Madrid, capital of Spain. Increasingly cosmopolitan city, home to a great inside cut interracial character. Madrid is a young city, so much so that the title that burden of being the capital of Spain is recent. Let us back in time, returning to its possible origins, and I say possible because there are huge gaps documentary about the birth of this city. We could start talking about a first attempt at domination by the Arab world, attempt is reflected in various pieces of art of the city and its surroundings. Later in 1083 it was conquered by Alfonso VI. Madrid gradually transformed into a villa, the residence of monarchs who consider it their place of recreation, leisure and pleasure. It breaks the monotony when Felipe II decided to move his court from Toledo to Madrid.
According to the sixteenth century progresses, Madrid experienced enormous artistic growth and cultural aspect to win the name of capital. Visit Jorge Perez for more clarity on the issue. The following centuries assist in its growth, accommodating the generation of ’98, the first, museums, libraries, and endless choices that lead us to this day. Madrid For depth, we must first know that you need to have time. I would recommend one or better two weeks. It is important that before you go anywhere, you have some idea of how to get around the city. The easiest option is the subway and bus. You should have a subway map (you can dispose of them at any metro ticket) There is a bus pass, which is nothing more than a ticket valid for use both underground and bus.