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Holiday Length

3 nights

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Price guide

From £625pp

The price shown is a guide - based on two people sharing and generally includes economy flights. Your holiday will be tailor-made to suit you and there are many factors that can influence the price, such as standard of accommodation, class of flight and time of year. Ask your travel specialist for more information.
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City break, Tailor-made

Highlights

Madrid city break

Spain’s capital Madrid has an all-consuming passion for culture, nightlife and culinary pleasures. This Madrid city break will help you discover the best of all three. Your trip includes return flights, private transfers and hotels, including breakfast. It also covers a private half-day Madrid tour on foot with one of our expert guides, along with entrance fees to the Palacio Real. Soak up the sultry atmosphere as you flit from tapas joint to cocktail bar to nightclub. The services of our dedicated A&K Concierge are also available, should you need to book additional private tours, restaurants and spa treatments.

Why Madrid?

Beautiful and beguiling, Madrid brims with Latin energy. Madrilenos know how to live the good life, from their early morning cafe con leche to an alfresco dinner at 11pm. The city excels at many things: sports, culture, shopping, art. Yet it’s quieter than many other Spanish cities, so it’s often easier to get under its skin. The nightlife here is the stuff of legend, with more bars than any other city on Earth. Nightclubs and cocktail bars are always packed to the rafters with a happy crowd keen to samba into the small hours.

As one of the richest culinary capitals in Europe, the foodie scene continues to set the pace. Embrace the innovation of Spain’s gastronomic revolution while staying close to the traditions of Spanish cuisine. It’s no surprise the world’s oldest restaurant is found here. Few cities can claim an artistic pedigree quite as impressive as Madrid’s either. It has art lovers returning many times over. Paseo del Prado is home to three of the world’s greatest galleries. Stroll around them and view the legacy of self-important Spanish royals from centuries past.

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