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Madrid is a great city to explore, by walking along its streets, squares, and parks. In a relatively small area around the city centre, you can experience Spanish history, and way of life. Also there are many restaurants and terrace bars, where you can dine, or have the famous Spanish Tapas (Portions). A wide range of entertainment, nightlife, shopping, and just about everything the traveller is looking for.

In this blog, we will suggest different itineraries for walking tours with photographs, that will help you to plan your sightseeing, with the most important tourist attractions of Madrid.

Each suggested Walking Tour, has a distance of 3 to 5 Kms. (2 to 3 Miles).

Madrid Walking Tour 1

Walking Tour Madrid 1




This Walking Tour, will take you to:

Madrid Walking Tour 2

Walking Tour Madrid 2



Starting in Plaza Callao:

  • Callao Plaza
  • Walking The Gran Vía
  • Cibeles Plaza
  • Paseo del Prado
  • Neptuno Plaza
  • Congress of Deputies
  • Puerta del Sol
  • Preciados Street, and Back to Callao

Madrid Walking Tour 3

Walking Tour Madrid 3




This Walking Tour, will take you to:

  • Callao Plaza
  • Plaza de España
  • Debod Temple
  • Madrid Centre Skyline
  • Royal Palace and Sabatini Gardens
  • Plaza Santo Domingo
  • Back to Callao Plaza

Walking Tour Madrid 4

Starting at Cibeles Plaza, will take us to see:

  • Cibeles Plaza
  • Puerta de Alcalá
  • Estanque del Retiro (Retiro Pond)
  • Alfonso XII Monument
  • Cristal Palace
  • Fountains and Gardens at El Retiro
  • El Prado Museum
  • Neptuno Plaza
  • Paseo del Prado


Madrid Walking Tour 5

Walking Tour Madrid 5

Starting at Puerta del Sol, this 1,7 Miles (2.8 Kms.) Walking Tour, will take us to see:

  • Plaza del Ángel
  • Santa Ana Plaza
  • Huertas Area, and Literary Madrid
  • Prado Museum
  • Paseo del Prado
  • Neptuno Plaza
  • Thyssen Museum
  • Congress of Deputies
  • Carrera de San Jerónimo
  • Canaletas Plaza
  • Alcalá Street
  • Back to Puerta del Sol

In this Blog, you will also see other city areas with suggested walking tours to visit museums, and bicycle tours to Casa de Campo (the largest park in Spain, very close to the city centre). Also, in this same tour, you can ride alongside the Manzanares River, where there is a special bike lane.

To complete your visit to Madrid, we recommend to combine the walking tours with the great public transport facilities of Madrid. Taking the bus or Metro, you can have a look at the Real Madrid Bernabeu Stadium, and also take a walk to see the skyscrapers of the city nearby, on the North part of the city.

I hope you find it useful, and we invite you to write us with your opinion and your questions, which we will love to answer!