Tourists and Expats in Madrid will find the place more enjoyable. Madrid is loaded with many historical key attractions include the ‘Golden Triangle’ of art museums on Paseo del Arte (Art Walk) Prado, Thyssen-Bornemisza and Reina Sofia. You will find the place amazingly awesome with the essence of medieval Madrid which you can still feel in the areas such as Plaza Mayor and Calle. Madrid is a great place starting from sightseeing, historical landmarks, to all the way through relaxing in the parks. Read about the galleries and museums of the city through clicking the links given on this page.
You will find above 7,000 paintings by artists like Botticelli, Titian and Rembrandt in the Prado Museum. This is one of the world’s most significant art galleries.
Visit www.museothyssen.org to see more about the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. The Museum was established in the 18th century.You will find a vast collection of sculptures, paintings, carvings and tapestries by artists like Durer, Renoir and Van Eyck.
Reina Sofia National Art Centre Museum:
Reina Sofia National Art Centre Museum is designed just like London’s Tate Gallery which consist of a huge collection of 20th century Spanish art. To know more click on www.museoreinasofia.es.
Plaza Mayor :
Tourist and expat never miss the opportunity to see, the Plaza Mayor square in Madrid. It is the evidence of the scene of real knights’ tournaments and medieval rituals.
Thus, in a nutshell, you will get a very good facility of Education and schools, Restaurants, amusement park with its rides and Virtual Cinema in Spain. There are free public schools in Madrid for local students. Children of expat family can attend international schools.
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