To report thefts or other crime-related matters, your best bet is the Servicio de Atención al Turista Extranjero, which is housed in the central police station or comisaría of the National Police. Here you’ll find s…
The Madrid government’s Centro de Turismo is terrific. Housed in the Real Casa de la Panadería on the northern side of the Plaza Mayor, it allows access to its outstanding website and city database, and offers free …
A private clinic with a wide range of specialisations and where all doctors speak Spanish and English, with some also speaking French and German. Each consultation costs around €125. They also do 24-hour house calls…
Hearing-impaired travellers can contact the Comunidad de Madrid’s Federation for the Deaf, Fesorcam. It also runs guided tours of Madrid for the hearing impaired.
The Spanish association for the blind. You may be able to get hold of guides in Braille to Madrid, although they're not published every year.
A small, subterranean tourist office, accessible via the underground stairs on the corner of Calle de Goya and the Paseo de la Castellana.
Travellers with an intellectual disability may wish to contact this organisation, although they've limited appeal for tourists.
A national advocacy group, based in Madrid; it played a leading role in lobbying for the legalisation of gay marriages.
Free guided tours of the the Alcalá of Cervantes at 5.30pm Saturday and Sunday, as well as information on the town.
Further consulates-general in Algeciras, Almería, Bilbao, Seville, Tarragona and Valencia.