Our final friend finally joined us the previous night so we spent the entire day exploring the city streets and eating our hearts out and visiting a few cathedrals. It was so incredibly sunny in comparison to the day before so we spent as much time as we could outside! I just can’t get over the colors of all the buildings and the railings – it just makes the city look so bright and welcoming. Continue reading “Our Last Adventure in Madrid”
Rainy Days Call For Museum Dates
DID YOU KNOW?
Museums in Madrid are free after 19:00
Our second day in Madrid was a rainy day – which meant it was the perfect day to visit museums! Madrid has an entire street dedicated to art museums called El Paseo del Arte. There are four major museums worth noting: Museo del Prado, Museo Reina Sofía, Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, and CaixaForum. Continue reading “Rainy Days Call For Museum Dates”
Welcome to Madrid!
Airport to Atocha Renfe
Express Bus (Yellow) One-Way: €5
Travel Time: 40 minutes
One of my friends and I arrived to Madrid early in the morning (we took the evening flight from JFK). Our other friend was planning on joining us on our last day in Madrid so we were on our own for the first two days. I found an Airbnb fairly close to the Atocha Renfe train station since we were planning to take the train to Sevilla from Madrid and it just so happened to work out that it was also a bus stop for the Express bus from the airport! Continue reading “Welcome to Madrid!”