Madrid Holidays

Madrid Holidays,

Spain

The Spanish capital of Madrid is a city rich in culture and history, where you can enjoy all the delights of a city break combined with green open spaces. A Madrid tour package from Qatar Airways Holidays will enable you to base your holiday close to all of the amenities and attractions of the city, all the while enjoying the glorious Spanish climate.

Your Madrid travel package will combine luxury travel with sightseeing, stylish shopping and exquisite food, helping you create amazing memories of a wonderful holiday — whether it’s a family trip or a romantic break.

Madrid Holidays Holiday Packages

Your Madrid holiday package from Qatar Airways Holidays will let you experience this diverse city exactly how you want. Whether it’s a tour of the city’s museums and galleries or a night at the opera, you will be able to find it all in Madrid.

Combining amazing flights and stunning hotels, your Madrid holiday will be one to remember.

Good to know

Time Zone

GMT+1 hour , Summer GMT+2 hours

Languages

Spanish with English spoken in main tourist areas

Dialing Code

+34

Electricity

220V 50Hz

Currency

Euro

Madrid Holidays Experiences

  • As you’d expect from a capital city, there is an abundance of luxury hotels in Madrid. From opulent grand accommodation to intimate boutique hotels, there is a huge choice, all depending on what amenities you would like. All offer sumptuous accommodation and many offer fine dining on-site, too. You also have a choice of fabulous facilities including swimming pools and spas to really help you unwind. All are just a short distance from the attractions of the city centre, making Madrid luxury hotels the perfect base for your holiday.
  • Madrid is well known for its fine food and so a Madrid culinary tour is a must for foodies. You can make a tour of the La Latina quarter where many of the most exciting restaurants are located, offering menus packed with delicious fresh seafood along with slow-cooked lamb seasoned with fresh herbs and spices. While in Madrid, it’s worth looking up the world’s oldest restaurant. Opened in 1725, it’s still operating today with an eclectic menu that combines traditional Spanish cuisine with international dishes.
  • Visitors looking for art and culture won’t be disappointed in Madrid. The city is home to the ‘museum triangle’ where you can find Museo del Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemiza Museum of Art, the Reina Sofia National Museum and Art Centre, all along the Paseo del Prado. For the performing arts, a visit to the Teatro Real will give you stunning operatic performances, while the Teatro de la Zarzuela showcases traditional Spanish operetta.
  • Madrid is also home to some fantastic shopping. If it’s designer brands and independent boutiques you’re after, you can take a trip to the Sol-Salamanca district. The Chueca area, on the other hand, is perfect for a more personalised, traditional retail experience.