Real Jardín Botánico
Although not as expansive or as popular as the Parque del Buen Retiro, Madrid’s botanical gardens are another leafy oasis in the centre...
Centro de Arte Reina Sofía
Home to Picasso’s Guernica, arguably Spain’s single most famous artwork, and a host of other important Spanish artworks, the Centro de...
One of the most famous megaclubs in Madrid, this seven-storey club has something for everyone: from cocktail bars and dance music to...
La Vaca Verónica
Plenty of red meat and salads are the staples at this long-standing local favourite in the Paseo del Prado hinterland. There’s an...
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Lonely Planet review
This extraordinary structure down towards the southern end of the Paseo del Prado, is one of Madrid's most eye-catching architectural innovations. Seeming to hover above the ground, this brick edifice is topped by an intriguing summit of what looks like rusted iron. On an adjacent wall is the jardín colgante (hanging garden), a lush vertical wall of greenery almost four storeys high. Inside there are four floors of exhibition and performance space awash in stainless steel and with soaring ceilings. The exhibitions here are always worth checking out and include cover photography, painting and multimedia shows. But the building itself is always worth checking out regardless of what's on.