Santiago Bernabéu Stadium
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Avenida de Concha Espina 1, Madrid, 28036
The Santiago Bernabéu Stadium and Real Madrid City at Valdebebas are unique, large, luminous, versatile and exclusive venues. The REALMADRID brand guarantees your event will always be remembered.
The venues can hold presentations for new products, conventions, work meetings, lectures, galas, concerts, matches on the pitch... The client decides.
Our high client satisfaction level can be attributed to our event organization experience, our versatility, our scheduling flexibility and our catering service, which is supplied by the best brands in Spain. Many of our clients are repeat customers who choose our facilities to host new events.
Standing almost opposite the Prado Museum and very near the Reina Sofía Modern Art Museum, this new museum, which architect Rafael Moneo was commissioned to design, was the missing cornerstone that finally sealed the triangle of art. With the presence of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection, the most important private collection in the world before it was acquired by the Spanish state in June 1993 for 350 million dollars, few cities can match Madrid’s appeal for art lovers.
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Santa Isabel, 52, Madrid, 28012
The Museo Reina Sofia, an autonomous organization depending on the Spanish Ministry of Culture, was created by Royal Decree 535/88 of May 1988. With its headquarters in San Carlos Hospital, the Collection was made up of works conserved at the time by the Spanish Museum of Contemporary Art. On 10 September 1992, their Majesties King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia inaugurated the Permanent Collection of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, which until then had only held temporary exhibitions.
Now a bona fide museum, its goals – as set forth in the aforementioned decree – were to conserve, expand and exhibit its collections; to promote the general public’s knowledge of and access to contemporary art in its various manifestations; to hold exhibitions at the international level, and to offer training, educational and assessment activities related to its holdings.
Birth place of Miguel de Cervantes.
Famous for its Royal Place and its magnificent gardens. It was once the residence of former Royal residence commissioned by King Philip II.
San Lorenzo del Escorial is one of the former Royal residencies, thought of as the ‘Eighth Wonder of the World’ owing to its magnificent renaissance architecture and frescoes from the 16th and 17th centuries.
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Known as the “city of the three cultures”, with more than 100 historic monuments.
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Known for its historical monuments like the Roman Aqueduct dating back to the 1st Century and the 12th Century Spanish castle ‘Alcázar’.