The Prado opened in 1819 and houses a collection of over 8,600 paintings and 700 sculptures.
It’s the largest urban park in Madrid and features a lake, manicured lawns, and flower gardens.
Some of the best flamenco dancers in the world perform in Madrid, so if you enjoy the arts, a flamenco show is a must.
It’s not all about paella and gazpacho! Some of the most delicious Spanish food can be found here, in the capital of Spain.
You should also check out the historic San Miguel Market, located in the center of the city.