Preparing a trip is really exciting! Buying tickets, packing bags, planning itineraries… But this will have to wait for now.
If Madrid was your next destination, don’t worry -soon the streets will be lively again, and the terraces and nightlife will be back. Anyway, you can still enjoy the city from home, thanks to some virtual tours that present us with wonderful sights and experiences.
Imagine that you are in one of our apartments at Génova 5, which areas of Madrid would you visit first? If you are not sure, you can discover some great places in the comfort of your own home, thanks to this virtual tour around Madrid.
You can visit Puerta de Alcalá, the Royal Palace or La Almudena cathedral.
Exhibitions in the underground
Did you know that Madrid Metro holds unique exhibits? These virtual tours will show you ghost stations like Chamberí, which is now a noteworthy museum. There you can find old trains preserved and contemplate the paintings by Goya that gave name to this station.
Walking around the most famous parks in Madrid
Madrid parks in spring are wonderful places to enjoy.
With this virtual tour, you can go for a walk around the park of your choice: La Quinta de los Molinos, El Retiro, Sabatini Gardens, El Capricho…
The tour shows the parks in 3D view, together with information about the park’s history, plants, animals, mysteries, and architectonical features.
Madrid from the air
Watching Madrid from the air will surely increase your desire for visiting the city! This documentary features impressive sights of the most relevant places.
The series, which reveals the main characteristics of the city, its colours, its records, and its leisure offer, is a good way to dive into the culture of Madrid.
Madrid museum by museum
There is no better plan that visiting Madrid museums from home. You have the privilege of enjoying culture and art with just one click!
In a previous post, we presented 10 museums you can visit from home, but if you want more, the Spanish Ministry of Culture’s Youtube channel proposes virtual tours for well-known museums, such as Museo del Traje (with fashion and clothing collections), the National Archaeological Museum or the Museum of America.