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Enjoy exquisite collections and rotating exhibitions in the stately 19th-century Recoletos Hall.

Get entry to MAPFRE Foundation art exhibitions with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Regularly changing exhibitions have featured artists including Rodin, Picasso and more.
This small central Madrid gallery showcases notable artists from the 19th and 20th centuries.
For more than three decades, Fundación MAPFRE has been one of the focal points of Madrid's cultural agenda for its exhibitions of fine arts and photography.
Exhibitions include paintings and sculptures focused on some of the world's most famous artists (Renoir, Van Gogh, Picasso, etc.) and the main movements of artistic modernity (Impressionism, Avant-Garde, Surrealism, etc.).
The photography exhibitions also range from the great masters of the 20th century to those who represent the best expression of artistic photography today.
The Foundation is located in the Palace of the Duchess of Medina de las Torres, built between 1881 and 1884, a building representative of historical architecture.
Please check the Fundación MAPFRE website for current exhibitions.

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Visit Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza with zooFamily

Access to all permanent exhibitions
See everything from Pop Art to Renaissance works
Explore Spanish art in the Carmel Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection
Get your art fix at the National Museum Thyssen-Bornemisza. See everything from 13th century paintings through to Renaissance works, sculptures, Pop Art, and more. There are nearly a thousand works to discover at this fascinating museum which will start with a glimpse of two Rodin sculptures in entrance hall, standing on either side of El Paraíso by Tintoretto.
The museum also has an impressive collection of masterpieces which will delight any art fan. Browse works created by the hands of Rubens Rembrandt, Caravaggio, Manet, Renoir, Cézanne, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Kandinsky, Picasso, Hopper, and more. For 19th and 20th Century Spanish art, don’t miss the Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection. Here you’ll find pieces from Lucas Velázquez, Pérez Villaamil, Haes, Martí i Alsina, Fortuny, Rico, and more.
Be sure to check the museum website before you visit as they also have on ongoing rota of temporary exhibits and talks. And even better, when you do go, you can head straight into the museum without having to queue for a ticket, just by showing your Madrid Pass.

National Museum Thyssen-Bornemisza highlights

Édouard Manet, Horsewoman, Full-Face (L’Amazone), ca. 1882
Edgar Degas, Swaying Dancer (Dancer in Green), 1877 - 1879
Paul Gauguin, Mata Mua (In Olden Times), 1892
Pablo Picasso, Harlequin with a Mirror, 1923
Giovanni da Bologna,  The Coronation of the Virgin with four Angels, ca. 1380 - 1390
Vincent van Gogh, Les Vessenots in Auvers, 1890
Francis Bacon, Portrait of George Dyer in a Mirror, 1968
Roy Lichtenstein, Woman in Bath, 1963
Hans Holbein the Elder, Portrait of a Woman, ca. 1518 - 1520
Hans Wertinger, The Court Jester known as "Knight Christoph”, 1515
Jan Mostaert, The Expulsion of Hagar, ca. 1520 - 1525

Did you know

Villahermosa Palace (where the museum is housed) is the former bank and home of an aristocratic family.
Originally a private collection, the pieces were bought by the Spanish government in 1993.
Madrid has been the capital of Spain since 1562.
Madrid is home to arguably the best football team in the world, Real Madrid FC.

zooFamily is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility when sightseeing in Madrid. Your pass includes Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza tickets, plus admission to dozens more top attractions.

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Enjoy a Las Ventas Experience with zooFamily

Entry to the bullring and bullfighting museum
Virtual reality bullfighting game
Immersive bullfighting fair experience
10% discount in the gift shop when you show your pass
Explore the most famous bullring in the world and get a detailed insight into the history of bullfighting. Take a self-guided tour around the venue and access areas of the arena that are not usually open to the public.
Your audioguide will provide you with all the facts and as you explore each area you'll hear plenty of anecdotes and stories along the way. Your ticket also includes access to the museum and a free virtual bullfighting game where you'll feel as though you're part of the action. There's also a virtual reality bullfighting fair experience where you'll don some virtual glasses and immerse yourself in the atmosphere.
The audioguides are available in Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean.

Las Ventas Experience highlights

The Bullring – With a total area of ​​45,800 square meters, its the largest in Spain and the most culturally and historically important bullring in the country. Explore the impressive construction while learning all about its history.
Bullfighting Museum – see the famous matador uniforms on display along with posters dating back to the 30s and a collection of historical artifacts.
Virtual Bullfighting game – don your virtual reality glasses, grab your virtual red cape and get stuck into the action. Feel the fear and adrenalin as you take part in a true-to-life bullfight.

Las Ventas facts

Plenty of world-famous performers have played at the bullring including The Beatles, Diana Ross, Radiohead, and Kylie Minogue.

zooFamily is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility when sightseeing in Madrid. Your pass includes Las Ventas tour tickets, plus admission to dozens more top attractions.

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Head to the Madrid Wax Museum and get up close to your favorite celebrities, sports stars, and even historical figures.

Visit Museo de Cera with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Includes entry to the permanent exhibitions
A ride on the horror train and RV simulator
Learn about the history of Spain in the multivision room
This fun museum is ideal for all the family and has a long history of entertaining the public with its realistic wax figures - since 1972 in fact.
There's plenty to keep you entertained here. Take a selfie with Marylin Monroe, have a kick about with Ronaldo or learn about Spanish history in the Gallery of Kings. And once you’ve had your fill of wax figures, there’s still more to see. Jump in the RV simulator and take a VR journey in a spaceship. For those looking for thrills, check out the horror train and go on a frightful ride through ghastly dungeons and underneath Madrid’s Paseo de Recoletos.
Finally, head to the multivision room, settle in and get an insight into the history of Spain, presented by an animatronic Emperor Charles I. You’ll learn all about the country from prehistory, right up to the present day.  

Madrid Wax Museum highlights

Sport – get a selfie with Cristiano Ronaldo, Rafa Nadal, and Marc Marquez.
Arts and Science – find out more about Miguel de Cervantes, Pablo Picasso, and Margarita Salas.
Shows – cosy up to the A-list including Tom Cruise, Justin Bieber, Marylin Monroe, and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Children’s – see Little Red Riding Hood, E.T, Bart Simpson, and more.
Horror – get thrills and chills as you come face-to-face with Frankenstein’s Monster, Dr Knox, and Pennywise.
History – see historical figures including Felipe VI, Reyes Católicos, and Blas de Lezo.

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Enjoy a local expert-led tour around the city's most famous park and the stunning Cibeles Palace which now houses Madrid City Hall

Take a Parque del Retiro and Cibeles Palace Tour with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Gaze over the city from the rooftop of the Cibeles Palace.
Enjoy the lush green space of Retiro Park and the treasures within its walls.
Your guide provides lots of information in English or Spanish.
This 2-in-1 tour is the best way to explore this beautiful and airy corner of the capital.
You'll start your tour outside the magnificent Palacio Cibeles, the ornately decorated former city post office that now serves as City Hall. Your guide will tell you all about the gorgeous structure and you'll get to wander its grand interior halls before venturing up onto the roof to soak up the view over Madrid. You'll want a camera for this! It's the best spot in the city to photograph the city's main avenue, the Gran  Vía.
Next, you'll be led down Calle de Alcalá to the city's great green lung, Parque del Retiro. Designed in the 17th century, the Count-Duke of Olivares designed a space for the recreation of the king and his court and is known to this day for being one of Europe's most stunning metropolitan parks.
Your guide will explain the historical context behind the park’s most outstanding attractions. You can marvel at the size of the Estanque Grande lake (originally intended for the recreation of legendary naval battles!), be dazzled by the beauty of the Crystal Palace, contemplate the Fountain of the Galapagos, or discover the legend of the statue of the Fallen Angel.

At the end of the tour, you can feel free to enjoy the park at your own leisure, reveling in your newfound knowledge and taking a well-earned breather from the city!

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Take a day trip to the ancient Spanish city of Toledo to marvel at its medieval castle, grand gothic cathedral, and 10th-century city gates.

Take a self-guided Toledo tour with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Three daily departures whisk you from the hustle and bustle of Madrid to ancient Toledo.
There’s a brief guided tour on arrival to help you get your bearings before you set off ld on your solo adventure around the Imperial City.
Toledo is chock-full of fascinating historical sites: don’t miss medieval San Servando Castle and the arched Alcántara Bridge over the Tagus River.
Stroll the medieval streets of Toledo on a self-guided tour that lets you choose exactly which attractions you want to visit.
Toledo is a Unesco World Heritage Site, and it’s easy to see why. Narrow lanes and tiny cobbled alleyways wind past ancient churches and synagogues to the gigantic gothic confection that is St Mary’s cathedral, and a formidable 16th-century fortress at the top of the hill. There’s also a crypt full of mummies and many more subterranean delights to explore, including caves, cemeteries and Roman baths.
Depending on your return time, you can spend up to eight hours here, to allow for a more leisurely visit – and to give you a chance to sample Toledo’s famous marzipan, and pause for albondigas and patatas bravas in some of the excellent side-street tapas bars.

Self-guided Toledo tour highlights

St Mary’s Cathedral - don’t miss this 13th-century gothic masterpiece, one of the finest examples of its kind in Spain.
Church of Santo Tomé - home to Renaissance artist El Greco's huge masterpiece, The Burial of the Count of Orgaz.
Castle of San Servando - said to be haunted, this ancient castle overlooks the Tagus River.

zooFamily is a better way to sightsee. Your pass includes Self-guided Toledo tour tickets, plus admission to dozens of top Madrid attractions for one money-saving price.

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Saddle up for a guided bike tour of magnificent Retiro Park, the huge green oasis in the heart of Madrid.

Take a Retiro Park bike tour with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Includes your bike and helmet, a Madrid city map and a locker for your backpack.
Guides speak English and Spanish.
You’ll see the Crystal Palace, Velázquez Palace, the Fountain of the Fallen Angel and more.
Experience Madrid’s splendid Retiro Park on two wheels with a guided bike tour of all its best attractions.
Retiro Park is a lush green feast for the senses, its 350 acres dotted with stunning landscaped gardens, gushing fountains, tranquil lakes, regal palaces and impressive statues and sculptures.
There’s much to enjoy on this two-hour bike tour. Pause to snap the Crystal Palace from across the water. Originally a hothouse for tropical plants, this beautiful iron-and-glass building boasts a fine cupola and nowadays hosts regular art exhibitions.
Meander through the fragrant rose garden to the famed Fountain of the Fallen Angel, whose Paradise Lost-inspired statue depicts Lucifer descending from heaven.
You won’t want to miss the Velázquez Palace, a huge neoclassical confection with colorful tiled arches and glass domes. It’s a lovely place to pause, breathe in the park’s floral scents and gaze out across the tranquil boating lake.
This comprehensive tour of what is arguably Madrid’s finest park will also pass by world-famous sights including the Prado Museum as you weave your way back to the starting point.

Retiro Park bike tour highlights

Crystal Palace - a superb feat of 19th-century engineering with a fine glass cupola
Velázquez Palace - admire the intricately designed tiles that adorn the exterior
Fountain of the Fallen Angel - said to be the only public statue of satan in the world

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See the city at your own pace with a choice of two hop-on hop-off bus routes that take in the best of historic and modern Madrid.

Take a hop-on hop-off bus tour of Madrid with zooFamily

With us, there are no additional fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
You can hop on and off the buses as many times as you like in a single day and mix and match between the two routes.
See historic sights such as the Plaza Mayor, Prado Museum and Royal Palace, and the best of modern Madrid, including Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabéu Stadium and the grand Serrano shopping boulevard.
Buses include multilingual audio guides in 14 different languages.
There are two routes to choose from and you can mix and match between them throughout the day.
Route 1 (blue):
Hop on to the blue route for a tour of Madrid’s most historic landmarks. Highlights of this circuit include the Temple of Debod with its tranquil pools and graceful stone arches. This ancient Egyptian shrine was donated to Spain by the Egyptian state in the 1960s and relocated to Madrid, where it has remained a firm favorite with locals ever since.
Art lovers will relish the opportunity to hop off at the world-class Prado Museum, with its distinctive colonnaded entrance and huge collection of European art, including works by Goya, Bosch, Rubens, Velázquez and many more.
See the Almudena Cathedral with its magnificent dome and soaring bell towers, and the grand Royal Palace, the largest in Europe. You can also whiz past Puerta de Alcalá – one of the ancient gates to the city – and over Madrid’s oldest bridge, the Puente de Segovia.
A non-stop circuit of the historic blue route lasts around an hour and 20 minutes.
Route 2 (green):
The green route focuses on Madrid’s more modern side, taking in bustling shopping streets, the KIO Towers and the Real Madrid soccer stadium.
Calle de Serrano is a luxury shoppers’ paradise in the heart of Madrid. Jump off here for clothes and shoes from some of the world’s top designers, including Manolo Blahnik and Prada. You’ll need deep pockets for a trip to the jewelry quarter where sparkling window displays from the likes of Cartier and Bulgari vie for your attention. Spain’s famous department store El Corte Inglés is the place to go for electronics, homeware, designer accessories and more.
Retreat beneath the underpass just off Serrano for a surprising collection of abstract sculptures by Spanish artists, scattered across three levels in the open-air Museum of Public Art.
A circuit of the modern green route takes just over an hour and also takes in Plaza de Colón, Puerta del Sol and much more. Both routes include a map detailing all the stops, as well as a booklet offering discounts at a number of shops and restaurants across Madrid.

Madrid hop-on hop-off bus tour highlights

Route 1 (blue) - historic sights including the Royal Palace, Almudena Cathedral, Madrid’s oldest bridge, Plaza Mayor, the ancient Temple of Debod, the Prado Museum and more
Route 2 (green) - Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Serrano shopping street, Puerta del Sol, Plaza de las Cortes, the Museum of Public Art, the KIO Towers and more
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Experience the baroque magnificence of Madrid’s Royal Palace on a fascinating guided tour.

Take a Madrid Royal Palace tour with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Knowledgeable guides speak Spanish and English.
Learn about the palace’s long and troubled history on this 90-minute tour.
Spot paintings by masters including Caravaggio, Goya, and Velázquez.
Walk in the footsteps of kings and queens on a palace tour that includes the throne room, royal chapel, parade grounds and more.
Madrid’s Royal Palace is the biggest functioning royal palace in Europe. You’ll get to experience a flavor of its epic scale on this tour, which takes in some of its grandest, most important rooms and includes an illuminating commentary from your knowledgeable guide.
Cameras at the ready for the grand staircase, which sweeps majestically up to the first floor beneath a huge Giaquinto ceiling fresco. Look out also for incredible artworks from European masters including Goya, Caravaggio and Velázquez.
You’ll visit the royal armory, with exhibits that date back as far as medieval times, before stepping into the opulent splendor of the throne room. Here, golden lions flank sumptuous gilt-edged thrones, and dazzling chandeliers light up Tiepolo’s glorious fresco.
Afterwards, take a gentle stroll through peaceful Campo del Moro, the ornate English-style gardens to the rear of the palace, with their monumental neoclassical fountains.

Madrid Royal Palace tour highlights

Throne room - marvel at this masterclass in royal opulence
Royal armory - suits of armor and medieval weaponry galore
Old masters - spot amazing frescoes and paintings by artists from Giaquinto to Goya
Campo del Moro - admire the 17th-century Tritons and 18th-century Las Conchas fountains

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See Madrid’s cultural and historical hotspots aboard a Segway.

Go on a Madrid sightseeing Segway tour with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Includes your Segway, helmet, reflective waistcoat and an English- and Spanish-speaking guide.
This one-hour tour takes in sights including the Royal Palace, Almudena Cathedral and more.
Segway tours are a great way to see lots of Madrid’s top attractions in a short time. Hop aboard!
Ready to roll? Then let’s go. Your one-hour guided tour takes you across tranquil Plaza de Ramales to Almudena Cathedral, and onwards to Plaza de Oriente where imposing statues of gothic kings stand proudly in a row.
Photo opportunities abound in front of the Royal Palace’s grand, gleaming facade, and in the ornate Sabatini Gardens, which are particularly charming at dusk. Enjoy a moment of quiet contemplation by the pond, with its trickling fountains and white marble sculptures.
There’s a final opportunity for some people-watching as you whiz back across the Plaza de Ópera, home of the Royal Theatre. You'll see way more in an hour than you'd manage on foot!

Madrid sightseeing Segway tour highlights

Royal Palace and gardens - disembark your Segway for some quiet time in the palace gardens
Almudena Cathedral - admire the splendid bell towers and cupola of this neoclassical giant
Plaza de Oriente - check out the statues of gothic kings all in a row

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One of Spain's most illustrious art museums, the Reina Sofia conserves many national and international treasures behind its doors

Take a guided tour of Reina Sofía Museum with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Your expert guide shows you the best of the masterpieces in the museum and the fascinating stories that go with them
Marvel at the stunning building, originally a hospital
Tours held in English or Spanish
Opened in 1992, the Reina Sofia Museum is named after Spain's former Queen.
Dedicated predominantly to Spanish art, the Reina Sofia focuses mainly on the three greatest masters of the twentieth century in Spain: Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí and Joan Miró. The most famous masterpiece in the museum is Picasso’s painting, 'El Guernica' which everybody comes to see. In fact, in 2019 the museum saw 4.48million visitors, making it among the world's most visited.
Along the tour, your expert guide will explain Spanish art, from abstractionism to cubism, surrealism and modernism, showing you the most important works from the main artists and some from international masters.
This museum is housed in an old building that used to be a hospital, and its grand hallways are the ideal place to discover the most avant-garde painters and sculptors from all over the world.
There are also temporary exhibitions from international artists, with an exciting and ever-changing roster of artworks.

Art history buffs should relish the opportunity to experience the Reina Sofia - one of the world's top museums - in this way!

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See the very best of Madrid, including the Royal Palace, Almudena Cathedral and Fountain of Cybele, on this three-hour tour of the city.

Take a Madrid highlights tour with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Includes a one-hour guided walking tour of the city center plus two-hour bus tour of other major Madrid attractions.
Visit Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol and Plaza de Oriente, and see sights including the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Royal Palace and more.
This hybrid tour is a great introduction to Madrid and lets you tick off many of the city's highlights in just three hours!
Your adventure begins with a walk through the atmospheric alleys and plazas of Madrid’s old town. Pause at the Plaza de la Villa, home to some of the city’s oldest buildings including the well-preserved 16th-century Casa de Cisnero palace and the imposing city hall. You’ll also visit the vast Plaza Mayor square and Puerta del Sol with its famous clock tower.
Next, hop aboard the air-conditioned bus for a whistle-stop whiz around some of Madrid’s best-loved attractions. This part of the tour includes a chance to see the Napoleonic-era Puerta de Toledo triumphal arch, the ancient city gate of Puerta de Alcalá, and Puente de Segovia, a splendid Roman aqueduct-style stone bridge that dates back to the 1580s.
As you cruise riverside, you’ll also enjoy fantastic panoramas that take in the enormous Royal Palace and fine neo-classical cathedral.
Soccer fans will enjoy spotting the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, home of Real Madrid – the Spanish soccer league's most successful team of all time – and the Fountain of Cybele, the 18th-century monument where fans traditionally celebrate their team’s victories.

Madrid highlights tour must-sees

Plaza de la Villa - take a stroll round this square containing some of Madrid’s oldest buildings
Riverside drive - spot the Royal Palace, Almudena Cathedral and Madrid’s oldest bridge from the comfort of the bus
Soccer highlights - see local soccer stars Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabéu Stadium and the ornate Fountain of Cybele, where the team’s fans celebrate their wins

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Crack the codes and solve the puzzles... see if you can find the killer.

Solve the Murder by the Royal Palace with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees to pay on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Take yourself on a tour of the city to solve a mystery inspired by true crime.
Explore the city, looking for clues to find the murderer.
If you're looking a fun and exciting way to explore Madrid but fancy doing something a little different, then this one's for you!
Your pass gives you the opportunity to become Madrid's newest detective and solve a murder case as you explore the Spanish streets, based on true crimes from Madrid's mysterious past.
Crack the codes, solve the puzzles, and follow the clues as the story unfolds through the city. Put together your case to work out, step by step, who the killer really is.

Pickup everything you need in the secret envelope and let the investigation begin. Good luck Detective.

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Zip through the streets of Madrid in comfort on an electric bike tour of the city’s most inspiring sights.

Take a tour of Madrid by electric bike with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Includes your bike and helmet, a Madrid city map and a locker for your backpack.
Guides speak English and Spanish.
Your 10km circuit takes in the Prado Museum, Retiro Park, Royal Palace and more.
Saddle up to see the very best of Madrid on a guided ebike tour of all its best attractions.
This epic three-hour tour of the Spanish capital visits landmarks including the Royal Palace, a splendid example of baroque architecture, and the grand neoclassical Almudena Cathedral, with its impressive bell towers and square cupola.
You’ll whiz around Retiro Park, Madrid’s great green lung, a paradise for cyclists, skaters and strollers, with its grand palaces, beautiful gardens and many monuments. And through Plaza de la Villa, where some of Madrid’s oldest buildings can be seen, including selfie-takers’ favourite Casa de Cisneros.
The Prado Museum, with its distinctive colonnaded entrance, and bustling foodies’ favourite San Miguel Market are just two more of the sights you’ll enjoy on this comprehensive tour, where the ebike does all the hard work and all you need to do is sit back and enjoy the sights!

Madrid electric bike tour highlights

Royal Palace - the splendid official residence of the Spanish royal family
Prado Museum - home to one of the world’s finest art collections
Almudena Cathedral - admire the magnificent bell towers and cupola
Retiro Park - stop to smell the roses in this huge expanse of city centre parkland

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As grand finales go, a chocolate and churros tasting at the end of this Segway tour has to be the best!

Indulde yourself on a chocolate and churros Segway tour with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Includes your Segway, helmet, reflective waistcoat and an English- and Spanish-speaking guide.
You’ll see the Royal Palace and Almudena Cathedral on this one-hour tour.
Includes churros and hot chocolate at the end of the tour.
Enjoy a taste of the sweet life: this whistlestop Madrid tour includes an indulgent taste of doughy churros dipped in hot chocolate!
Take a spin through Madrid’s plazas, boulevards and alleyways aboard a Segway, pausing to admire attractions including the towering Almudena Cathedral and baroque Royal Palace.
Spend some time enjoying the peace and tranquility of the palace’s Sabatini Gardens, with their gentle fountains and pristine marble statues. When the sound of your rumbling stomach breaks the silence it’s time to move onwards towards this tour’s sweet-toothed highlight.
Speed back to the starting point via Plaza de Ópera – home of the Royal Theatre. Here you’ll dig into one of Madrid’s most coveted sweet treats: churros. These irresistible lengths of deep-fried dough are lashed with sugar and served with a piping hot pool of chocolate for dipping.

Chocolate and churros Segway tour highlights:

Royal Palace - the Madrid home to Spain’s royal family contains a staggering 2,800 elaborately-decorated rooms
Almudena Cathedral- this imposing cathedral sits opposite the royal palace and serves as the center of the catholic church in Madrid
Churros and chocolate - end the tour with a well-deserved sit down and savor these doughnut-like treats dipped in chocolate

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Experience one of the world’s finest art museums with a guided tour of the Prado’s highlights, including major works by Goya, Bosch, Rubens, Titian and Velázquez.

Take a guided tour of the Prado Museum with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
This skip the line guided tour takes you straight to the front of the queue.
Admire masterpieces by some of the greatest artists who ever lived.
You can stay in the museum and wander around at your leisure once the guided tour is over.
The Prado Museum is home to thousands of paintings, prints, drawings and sculptures dating from the 12th Century right up to the present day.
Highlights include Hieronymus Bosch’s enigmatic triptych altarpiece The Garden of Earthly Delights, the meaning of which has evaded scholars for centuries. Is it a warning against succumbing to temptation or a celebration of sexual abandon? Make up your own mind as your guide talks you through some of the key highlights in this huge museum, which boasts the world’s largest collections of Bosch, Titian, Goya and more.
Goya’s brutal meditation on the horrors of war is depicted in The Third of May 1808. Not for the faint of heart, it captures the spirit of Spanish resistance in the face of Napoleon’s occupying forces during the Peninsular War.
Other must-see works include Rubens’ depiction of the Three Graces of Greek mythology, and the illusory Las Meninas by Diego Velázquez, considered his masterpiece and indeed one of the most important paintings in Western art history.
After your tour, you’re free to roam the museum until closing time, and there’s so much great art to see here you could easily make a whole day of it.

Prado Museum guided tour highlights

Hieronymus Bosch - view works including Bosch’s famous triptychs: The Garden of Earthly Delights, The Haywain and the Triptych of the Adoration of the Magi
Diego Velázquez - key works by the Spanish master include Vulcan’s Forge, The Crucified Christ and, his masterpiece, Las Meninas
Francisco de Goya - the Prado’s extensive Goya collection includes hundreds of pieces, including some of his most challenging works, such as The Third of May 1808 and Saturn Devouring his Son

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A visit to the home of the 14-time UEFA Champions League winners is not to be missed!

Take a Bernabeu Stadium Tour with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day, all you've got to do is show your pass.
Get a panoramic view of the pitch.    
Check out interactive exhibits, trophies and exclusive memorabilia.
Please note: due to construction work, your tour will be limited to the following areas: the panoramic view of the stadium, Real Madrid CF Museum, the Santiago Bernabéu XXI Century interactive scale model, photo-montages with players and the official store.
Explore the official home of Real Madrid - one of the greatest soccer clubs in history. You'll start your tour by getting a panoramic view of the stadium at its highest point - aka the perfect photo spot. Then, take an interactive journey through the club's history and explore a huge collection of trophies and memorabilia.

Bernabéu Stadium tour highlights

Panoramic pitch view - get an amazing view of the entire stadium from its highest point.
Real Madrid C.F. Museum - see all the club's trophies, learn about Real Madrid's first team through audiovisuals at 'Legendary players', check out a space dedicated to the Real Madrid basketball team, and take a look at the 14th Champions League trophy!

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Take a tour through Madrid's history and enjoy the sights of the city.

Enjoy an El Escorial and Valley of the Fallen Tour with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Visit the Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial.
Enjoy spectacular views from the Valley of the Fallen.
Available in English and Spanish.
On this history-themed, half-day tour you'll get the chance to explore a 16th-century monastery and enjoy picture-perfect views of Madrid's mountain range. The first stop on the tour is the Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escoria – one of Spain's most visited landmarks. You'll step inside this astonishing architectural masterpiece and explore the vast complex which includes a church, a palace, a library, and a college. Admire the opulent frescoes, see Renaissance works of art and learn all about the building's history from your expert guide.
Your next stop is Valley of the Fallen – an impressive basilica and crypt excavated into the rock of the mountain and topped by a huge 150-meter cross. From here, you'll get spectacular views of Madrid's surrounding mountains and natural landscape, so don't forget to take plenty of snaps.  

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Take a daytrip to the ancient cities of Toledo and Segovia and discover their medieval cathedrals, plazas, bridges and Roman aqueducts.

Take a full-day tour of Toledo and Segovia with zooFamily

With us, there are no additional fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Escape the hustle and bustle of Madrid to experience the ancient Spanish cities of Segovia and Toledo.
Both destinations are packed with fascinating historical sites: your tour will take in Toledo’s gothic cathedral and arched San Martín bridge, plus Segovia’s medieval castle and awe-inspiring Roman aqueduct.
Commentary on this fully guided tour is available in Spanish and English.
Tick off two Unesco World Heritage Sites in one day with this comprehensive guided tour of Toledo and Segovia.
Your tour begins in Toledo, where narrow lanes and cobbled alleyways wind past ancient synagogues and churches. There’s a formidable fortress on top of the hill as well as a huge, ornate gothic cathedral. Your guide will take you on a journey through the historic streets, where you’ll visit attractions including the well-preserved 15th-century Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes and enjoy panoramic views of the Bridge of San Martín with its soaring arches. Don’t miss the chance to pick up some of Toledo’s famously sweet marzipan while you’re there – it’s delicious!
Have a go at counting the arches of Segovia’s incredible Roman Aqueduct. Built around 2,000 years ago to transport water from the Rio Frio river, it’s one of the best-preserved of its kind in the world. The tour passes through the grand Plaza del Azoguejo, where the aqueduct is at its highest, and onwards to Segovia Cathedral, an absolutely enormous Gothic confection and the last to be built in this style in Spain, way back in the mid-16th Century.
Explore the atmospheric streets of the old town and grab some Instagram-ready snaps as you pass through the colorful Canonjías neighborhood en route to what is arguably the tour highlight: the Alcázar of Segovia. Shaped like the bow of a ship, this imposing medieval fortress rises proudly out of a rocky crag near the Guadarrama mountains. If this fairytale castle looks familiar, that’s because the Alcázar was one of a number of European castles that inspired Walt Disney in the creation of his iconic Cinderella Castle logo.

Toledo and Segovia tour highlights

Toledo Cathedral - this 13th-century Gothic masterpiece is one of the finest examples of its kind in Spain
Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes - an Isabelline-style Franciscan monastery built in Toledo in the late 15th Century, it has an impressive two-level cloister, elaborate gargoyles and pinnacles, and a pleasant garden
Aqueduct of Segovia - this marvel of Roman engineering spans around 15km in length and is 28.5 meters tall at its highest point in Segovia’s Plaza del Azoguejo
Alcázar of Segovia - visit the spectacular fairytale castle that inspired Walt Disney, from where you’ll also enjoy excellent views of the enormous Segovia Cathedral

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