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Guides of Specific Areas


  • Urban guided map of austrias neighbourhood. The Austrias area is full of interesting places, monuments, streets, and of course tipical restaurants, shops and mucho more. By El Consorcio de Turismo de Madrid (PDF) Download here
  •  El Rastro, Madrid famous street market. Which every Sunday and public holiday morning spills along the Ribera de Curtidores and surrounding streets. A must for anyone wanting to get to know the city. By descubremadid.com (PDF) Download here
  • The Madrid River Area. At the Madrid Tourist Board we want you to make the most of your visit to Madrid and so we offer you a number of different ways to get to know the city and enjoy the Madrid River area. By Esmadrid.com (PDF) Download here
  • Madrid cultural route: Alcala area. This route is devoted almost entirely to a place which, together with the Rastro and the Casa del Campo, attracts a good proportion of the city's residents every Sunday: the Retiro park. By El Consorcio de Turismo de Madrid (PDF) Download here
  • Madrid cultural route: Banco de España area. The worlds of politics,finance and art meet in this route along streets packed with history,art and bars. By El Consorcio de Turismo de Madrid (PDF) Download here
  • Madrid cultural route: Cibeles area. The most elegant avenue in this city, the Paseo del Prado stretches from the fountain of Cibeles to Atocha railway station. By El Consorcio de Turismo de Madrid (PDF) Download here
  • Madrid cultural route: Conde Duque area. A lengthy route through the northern part of the historic centre, from the district known as Bourbon Madrid to the Paseo de Recoletos. By El Consorcio de Turismo de Madrid (PDF) Download here
  • Madrid cultural route: from Recoletos to Castellana area. Go from fountain Cibeles to KIO towers through the longest thoroughfare of the city, the paseo de la Castellana. By El Consorcio de Turismo de Madrid (PDF) Download here
  • Madrid cultural route: Gran Via area. Madrid's Gran Vía (or High Street) is the most modern street in the central area, and its main commercial thoroughfare. By El Consorcio de Turismo de Madrid (PDF) Download here
  •  Guide of the Gran Vía of Madrid. Here’s a little guide to help you discover all this avenue has to offer on its 100th anniversary. By Esmadrid.com (PDF) Download here
  • Madrid cultural route: Moncloa area. Its proximity to the university campus and to the student halls of residence have made it a fashionable place for young people. By El Consorcio de Turismo de Madrid (PDF) Download here
  • Madrid cultural route: Plaza Mayor area. The triangle between the Royal Palace,Plaza Mayor and the Basilica of San Francisco el Grande coincides roughly with the city centre created by the kings of the Hapsburg dynasty. By El Consorcio de Turismo de Madrid (PDF). Download here 
  • Madrid cultural route: Salamanca area. the Salamanca district is a residential area with a large number of art and fashion outlets, many of which are in the calle Serrano. By El Consorcio de Turismo de Madrid (PDF) Download here
  • Madrid cultural route: Sol area. The best starting-point for getting to know the city of Madrid is undoubtedly the Puerta del Sol. By El Consorcio de Turismo de Madrid (PDF) Download here