Pamplona is known today mainly due to the running of the bulls that takes place every year in July. The city has had enormous importance in Spanish history and the Kingdom of Navarre used to be a superpower centuries ago. Today Pamplona is an easy-going mid-sized city, with beautiful architecture, a charming old district, and where traditions are kept alive. 

Top attractions in Pamplona

  • Calle Estafeta – This is Pamplona’s most famous street due to San Fermin.
  • Plaza del Castillo – This square is the heart of social life in Pamplona.
  • City Hall and its square – Probably Pamplona´s most beautiful building.
  • Monumento al Encierro – Close to the bull-fighting ring, this statue represents the running of the bulls during the San Fermín festival.
  • La Ciudadela – A fortress near the city center. Built during the XVI century, this fortress was designed at the time the kingdom of Navarra and Castilla merged. Partially built to defend the city against possible attacks from France, it was also meant to defend from possible insurrections.


1 day recommended (2 or 3 if ou are a foodie)

San Sebastian (Donostia in Basque language) began its tourism in the 19th century when Queen Isabella II. She chose the city as a holiday resort making it fashionable for other aristocrats in the same way as other important cities in France like Biarritz.

San Sebastian is one of the most elegant and beautiful cities of Spain. La Playa de la Concha(la Concha beach) is the heart of this city and the gastronomic capital of Spain. The Old Town (Parte Vieja) is well known for having the highest concentration of bars in the world. These bars offer a great variety of local pintxos (Basque tapas)

Top attracions in San Sebastian

  • La Concha La Concha is the central axis of San Sebastian and the reason why the city exists. Every tourist or resident walks it each day from one side of the city to the other. It has been considered by several publications as the most beautiful urban beach in Europe.
  • Casco Viejo. This is the heart of the city and heaven in you search pintxo and tapas bars.
  • Basilica of Santa María del Coro: its location in the old part of San Sebastian and with mount Urgull behind it make of this baroque-style church a top highlight in San Sebastian.
  • Mercado de la Brecha San Sebastian is an important gastronomy tourism destination and a visit to its oldest market is a must to get a good glimpse at top local quality products: local cheeses, sausages, and meats … time for pintxos after this!
  • Igueldo. This mountain offers the best views of San Sebastian. You can drive to Igueldo, but also enjoy the beautiful cog railway. There is a mid-size funfair at the top of the hill.
  • Peines del Viento. This is the most famous sculpture in the city and a Master piece from Eduardo Chillida.
  • Aquarium. Not the best aquarium in Spain, but local authorities have put in lots of effort and it is highly recommended if you visit with children on a rainy day.
  • Plaza de la Constitucion This square used to be a bullfighting ring and it is used still today for many local festivals.
    You can find more interesting things to do in this post with ideas and the best things to do in San Sebastian in 1 or 2 days
  • Top excursions
    • Getaria (25km east of San Sebastian) is a beautiful village in the spanish Basque Country. It is famous for the quality of its gastronomy, which uses the grill for both meat and fish. More information on Getaria on this post with the best things to do in Getaria in 1 day
    • Zumaia (7 kms east of Getaria) Zumaia offers one of the most interesting landscapes in the Basque country: ths Flisch . A 15 minutes walk with spectacular cliffs and shapes. IN Zumaia itself the Parroquia de San Pedro, a gothic, fortress type of church is very interesting.


An unexpensive way to get to know San Sebastian. 2,5 hours with a local expert and the most important sights. Book well in advance!


Almost a must do to enjoy local tapas or pintxos with local guides. We strongly recommend not to got the cheapest tours available


A great tour enjoy amazing views of San Sebastian from the sea. Perfect if you travel with children. Also, very inexpensive!

Recommened tapas bars and fine dining options in San Sebastian

You will find hundreds of options to enjoy pintxos in San Sebastian. Many of them are crowded, and despite it may not be very convenient it indicates you will find something tasty inside…

La Mejillonera – a Very typical bar that serves, as its name indicates, mussels. They are prepared in many different ways.
A Fuego Negro –more avant-garde than traditional pintxos
Néstor – Its specialty pintxo is the tortilla. You should arrive before lunch or dinner to try it or otherwise, it will be gone
La Cuchara de San Telmo – One of our favorites, great pintxos
Gambara – If you enjoy mushrooms this is your place. Great selection of wines too.
La Viña – Their cheesecake is their main highlight. It is very tasty but too many people have found out…

San Sebastian holds more Michelin starred restaurants than any other city in the world. Expensive tasting menus… but sometimes a life time experience.
Nineu. Located at the beautiful Kursal building, Nineu is not a Michelin starred restaurant and your wallet will not get empty here. You can, however, enjoy high-quality gastronomy in a chic atmosphere.
Restaurante Kokotxa – Fantastic tasting menus and top quality since it got its 1st star in 2007.
Mirador de Ulía –innovative cuisine with a nod to its Basque roots. Its terrace offers a great atmosphere, especially during summer.
Arzak – A legend and the name behind a real revolution in Basque gastronomy
Akelarre –3 stars like Arzak. Located just 10 minutes from the center and with amazing views


1 day recommended or 2 if you would like to explore the Franch Basque coast from here (Saint Jean de Luz, Biarritz, Bayonne...)

“Hondarribia” in the Basque language, known as “Fuenterrabía” in Castilian Spanish, is divided into 2 neighborhoods. The Casco Viejo and Barrio de la Marina are both of great interest and with totally different characters
A border village with France, its history is strongly tied to this fact and its fishing nature.
There is a beach in Hondarribia though most locals prefer to go «to the other side» as they call neighboring Hendaye in France which is hone to an impressive beach, a delight for local surfers.

Top attracions in Hondarribia

  • Casco Viejo. With its cobbled streets, town squares, and corners, the Casco Viejo neighborhood offers great architectural interest. This old part of town (hence its name) is reached through gates of the old medieval wall, the only wall of this type in the province of Guipuzcoa).
  • Calle Mayor. Located in the Casco Viejo. You will find the Town Hall (“Ayuntamiento”) and the Palacio Zuloaga.
    Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción y el Manzano. 15th and 16th Century Gothic-style church. Impressive and beautiful church organ.
  • Plaza de Armas. Located in front of the Parador hotel. Colorful and with views of France.
  • El Parador de turismo. Old castle of Charles the fifth. We suggest visiting the Parador for a cup of coffee to enjoy this fantastic building. On its façade, you can see the marks from a cannon left during a battle against the French in the 18th century.
  • Barrio de la Marina This neighborhood welcomes us with a great path of trees and colorful Basque houses.

Best excursions from Hondarribia

  • Saint Jean de LuzFrance. From Hondarribia, you should head towards Irun, then Hendaye (already France) and take the beautiful road of «La Corniche» (through Hendaye and its beach, the castle of Abaddie, the road «La Corniche» and its cliffs and the Fortress at Socoa). We have included a map with a short itinerary in Saint Jean de Luz
    We recommend a short stop at the food market. Most restaurants concentrate in Rue de la Republique and Rue Tourrase. Le Kaiku, Zoko-Moko, Broullairta and L´Ocean (Grand Thalasso Spa hotel) are the best options for fine dining. You may want also to consider the restaurants near the fortress in Socoa (3 minutes drive from Saint_jean de luz) which specialize in fish and offer good value for money
    You can return to Hondarribia by motorway (A63) on your way back to Hondarribia or head towards Biarritz.
  • Biarritz – France
    A very elegant and popular destination in France and now a top surfers haven. It offers some jewels like the Rocher de la Vierge, its lighthouse, or its architecture, where the Hotel du Palais and the orthodox church stand out. Its good conditions for surfers have brought a new flair and life to Biarritz. Also worth visiting is the aquarium.
  • Aihnoa and Espellete ´The interior of the french basque country offer beautiful villages. Aihnoa and Espellete are the closest ones to the highway and worth a detour if time permits.

Recommended tapas bars and fine dining options in Hondarribia

El Barrio de la Marina is the place for pintxos in Hondarribia. This area is the busiest part of the city and reminds us of the seaport of Fuenterrabia. You will find many bars with terraces and a great local atmosphere. They can get very crowded though.
We recommend Ardoka (with a wider selection of wines) , Gran Sol or Sardara.

If you are looking for a fine dining option instead of tapas, Alameda is a Michelin starred restaurant with different tasting menu options. Much better value for money than in San Sebastian though their prices are going up in recent years. You may want to consider booking a table on the terrace. A great option if the weather is good.


1 day for Saint Jean de Luz and Biarritz. 2 days if you want to explore deeper

Best way to get to Saint Jean de Luz from Hondarribia

From Hondarribia, you should head towards Irun, then Hendaye and take the beautiful road of «La Corniche» (through Hendaye and its beach, the castle of Abaddie, the road «La Corniche» and its cliffs and the Fortress at Socoa)

Saint Jean de Luz is located on the Atlantic coast of France, Saint-Jean-de-Luz (or San Juan de Luz in Spanish) is an old pirate town and a fishing port today. We recommend the following itinerary for your free time in San Juan de Luz.

Top attractions in Saint jean de Luz

  • Fishing port

  • Louis XIV Plaza. Sale of paintings on the street. The occasional live playing of Basque music.

  • Rue Gambetta. Perfect for shopping. Our favorite shops: Euskal Linge and the famous pastry shop, Maison Adam, for its Gateau Basques and chocolates of different flavors.

  • Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church on Rue Gambetta. Interesting interior with wooden galleries and hanging ships.

  • The beach. (La grande plage) Protected by three dams to prevent flooding. The greatest attraction of San Juan de Luz.

Biarritz is a brand by itself. A vacation destination of the rich in the past, it has evolved today and its beautiful beaches, besides being full of fascinating XIX century summer houses, also host surfers in search for a perfect wave.

Top attractions in Biarritz

The old town is easy to walk and 1/2 should be enough to enjoy Biarritz unless you want to explore deeper. These are the top things to do:

  • Côte de Basques Walk down the stairs to the park Saint Jean Lasalle. You will admire the bay and also many surfers if the tide is right. At its tip you will find the most famous vlla in Biarrtiz; Villa Belza, just next to the Rocher de la Vierge.
  • Rocher de Vierge The steel bridge was designed by Eiffel and it is by itself a perfect platform to enjoy views of the bay.
  • Small beach of Port Vieux This small beach is wave-free and it is a perfect spot to enjoy a coffee.
  • The light house and the Grande plage From the Rocher de Vierge you will enjoy views, at the other extreme of the Grande plate, of the light-house. We recommend a stroll along the beach and, on your way back from the light-house, we suggest walking through Avenue de L Imperatrice to enjoy some of the XIX century villas made of Biarrtiz a famous luxury resort.

Biarritz on Segway

One of th ebest activities to enjoy with teenagers. Explore this amazing town on Segway!

Biarritz walking tour

An affordable walking tour of Biarritz to learn about its fascinating past and vibrant present

Recommended things to do near Biarritz and Saint Jean de Luz

Depending on how much time you have available you may decide to spend 2-3 days in the French Basque country (or to enjoy daily visits from San Sebastian or Hondarribia on the Spanish side)

There are many things to enjoy in the French Basque country. This is our top list of recommendations:

Bayonne Located 8 kilometers north of Biarritz, Bayonne is a medium-sized town. Its cathedra (Saint Marie)l is worth visiting and there are beautiful buildings in the Grande Bayonne quarter (the city hall and the old castle (Chateaux Vieux) . Worth visiting is also the food market (The Halles). Bayonne is a perfect place to enjoy lunch or to shop and, why not, enjoy a second gateau basque after having enjoyed the first bite in Saint Jean de Luz.

Villages of the French Basque country If you want to enjoy the most traditional part of the french basque country you will enjoy a detour to the beautiful villages of Espelette (home of the famous pepper of Espelette which hangs to dry in the white walls of many houses), Aihnoa and Sare.

Saint James Way at Saint Jean Pied de Port This medieval town is an important stop of El Camino. Many pilgrims decide to rest here before they start the difficult stage to Roncesvalles. Saint Jean Pied de Port has a great atmosphere and many small restaurants and shops worth visiting


2 days recommended

  • Bilbao has undergone a radical transformation in recent years and has gone from being an industrial port city to become one of the cities with the most vibrant culture and varied gastronomy in Spain.

Top attracions in Bilbao

The famous Guggenheim Museum is Bilbao´s main highlight. You will find the tourism office where you can ask about the local events/activities taking place on this day. We recommend making your way to the Casco Viejo (old quarters) by taking a lovely walk along the river.
In front of the Museum, you will find Puppy (Jeff Koons), or Mother (a huge spider sculpture); both are children´s favorites.

Teatro Arriaga. Oldest theatre in town, still operating. Interesting neo-baroque style.

Ensanche . An old town called Abando, it became part of Bilbao in 1870. The Ensanche is the Business center and dynamic area of Bilbao. Its main boulevard is Gran Via.

Market La Ribera . An exciting and massive local market. Art deco style

Museo de Bellas Artes ; essential collection from artists like Goya, El Greco, Francis Bacon, Gaugin, Chillida…

Funicular to Mount Artxanda. The funicular from 1912 is not only a fantastic architectural example but also allows you to enjoy incredible views of Bilbao.

You can find more information on this post wit the best things to do in Bilbao in 1 day

Best things to do near Bilbao and top excursions

Getxo. An upmarket destination, Getxo is famous for its architecture (with a clear British influence) and summer houses. Its famous bridge over the Nervion River connects with Portugalete, a working-class town that grew to provide services to the harbor.

San Juan de Gaztelugatxe. Just a 40-minute drive from Bilbao, you will find San Juan de Gaztelugatxe. A fantastic church on top of a small island with breathtaking views. Bear in mind that you will need approx. 3 hours to walk to the church and return to the parking lot. Another option is to enjoy one of the boat excursions that depart from Bermeo


A great itinerary to discover Bilbao in the most unexpensive way. Book it now or you will miss your place! This is the most demanded tour in Bilbao


Almost a private tour to enjoy this amazing master piece that changed Bilbao forever. This is the best option to enjoy the museum.

San Mames Stadium tickets

A children´s favorite. Atletic is one of Spain´s most charismatic soccer teams and the tour is a really interesting one. A top tour if visiting with kids

GAME OF THRONES - San Juan de Gaztelugatxe excursion

World-wide famous after being shown at Game of Thrones. Great landscape and worth the visit

Casual and fine dining options in Bilbao

  • Rio-Oja Restaurant (Located on Txacur Kalea. You can enjoy a sit-down meal while enjoying authentic local food. They specialize in “cazuelas”.)
  • Gure Toki (One of our favorite bars in Plaza Nueva.)
  • Taberna Basaras (Located on Calle Pelota. A classic in Bilbao.)
    Bar Santa María (Located on Calle Santa María.)
  • Best ice cream in town. If you enjoy ice cream and would like to end your tapas night with the one we strongly recommend a visit to Heladería Adelia Ivañez (Posta Kalea). You will be able to taste Spanish turron (the typical dessert at Christmas time). This is in our view Bilbao´s best ice cream maker.
  • Asador Ibañez A family-owned restaurant, Ibañez is a great option if you want to enjoy high-quality gastronomy based on the excellent quality of its meats, fish… SPECIAL OFFER
  • Sidreria La Gabarra: Sidrerias are very popular in the Basque country. Simple menus, very friendly atmosphere. Our favorite one is this one located on the other side of the river and 15 minutes walk from the Guggenheim. This is a very popular restaurant among locals. We recommend trying «Menu sidreria» SPECIAL OFFER If you prefer to stay in the «Casco viejo» and try a Sidreria, Arriaga is could be an option for you.
  • Despensa de Etxanobe. This is the bistro style concept, yet with prices close to 100€, of Michelin starred Etxanobe. Excellent quality and for many a better option than more expensive Michelin star alternative. BOOK A TABLE
  • Mina. Next to the Guggenheim museum and a very convenient option if you plan to visit the museum, Mina takes pride in its commitment with sustainability and the use of local seasonal products. Only tasting menus are served. BOOK A TABLE


1 day or 2 in case you are a wine lover

Take the A-601 to Cuéllar and exit onto the SG-223 direction Peñafiel. Cuellar has an interesting castle. You may want to consider visiting Valladolid (capital of the region of Castilla Leon)

Top attractions in Ribera del Duero

  • Castillo de Peñafiel. The castle holds a museum dedicated to wine. It opens from 16:00 till 20:00.
  • Plaza Viejo Coso. A good example of a Castilian square. Pay attention to the small doors. This square is used today still as a bullfighting ring.
  • Near Peñafiel you have the Monastery of Valbuena. It is said that is the first place in Ribera del Duero area producing wine. Nowadays it is a hotel, but you have the possibility to visit the exhibition «Las Edades del Hombre»
  • Ribera del Duero Golden Mile is part of the road from Peñafiel to Valladolid where we find the most famous wineries in Ribera del Duero such as Vega Sicilia, Dominio de Pingus, Abadía de Retuerta, Aalto and Finca Villacreces.


1 day for Segovia or 2 days to explore Avila, La Granja and Pedraza

Best way to get to Madrid from Segovia

  • The quickest route is taking the AP-6 and AP-61 though you will miss interesting landscapes and attractions
  • The other (recommended) route is a bit longer but you can make a stop to see the Royal Palace and gardens of La Granja (the Spanish version of Versailles) and drive through the National Park of Sierra de Guadarrama. Take the AP-6 to the M-601 at Collado Villalba (Exit 39). (More turns on this road. Not recommended for people who get car sick.) You can also decide to enjoy a detour and visit the Monastery of El Escorial and the valley of the Fallen. 

Top attractions in Segovia

Before stopping in Segovia, we recommend you take the panoramic route around the city. Take the street called Paseo Conde de Sepúlveda and continue on this road for spectacular views of the Cathedral, the Alcázar and the Roman aqueduct. We recommend this post with more information.

You can park on Av. la Vía Roma (paid public parking) near the aqueduct or walk from your hotel. The typical walking route starts from the aqueduct to the Plaza Mayor and the Alcázar. The tourist information office is next to the aqueduct.


2 days recommended

Capital of Spain and Europe´s capital city with more trees!  Madrid is a city full of contrasts in which everybody feels welcomed. Exciting nightlife co-exists with top art galleries and romantic parks. If this is your first time in Madrid, you will want to see the Palacio Real, Plaza Mayor, Gran Vía, Puerta del Sol, and at least one of Madrid´s most famous art museums (Museo del Prado, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, or the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum).

Some recommendations in Madrid

  • Visit the rooftop of the Círculo de Bellas Artes for an afternoon drink and some of the best views of Madrid.
  • If the world of sports is of interest to you, then Real Madrid´s stadium is a must. Do the stadium tour and afterward, have a drink or a meal at the Real Café Bernabeu with views of the field.
  • Visit El Retiro park for a relaxing stroll and a break from the busy Madrid streets. Pick a spot underneath a shady tree, see the Palacio de Cristal, and if you´re up for it, take the rowboats for a spin.
  • The Templo de Debod is an Egyptian temple in the center of Madrid. Best visited around sunset in which you can also enjoy the views of the Royal Palace and Casa de Campo.


Enjoy a free tour with a great itinerary in Madrid and its old districts. Best enjoyed on your arrival day to apply all recommendations

Prado museum guided tour

One fo the most demanded tours in Madrid. El Prado is an amazing art gallery, best visited with a local art expert

Bernabeu Stadium

Real Madrid is the most awarded team in the world. This tour is a must for any sports fan and an activity not to be missed in Madrid if you travel with children

Madrid tapas walking tour

A great way to enjoy Madrid like locals do whilst you discover its top highlights and have a fun and tasteful evening in Madrid

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