Working in collaboration with the Prado, Thyssen-Bornemisza and Reina Sofía museums, a campaign has been developed to encourage visits to all three art galleries
The City Council gets behind promoting Madrid’s Paseo del Arte
CULTURE 14 November 2016
Madrid City Council is putting the spotlight on one of its major tourist attractions, the Paseo del Arte (Art Walk). This morning, the mayor of Madrid Manuela Carmena, and representatives of the Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Reina Sofía (MNCARS) museums, presented a series of initiatives implemented by the Madrid Destino Tourism Department to encourage people to visit all three art galleries.
The City Council has worked with the Tourism Department of municipal company Madrid Destino to publish a guide promoting gastronomy in the capital
Eating in Madrid
TOURISM 14 October 2016
Gastronomy is one of the main distinguishing features of Madrid and one of the most popular tourist attractions for visitors to the capital. This has prompted the Tourism Department at Madrid Destino to publish Eating in Madrid. The publication highlights the best of Madrid and Spanish cuisine with the common thread of the capital's distinctive lifestyle and its gastronomic customs.
Record number of visitors came to the city of Madrid this summer
TOURISM 29 September 2016
This summer, the city of Madrid was one of the most in-demand tourist destinations. According to the Hotel Occupancy Survey carried out by the National Statistics Institute (INE), the capital received 2,264,687 visitors in June, July and August. This represents the most tourists ever recorded in Madrid during the summer and a figure that definitively consolidates the growth of the sector, the driving force behind economic, social and cultural development.
More than 50 concerts and summer activities, 80 percent of them with free entry
Veranos de la Villa – plenty of cultural offerings to enjoy in the city’s 21 districts
CULTURE 14 July 2016
This year, Veranos de la Villa is coming to the city’s 21 districts in a bid to bring culture to all citizens of all ages and in the neighbourhoods where this kind of offer could not be enjoyed traditionally. The programme will run from 1 July until 31 August, with 52 concerts and summer activities livening up 36 venues across Madrid. This time round, peripheral venues are added to those in the heart of the city, which offers an opportunity to rediscover the urban territory.