Five Free Things in Madrid, from Symphonies to Art Reply

Templo Debod Madrid

Harold Heckle writes for the Associated Press, December 29,2013, MADRID — Spain has for decades been among the world’s top tourist destinations, mainly thanks to sun-seekers who flock each year to Mediterranean beaches or the Canary Islands.

The Spanish capital, with its vast array of bars, restaurants and a rocket-propelled nightlife that often causes traffic jams at 3 a.m., has always appealed to fun-lovers as well as travelers with an interest in history and culture. While top-end hotels and restaurants are expensive, it comes as a relief to find that some of Madrid’s best features can be enjoyed for free.

Here’s the link to the article in the Daytona Beach News Journal


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