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Madrid City in English
Monday 27th of March 2017

What to See and Do Links

Art Gallery housed in the former central post office, now home to the Ayuntamiento (local government or council) of Madrid.
Eager to discover contemporary art in the center of Madrid? Art Gallery Tour is a pioneer initiative that brings people closer to the world of contemporary art through guided tours of the best galleries and exhibitions in Madrid. The tours take place in magnificent spaces in the three most historic districts of Madrid: Salesas, Letters, Salamanca and Dr. Fourquet St.
If you want an adventurous trip that provides a bird's eye view of Madrid, why not head for the cable car (Teleférico de Madrid), a unique tourist attraction in the city?
General admission inc. temporary exhibitions, €6. Temporary exhibition only, €3. Mon-Sat, 10am-9pm; Sun, 10am-2.30pm; Tues, closed.
The Thyssen-Bornemisza is part of the “Golden Triangle of Art” in Madrid, along with the Reina Sofia and the Prado; in fact, the main Villahermosa building is a short-walk from the Prado.
Long running, classy jazz venue in the centre of Madrid. Usually free entry although the drinks can be pricey to cover the music. Live music (almost exclusively jazz) most nights of the week.
The Traje Museum is known for its comprehensive display of the history and evolution of Spanish style and fashion.