Before you travel to Madrid, you should know some essential information, such as how to move around, the basic social norms, the weather, and also about activities that will probably interest you, apps that you will need, emergency phone numbers, and how to get from the airport to downtown, among others.

What to Know Before you Travel to Madrid

You can anticipate by downloading the Madrid apps that you will use the most and finding out about the weather so you can bring the right clothes.

From the airport to Madrid

In consequence, and before you travel to Madrid, learn our tips to reach Madrid from the airport and how to move around. You should be aware of how public transport works in Madrid.

Safety tips

Madrid is a very safe city; however, it is always important to know the emergency telephone numbers in advance in case of any health complications or other type of situation. Having a secure trip to Madrid also means having the important phone numbers on the phone.

Looking for an apartment in Madrid?

If you travel to Madrid for several days or need a temporary place to stay, we have short tern apartments on Serrano Street, known as the “Golden Mile of Madrid.” We also have apartments for one month and apartments for one year. But you can always try “idealista” if you prefer other apartments.

Once you have a house, you need to know about rental property maintenance.

Visit the most Popular Places

Wow, you settled. Now, it is time to enjoy. We have a post for you. What to see in Madrid on your first visit or a plan to visit Madrid in 1 day. Also, you have other alternatives, such as getting to visit the Center of Madrid or getting to know the 10 places of tourism in Madrid.

If you travel to madrid frequently,

Try visiting these not-so-known but special places.

Beautiful locations close to Madrid

Traveling to Madrid includes getting to know the surroundings, and for this, we recommend the city ​​of Toledo, Segovia or the Palace of San Ildefonso. 

In the Madrid mountains, you can find the Monastery of San Lorenzo del Escorial, and the Cross of the Fallen (La Cruz de los Caídos). If you like the countryside, visit the Madrid mountains where you can go hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, or kayaking. Download a route app like Outdoor Active, AllTrails, Viewranger, or Wikiloc.

If you come to invest or are a property owner in Madrid,

We are short on accommodations; we run more than 400 apartments. So if you need a property management company or advice, please visit us.