SAS, the largest airline company in Scandinavia, offers daily cheap international flight tickets to Madrid from many destinations in Scandinavia and with connections from Europe, the US and Asia. Our city guide will help you to find out what's up and the best tips from SAS crew and passengers.
The city that never sleeps may have calmed down a little in recent years. However, even though the bars close a bit earlier these days, you can still count on finding a party atmosphere at all times of the day and in all situations.
What's up in Madrid
Check out the night glide sightseeing tours on your personal transport device.
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|Adventurous Appetites |
Authentic "madrileño" ambience first-hand on this somehow different way of going out for dinner!
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|Sunday market |
If you happen to be in Madrid and you like markets, visit El Rastro (or the "rake") in the center of the Spanish capital, the most genuine market in town. The best way to get there is by metro, getting off at Tirso de Molina. It is only on Sundays until 2:30pm, but why not get the most out of your visit by staying in the area or walking to Latina and sampling some good wine, accompanied, of course, by a few famous tapas?
Patricia, air steward
|Casa Labra |
What do you eat when you're in Madrid? Tapas! Of course! The best place for me is Casa Labra - I love going there.
|Books & coffee |
Read a book, grab a coffee, talk to people, hang out and enjoy. A great place if not the best place in Madrid - for me anyway!