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Aparthotel in Palos de Moguer - Madrid | Map
1.2 km from the centre
  • 40 m2
  • 6 people
  • Internet
  • Air conditioning
  • Heating
  • Terrace
  • Swimming pool
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Aparthotel in Embajadores - Madrid | Map
659 m from the centre
  • 108 m2
  • 7 people
  • Air conditioning
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  • Balcony
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Aparthotel in Cortes - Madrid | Map
438 m from the centre
  • 94 m2
  • 6 people
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Apartments near the Reina Sofía Museum: the best area of Madrid

In the very centre of Spain, Madrid, the capital of the country offers an unrepeatable combination of Spanish culture and cosmopolitan life. In this beautiful city, and its neighbourhoods you can find everything: green spaces, a busy nightlife, monuments, excellent places to eat and many important museums.
Among the must-see museums of Madrid we have the Reina Sofía Museum next to the Prado Museum, and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. Only 25 years since its inauguration in 1992 , it has already become one of the most visited and renowned museums in the world. There is an incredible collection of Spanish art, especially from the 20th and 21st centuries. Although you do not understand much about art history, the visit to the museum itself is impressive because of its architecture, since it was established in the old General Hospital of Madrid, a huge neoclassical building of the eighteenth century.
Among the must-see works that you will find at the Reina Sofía, you will be able to visit the works by the most famous Spanish artists such as Juan Gris, Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró, and Pablo Picasso. In addition, it has works by contemporary artists from around the world in impressive collections that revolve around cubism and surrealism.
In addition to the impressive permanent collection, Reina Sofía has temporary exhibitions and an important library.
If you are going to visit Madrid, what could be better than renting an apartment in the area near this impressive museum?
Apartments near the Reina Sofía Museum - Places to visit near the Reina Sofía Museum

Accommodation near the Reina Sofía Museum

The Atocha area, in Madrid, is one of the richest and most active areas of the city. There you can find some of its most important attractions, such as the Paseo del Prado, the Botanical Garden and El Retiro Park, with all the treasures that it keeps inside.
In this neighbourhood, due to its cultural wealth and its tourist attraction, you can find all kinds of accommodation, from luxury hotels to more modest ones. If you want to enjoy Madrid with absolute independence and tranquillity, however, we recommend renting an apartment. In an apartment you are the absolute owner of your space and your times. You will be able to enjoy the intimacy and comfort of having your own place, and experience the authentic experience of the city like a native. At Only-apartments we have a large number of properties at your disposal. We have large apartments for the whole family or studios with a single environment for the solo traveller. All properties are fully furnished and equipped so that you can get the most out of your stay. We recommend you to go through all the options and choose what best suits your wishes, your needs and your budget.

Places to visit near the Reina Sofía Museum

In the area of Atocha there are a lot of sites of tourist interest that you can visit. From green spaces to ideal places for rainy days. There is a great offer. We will list some of them below:

  • Royal Botanical Garden. It is not only a beautiful walk for a sunny day, but an important research centre, founded in 1755. The complex of 8 hectares has an important collection of more than 5,000 species of plants from different parts of the world.
  • National Prado Museum. It is one of the most important museums in the world. Together with Reina Sofía and Thyssen-Bornemisza, it forms the well-known "Triángulo del Arte" or "Triángulo de Oro" of Madrid. Its collection is focused on paintings by European artists ranging from the 16th to the 19th centuries, including Goya, Bosch, Rafael, Velázquez, El Greco, Tiziano and Rubens, among many others.
  • Retiro Park. It is probably the most important green space in Madrid. In its 118 hectares, it houses important architectural constructions and sculptures, in addition to which the design of the park itself can be considered as a landscape work. The monuments and buildings that can be found in El Retiro include fountains, sculptures, monuments, monumental doors, the Crystal Palace, the Big Pond, the Parterre and the remains of the Romanesque hermitage of San Pelayo and San Isidoro.
  • Price circus. It is a space for shows available for all ages. It is an old circus from the mid-nineteenth century, founded by an Irishman named Price. Although the original building was demolished in 1970, in 2007 a new circus was built that maintains the circular shape of the original, with a capacity for 2,000 spectators. You can access the circus from the Ronda de Atocha.
  • Palacio de Fomento. In Ronda de Atocha you will see a striking building with three large sculptures on its roof. This is the Palace of Development, which currently operates the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Food and Environment of Spain. Free guided tours are made regularly, where the artistic and architectural wealth of the palace can be appreciated. There are also dramatized visits with actors who play the role of individuals of the 19th century to tell their story.
  • Real Observatorio de Madrid. Founded in 1667, it is a historic geodesic and astronomical research centre of international importance. Originally, the observatory had a telescope designed by William Herschel, which was destroyed during a French invasion. However, today a replica can be seen.

How to get to the Reina Sofía Museum

The museum is located in the Atocha area. To get there by public transport, the nearest train and underground stations are called Atocha. From the Chamartín station, you must take the metro, which will leave you in Atocha in approximately thirty minutes; There are several lines that take this route.
From the Estación Sur bus station, the best option is to take metro line 4 at Avenida de América and get off at Colón. From there, you must take bus number 27 to the Reina Sofia stop. From any of the Barajas airport terminals, you only have to take the metro (line C1) to Atocha.

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