Book with Fly World Class for luxurious business class flights to Madrid and a superb start to your trip to the capital city of Spain. Bustling Madrid is full of character and offers historic as well as modern experiences.
The Royal Palace is a priority stop for many who travel to Madrid. The 3,418-room palace is perched atop a bluff and is lavishly adorned with tapestries, carvings, and stunning frescoes. Construction on Palacio Real de Madrid began in 1734, and it was opened in 1755. The purpose was to serve as the Spanish Royal Family’s residence. It is now used only for state ceremonies, and daily tours are available.
Possibly the most beautiful of the numerous grand squares in the city, Plaza de Cibeles features a complex of marble sculptures and has gorgeous fountains that are iconic symbols of the capital city. Countless visitors traveling first class to Madrid Spain have made it a point to see the famous Cybele Palace, which serves as City Hall. The incredible fountain of a goddess in a chariot being pulled by a pair of lions was built between 1777 and 1782. There is also a famous fountain of Neptune. In addition to the impressive architecture, there are lovely manicured hedges and brilliant flowers. The grand staircase and marble floors which display incredible craftsmanship at the plaza’s Palacio de Linares are more features that impress at the iconic site.
The Golden Triangle of Art is a favorite destination of countless travelers who travel to Madrid. The city is the art capital of the nation. The Golden Triangle boasts the most masterpieces in the world that can be seen within such a small area. The Prado Museum is a National Museum and features pre-20th-century artwork. The Reina Sofía Museum, or Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, features modern art from the 20th century. A private museum, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum exhibits historical as well as contemporary pieces. A visit to all three museums provides a complete picture of the history of painting, including the evolution to today’s art classics. There are many other museums in the city, including the Costume Museum and the Planetarium.
Buen Retiro Park is Parque del Buen Retiro in Spanish, and the name means “Park of the Pleasant Retreat.” Many who arrive on cheap flights to Madrid visit this public park, one of the most spacious in the city. Until the late 19th century, the park was accessible only to the Spanish Monarchy. This popular park is near Prado Museum. It is packed with monuments, galleries, and beautiful sculptures. The park’s origins go back to the 1500s.
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