Madrid, Spain is the capital of Spain and it is situated in the European continent. If you visit Europe it is important that you visit the beautiful city. Do not miss it at any cost! This is also known to be a famous tourist spot and it contains several attractive spots. The amazing beauty of this place draws flocks of tourist each year from all around the world. You can visit the website http://www.everyposition.com/ for detailed information’s. Some of the famous spots are stated below:

El Rastro

This is one of the famous tourist attraction spot in Madrid. You can find several market stalls in this area that deals in valuable items ranging from clothes to accessories and kitchen equipment’s. This is the best place for shopping and during the tourists seasons it remains crammed with people. This place remains open from Tuesday to Sunday. You have to pay an entry fee of 12 $ only.

Prado Museum- Street: Paseo Del Prado

Temporary and permanent exhibitions are held here and various works of murillo, Goya and Ruben’s are displayed here as the master pieces of art you can get audio guides as well as guides books at discount rates. The museum is very huge and it is the most interesting place for all art lovers. You can even take a break in the cafeteria that is located inside the museum premises. The ground floor consists of a book stall.

The most famous museum is reina Sofia that makes up a part of the Madrid's 'Golden Triangle'. It houses the most amazing collection of 20th and 21st century art works. Picasso, Dalí and Miró’s works are worth looking.

This place has the world’s most beautiful restaurant and bar which is situated on the ground floor. The menu is awesome and you will keep on licking your fingers once you taste it. This restaurant remains open from Monday to Saturday and on Sunday it is open up till 2.30 pm. This place is also superb for hanging out and you can easily spend half of the day relaxing and enjoying the meal.

The palacio real is an exclusive structure of 18th and 19th centuries and it is a well known tourist attraction spot. For the Spanish royal family this is their official residence but this building can only be use fir state occasions. The immense country side is simply amazing and once you enter the palace you can see the eye-catching and lavish halls, throne rooms, banqueting rooms and royal pharmacy as well as armory. If you are interested in the rooms of the palace then you can visit them individually. You can take a guide with you who can explain things for you. All these will take at least 45 minutes.

Retiro Park is located at the central area of Madrid and it is popular for Sunday mornings because usually this is a holiday and people prefer to take a morning walk or a relaxing stroll throughout the leafy paths. This park was once used to be a palace garden and it also consisted of boating lake and mind blowing fountains. You can also get to see Judy and punch shows on Sundays as well as tarot card reader and stalls of candy floss.