You will probably hear that the most unique attraction in Madrid, the capital of Spain, is not its grandiose architecture or prestigious world-famous museums, but its people…
Madrid is a social hub for those from the Latin world, in which people from all over Spain and Latin America have taken up residence and built a new community for themselves.
As the capital of Spain, it is the political and commercial centre where one can find fascinating museums, five star restaurants, a varied and diverse night scene (get ready to change your normal times of doing things) all in the midst of a pleasant and welcoming atmosphere.
Come and dive in to a multicultural city, get to know the works of Velázquez, Picasso and Goya: discover the folklore of flamenco, the Spanish guitar and the Iberian cuisine.
What’s more, in the second half of May, Madrid holds its celebrations in honour of San Isidro. These celebrations feature typical folklore of Madrid, including “la Feria” (“the Fair”) and traditional dances which are organised on the meadow of San Isidro, where the people of Madrid sing, dance and enjoy themselves in the company of a shrine of the patron saint.
At the same time, you can enjoy productions of ballet and opera.