Madrid (pronounced [ma'ð̞ɾið̞] or colloquially [ma'ð̞ɾiˑ] in Spanish, and [məˈdɹɪd] in English) is
the capital and largest city of Spain.[1]

The city is located on the river Manzanares both in the centre of the country and Community
of Madrid (which comprises the city of Madrid, its subsequent conurbation and extended
suburbs and villages); this commununity is bordered by the autonomous communities of
Castile and León and Castile-La Mancha
Habsburg Madrid – One of the oldest districts in Madrid. You’ll find the city’s key historical attractions such as the
Plaza Mayor with its numerous open-air cafés.
Palacio Real - The Royal Palace holds some 2,800 rooms and offers visitors the chance to bask in the lavishness of the
royal house of Habsburg.
Parque del Buen Retiro - For a chance for some peace in the heady bustle of Madrid wander through this 350-acre
park located in the heart of the city.