Spoil yourself with a trip to this vibrant Spanish city. Madrid is not only the capital of Spain but is also home to many fabulous restaurants, museums and markets. Whether it's your dream to sightsee all day long or mingle until the early hours in one of Madrid's many bars, Madrid is the city for you!
Stay 3 nights at the 4 star Agumar Hotel, Room Only, on selected dates between 20 May - 30 June from £189.
Prices are based on departures from Gatwick, Luton, Stansted.
Departures are also available from Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh and Liverpool from an additional supplement from £30.
Agumar Hotel is located in the heart of the centre in the area known at the Golden Triangle of Art. Within easy reach of the hotel guests can explore a variety of different sights including churches and museums as well as a choice of shopping facilities. The hotel offers guests the perfect place to stay with comfortable, spacious accommodation and a good choice of facilities. There is a 24 hour reception, internet access, Wi-Fi access, currency exchange, concierge desk, conference facilities, laundry service, garage, restaurant and a bar.
Agumar Hotel comprises of 245 rooms including 210 double rooms, 29 single rooms, 4 Junior suites and 2 Suites. All are equipped with a bathroom with a bath and/or a shower, hairdryer, telephone, satellite TV, music, mini-bar, in-room safe, Wi-Fi access, internet access, air conditioning and heating.
Madrid is the largest city in Spain and the 3rd largest city in Europe. It is located on the Manzanares River in the centre of Spain. Madrid is considered as the major financial centre of Southern Europe due to its high standard of living and economic output. The city was one of the most heavily affected cities in Spain during the Civil War. San Nicolas de los Servitas is the oldest church that has survived and the oldest item is the Bell Tower which dates back to the 12th Century. Golden Triangle of Art is located along the Paseo del Prado and comprises of 3 museums, all displaying a variety of art. Madrid is home to Casa de Campo, an urban parkland to the West of the city. In the parkland you can visit the fairground, Madrid Zoo, Parque de Atracciones de Madrid and an outdoor pool. Take a trip in a cable car above the treetops to see the amazing views. Spain has won the UEFA Euro cup for the third time against Italy in the Euro 2012. The first time they won the cup was in 1964 against the Soviet Union followed by beating Germany in 2008.
Madrid is the major centre for International business and is one of Europe's largest financial centres. The nightlife in Madrid is one of the city’s main attractions. You can enjoy a variety of different establishments including cocktail bars, tapas bars, live music venues, flamenco theatres and jazz lounges. Shopping is fantastic in the city centre, offering a wide variety of shops for different tastes. All sorts of trends are in Madrid, from chic and sophisticated to alternative.