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A great city like Madrid, full of life, with people who live there and tourists from all over the world, full of events and activities, deserves to be visited, the best way to do it is by Alta Velocidad and forget about traffic jams and of paying for parking, because parking in Madrid is not for free, or long waits to travel to Madrid by plane.
The two main Alta Velocidad stations in Madrid are the station of Alta Velocidad Madrid Atocha which is the station that links Alta Velocidad trains with the south of Spain and part of the north as the route until Barcelona and the station of Alta Velocidad Madrid Chamartin which is the station that links Alta Velocidad Madrid with north and north-west Spain. There is a metro connection between them therefore the link between the two Alta Velocidad stations in Madrid is really good.
Madrid is a town that offers thousands of opportunities to tourists, there are events, activities and places for all types of travellers. And the Alta Velocidad offers you the possibility of accessing Madrid with the cheapest Alta Velocidad Madrid tickets that you will find on our website through our search engine for Alta Velocidad Madrid cheap tickets.
Both the centre of Madrid and its surroundings are an appropriate tourist destination for any trip, more or less long, alone or in company and at any time of the year.
Start your trip to Madrid by travelling at the best price for your Alta Velocidad Madrid tickets, and stroll through one of the most famous and broadcast places in Spain, Puerta del Sol, where you will also find two other points of great tourist interest, the Bear and the Strawberry Tree and the plaque marking the Kilometre Zero.
Within walking distance from the Puerta del Sol we will enjoy the Royal Palace and the Plaza Mayor in Madrid.
The most famous street of the Spanish capital is another place to visit, the Gran Vía, with the most important theatres of the capital. It is also indispensable to visit the most popular park in Spain, the Retiro.
If you go by Alta Velocidad to Madrid, visit also the Puerta de Alcalá and the Cibeles fountain.
The most popular religious building in Madrid is the Almudena Cathedral, 69 meters high and 102 meters in length. It has different architectural styles such as the neoclassical, neogothic and neo-romanesque styles, located in the heart of Madrid and opposite to the Royal Palace.
More recent but also very interesting to visit are the Cuatro Torres, the highest skyscrapers of our country, which are 250 meters high.
Visit the neighbourhood of la Latina and have some "tapas" , and if you visit this district on Sunday or on a public holiday, take a walk along "el Rastro" , full of street markets and thousands of people who visit it looking for some curiosity or bargain.
Take a walk around the Montaña Park and appreciate the Egyptian monument Temple of Debod, built stone by stone in the 70s, it is an Egyptian temple that was ceded to Spain in 1968. To admire this monument at sunset is an unforgettable experience. What is more, at night in the summer there are usually cultural events.
Beyond the centre of Madrid, we can also take advantage of our cheap Alta Velocidad Madrid tickets to visit the periphery of the capital. At only 50 kilometres from the centre of Madrid we have San Lorenzo de El Escorial, the most visited town in Madrid after the capital itself. Visit also the Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial, the Eighth Wonder of the World and a World Heritage Site.
We can also take advantage of our visit by Alta Velocidad to Madrid to enjoy another World Heritage monument, the Palace of Aranjuez and its Gardens of Aranjuez.
If you like cultural visits, take advantage of the money you have saved in your trip with the cheap Alta Velocidad Madrid tickets and visit El Pardo Royal Palace, the Prado Museum, the Reina Sofía Museum and/or the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum.