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As Madrid's premier art museum, it houses masterpieces by European greats like Velázquez, Goya, and Rubens. This is more than just an art gallery; it's a voyage through centuries of creativity. The Prado is a must-visit for art lovers and history buffs alike, offering a captivating glimpse into Spain's rich artistic heritage.

Museo del Prado

Marvel at the architectural splendor of the Basilica de San Francisco El Grande, a hidden gem in the heart of Madrid. Famous for its grand dome – one of the largest in the world – and its stunning collection of paintings, this basilica is a testament to Spanish religious art and architecture.

Basilica de San Francisco El Grande

This sprawling park is a tapestry of manicured gardens, sparkling fountains, and peaceful pathways. Row a boat on the tranquil lake, admire the stunning Palacio de Cristal, or simply enjoy a leisurely stroll. The Retiro is not just a park, it's a retreat where nature, culture, and relaxation blend seamlessly – an essential experience for any Madrid itinerary.

Parque del Buen Retiro

Witness a piece of ancient Egypt in Madrid at the Templo de Debod. This authentic 2nd-century BCE Egyptian temple, gifted to Spain, stands as a symbol of cultural fusion and history. As you wander through its ancient stones, you're transported to a time long gone.

Templo de Debod

This small chapel is renowned for its stunning frescoes painted by Francisco Goya, which adorn its ceiling and walls. The site also serves as Goya's final resting place, adding to its historical significance. Perfect for art enthusiasts and history seekers, this chapel offers a unique glimpse into Madrid's artistic past, wrapped in a serene and spiritual setting.

Ermita de San Antonio de la Florida