Madrid is the Capital and largest city in Spain, with a more traditional and conservative feel in many ways compared to flamboyant Barcelona. Nevertheless it has an array of superb galleries such as the Prado and Reina Sofia, alongside excellent business opportunities at the Banco de Espana and Stock Exchange, plus of course the very different majesties of the Royal Palace and the iconic Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, home to the kings of European football, Real Madrid. Let Absolute Travel create a competitive, enriching and carefully planned package for your school trip to Madrid that will cater for all your study visit requirements and allow you and your students to enjoy the endless sights and sounds of this exciting city.
Excellent array of museums - Prado, Reina Sofia
Real Madrid's Santiago Bernabéu Stadium
Royal Palace Madrid
Warner Bros. Parque Warner Madrid theme park
Toledo, Segovia and Salamanca excursions
Madrid has a fantastic range of general cultural visits such as the Iconic Santiago Bernebeu Stadium, home of Real Madrid, Warner Bros Parque Warner Madrid theme park and of course the majesty of the Royal Palace. Guided walking tours around the city are very popular, as are half day guided coach tours to familiarise yourself with this exciting city.
Art and Design groups will love the diverse art museums Madrid has to offer, with the fabulous Prado Museum, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and Reina Sofia top of the list.
Business Studies is also a very popular subject for groups visiting Madrid and with the Banco de Espana, Stock Exchange, Shopping centre visits and business lectures possible among others we can create an exciting package for you.
Among our most popular other subjects are History, Fashion and Architecture, so don't hesitate to get in touch with your requirements and our expert team will create the best value package that meets all your subject needs and is planned with great care and attention.
Outside the city there are a number of exciting excursion options including The Palace of the Kings in El Escorial, Franco's imposing mausoleum at Valle de los Caidos, plus historic and beautiful cities such as Toledo and Segovia.
Where to Stay
Madrid has a wide range of accommodation, from central Youth centres such as the excellent Hat Hostel, to traditional hotels in quieter locations, most on a bed and breakfast basis. There are always plenty of local restaurants at good value for money nearby. Upgrades are also available on request.