What to do in Madrid, Spain | 36 Hour Travel Videos | The New York Times

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  1. Teoman Mucan says:

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  2. Turisteando says:

    Madrid is one of the most beautiful and monumental cities in the world. Most tourists visit the Historic Center but they have no idea of the suburbs where you find monumental places, El Escorial, Aranjuez, etc. You can take a train and explore the beautiful landscape and green mountains that Madrid has.

  3. Pedro Thevenard says:

    I've had a 20 hours time to visit Madrid in between flights, top 10 best experiences I've had in my life, I simply loved Madrid so much that I'll go back to visit for as long as I can next year, I've spent my hole day walking and seeing amazing stuff and also eating great food (which after 3 weeks of England was a blessing), I loved there so much that I dreamed about it from time to time.

  4. Kendrick Jacocks says:

    Madrid reminds me of attending Salome and a lecture at Walter Reade in Lincoln Center; it's got a real upper west/east side vibe, totally elegant 5th Avenue New York style. Maybe it comes from Madrid, or Buenos Aires maybe (never been). When I was there in Madrid though, I had to leave right away despite that I wanted to enjoy the city. Maybe one day, I will return. As for the food, I must not be wrong, I've been a few places and I was mere duty free, but the chorizo was splendid of taste, I've never had anything like it. Airports can have high quality, but this was something I tried to find for 10 years.

  5. Michael Meer says:

    …and there´s another "minor" problem. After spending months of learning Spanish to a certain degree then you must realize frustrated that you have to start from scratch. Why ? The locals tend to speak fast so you just do not understand anything. To learn Spanish & communicate like an ace, that takes years.

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