Tour bus by Coach Charter Europe will be glad to show you Spain’s capital city Madrid. Madrid is a city so full of life and culture that it is impossible to do justice to it in a few paragraphs. Artistically, the city holds its own against any one in Europe, with the finest art museums on the continent where masterpieces of the Renaissance and iconic works of the 20th century are waiting to captivate you. Bus company by Coach Charter Europe will show you the historic sights of Madrid, its parks, its squares, its castles and its restaurants.
You and your party are going to need a tour bus partner in Madrid. This will be the Coach Charter Europe. We include charter busses, bus & coach rental, tour busses and airport shuttle service. Coach Charter Europe is a family-owned bus company that operates across Europe with a emphasis on high-quality service. Check out our convenient charter busses and let you and your party drive through Madrid.
Here are our best Top 10 places to visit in Madrid:
1. Royal Palace
The Royal Palace of Madrid is no longer the official residence of the Spanish royal family, but is home to a number of significant ceremonial activities. It houses a lot of beautiful pieces of art and furniture. That's why a return to Madrid is probably the best thing to do. Rent a bus with a driver in our bus company to get there.
2. The Prado
Essentially, the Prado is one of the finest and most famous art museums in the world. There is an enormous array of Renaissance masterpieces and Baroque masterpieces. We suggest a bus rental of a nice comfortable tour bus from our bus company.
3. Retiro Park
The green heart of Madrid, full of beautiful gardens, the Retiro is just a few steps east of the Prado and was a royal property until the end of the 19th century when it was opened to the public. The bus rental is recommended if you're visiting park with the family, paddling on the Grand Pond next to the Alfonso XII Monument is a fun choice on a sunny afternoon.
4. Santiago Bernabéu Stadium
If you're a club supporter or not, the fact remains that Real Madrid is Europe's most successful football team with a record-breaking 11 European Cups in their name. So any fan of the game would make a pilgrimage to their 85,000-seat gargantuan stadium, where history has been made several times over the seasons. Bus rentals at our bus company are expected to make it easier for your group to get there.
5. Puerta del Sol
This great square next to the Casa de Correos (Post Office Building) is a common meeting place, full of significance for both city and country. Almost every Spanish citizen can remember the clock at the top of the Casa de Correos, as it marks the televised countdown on New Year's Eve.
6. Gran Vía
If you want to get a sense of the area, a walk along the Gran Vía is a great place to start. It's Madrid's entertainment, shopping and cultural center, and a vibrant road always full of life before dawn. By day, shoppers stop by the various malls, high-street shops like H&M and Zara, and designer boutiques. In the evenings, there is couples arm-in-arm, going out to the cinema or to a concert. And after dark, the street pulses with a number of Madrid's top nightclubs. Our chartered bus will be a nice companion to this cultural center.
7. Plaza Mayor
Another of the "musts" of Madrid, Plaza Mayor is a beautiful Renaissance square, laid out in the early 1600s and totally sequestered by historic three-story-high residential buildings. There are nine entrances to the square and many cafes are situated in the porches at the bottom of the buildings. The bus rental recommends order a coffee at an outdoor table and watch Madrid in action for a few minutes.
8. El Rastro
It would feel like the entire city has descended on Ribera de Coritodores and Plaza de Cascorro on Sundays. This is when some 3,500 stalls are open, hawking pretty much everything you can think of, whether used or fresh. It's the biggest flea market in Madrid and is getting pretty hectic, so it's always a good idea to show up early.
9. Churros at San Ginés
Spanish chocolate is good in winter and it is one of the most luxurious things you'll ever taste. It can be so rich and thick that sometimes you need a spoon to drink it. So the ideal pairing is a sugary churro, which, if you don't know, is piped, deep-fried bread.
10. Beer at a bar terrace
During the summer, several bars and restaurants during Madrid spill out onto the city's pavements and squares. It is an important part of going out and socializing in the city.
There are many museums and parks all over Madrid and around Spain. A charter bus from our bus company would be the most convenient way to get there.
Coach Charter Europe picks you and your party from Adolfo Suárez Madrid Barajas Airport or any other place in and around the area. The best choice for team travel is to hire a private bus with a driver in our airport shuttle company. It provides versatility as you can go on an individual tour with your band. In addition, bus rental is a safe and effective way of commuting.
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