Madrid to Granada

From Madrid Moor to Love

While the area has been populated since the Palaeolithic era, no official settlement existed on the site until an Arab fortress was built along the river in the 9th century. However, it wasn’t until King Philip II made Madrid the capital in 1561 that it truly began to flourish, seeing the population grow almost 10 fold in the 16th century. Today, the historic centre is known as the "Madrid of Los Austrias" in honor to the Hapsburg monarchs. The fantastic 17th century Plaza Mayor embodies the city’s 16th and 17th century splendor. The surrounding area is the aristocratic center, where visitors can find the 17th century Royal Palace, and take a tour through its decadent halls. Along with the vast selection of historic buildings, the city is also home to over 60 museums,spanning the entirety of human knowledge. For many, the highlight is the Prado Museum, which is considered one of the world's most important art galleries, while the Reina Sofía National Art Centre is dedicated to contemporary Spanish art and contains works by Picasso, and Salvador Dalí, among others.

Via Stop to discover these sights


Hail to the King


The City of Three Cultures


30 or so Wild Giants

Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de la Asuncion

Doors of Adoration


Renaissance Ensemble


The Olive Oil Capital

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Private transfer from Madrid to Granada with a local, English-speaking driver.
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