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How to organise your trip to Madrid without stress and with guaranteed fun?
One of the most visited destinations in Spain at any time of the year is Madrid. The Spanish capital has everything a discerning tourist could ask for: culture, entertainment, gastronomy and much more. Are you planning a stress-free trip to Madrid and making sure you’re going to have a great time? Well, take note of these ideas we have for you.
How to organise a successful trip to the centre of Madrid
If you want to organise a successful trip to the centre of Madrid, don’t stress, we’ll help you with a few simple tips. We assure you that with them, your trip will go down in your memory as one of the best of your life. Take note!
Plan your budget
One of the things that worries us the most is whether we are going to have enough money for the trip. Look at the cost of accommodation, the places you are going to visit, etc. and do the maths. Feeling that you have this issue more than under control will give you a lot of security. Look at the entrance fees for museums, palaces, etc.
Write down your travel route
The first thing you need to be clear about is what you want to visit in order to make the most of your time. Are you going to museums? Do you want to see a musical? Write down in a notebook what you are going to do each day. This will help you make the most of your time and you’ll feel at ease because you’ll feel that you have everything under control. For a trip with guaranteed fun, the ideal thing to do is to try to include a bit of everything: for example, don’t forget to watch an interesting show that coincides with the date on which you are planning your trip.
As well as the places and monuments we are all familiar with, such as the Prado Museum or the Royal Palace, we recommend you visit the Cerro del Tío Pío hill to enjoy wonderful views of the capital or Chamberí station.
Organise your travel and accommodation
It is very important that you plan these two aspects in advance. You can find very interesting offers on the Internet and from the comfort of your own home.
Download the metro map
The cheapest and fastest way to get around Madrid is by metro. However, it can be a bit dizzying if you are not used to travelling by metro. So, to avoid stressing yourself out from the start, the best thing to do is to download the leaflet they offer you from their website. You can learn about it long before you arrive in the capital.
Organise your suitcase
It may seem silly, but a poorly planned suitcase can complicate your trip. Don’t pack too heavy a suitcase – it can turn into a nightmare. Also, look carefully at what you really need to take and don’t take more. When it’s time to pack for your return trip, it can become a hassle. Don’t forget to check the weather forecast to make sure you have the right stuff.
Make sure you have your documents
One of the most stressful and worrying things about travelling is the thought that you’ve forgotten a document at home. Put all your documents in your handbag the day before your trip to the centre of Madrid and double check that you have them all at least an hour before you leave. This will give you a lot of peace of mind.
Travel in the season you like best
Think about which season you prefer to travel to Madrid. Madrid has a dry climate, so it is particularly cold in winter and hot, especially in July and August, when it can get up to 40 degrees Celsius. So if the weather is an obstacle for you, plan your trip in spring. Don’t worry about the rain, though, because it is rare in the Spanish capital.
Discover its restaurants and gastronomy
Madrid is famous the world over for its museums and leisure options, including its gastronomy. It’s a good idea to get to know some of the food and restaurants you can find there before you arrive. Some of its star dishes include cocido madrileño stew, squid sandwiches and patatas bravas. And among its most famous restaurants are Casa Alberto, Taberna Antonio Sánchez and Café Gijón.
Now that you know the best keys to organise a trip to Madrid, put it into practice and trust in Apartamentos en Sol, you will spend unforgettable days.
What are you waiting for to plan it?