Fifth day (Day time) - Visits to the Prado / Reina Sofia Museum, Retiro Park
Madrid is an artistic center and is the home of two of the most important museums in the world where the best works of the most prestigious artists in the world are presented: Velasquez, Goya, Rubens, Raphael, Salvador Dali, Titzian, Juan Miro and Pablo Picasso. If you are into classical art, visit the Prado Museum, which is considered one of the world's finest, with thousands of works of art on display. Among the various exhibition halls you will visit the kings of Spain’s collection of paintings, which reflects their artistic taste throughout history. If you are a fan of modern art, we recommend a visit to the Reina Sofia Museum where you will see works from the early days of modernism, contemporary art, painting, sculpture and of course the diamond in the crown - Picasso's "Guernica" which describes Spain's destruction and suffering during the Civil War.
Once you have absorbed the culture in the city it is time from some greenery -therefore we recommend to visit El Retiro Park, which is very close to the Museum Boulevard. It is actually the green lung of Madrid and in many eyes the best urban park in Europe. You can walk around the park for hours - have coffee by the lake, rent a boat for a leisurely cruise, or join a Segway tour between its secret corners. Don't forget to take a photo in front of the impressive glass palace and look through the sky.
Fifth day (Noon time) -Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
After gaining strength and good energy, you should continue and visit the Santiago Bernabeu soccer stadium, which has over eighty-one thousand seats. Visiting the Real Madrid home ground, one of the most successful teams in Europe, it is an experience for everyone. The White Club has about 300 fan clubs on five continents, a TV channel and a chain of stores and brands that have made the team the best ambassador of Spain. As part of the tour you will be able to touch the lawn, see dozens of trophies and hear about the world's most important football legends.
Sixth day (Day time) - Segovia and Spanish Versailles Gardens
Madrid is a perfect location for day trips so it is worth using one of your vacation days to travel to the picturesque and magical town of Segovia which is about an hour north of Madrid. The town was an inspiration to the Walt Disney films due to the famous Alcazar Castle, which lies on a cliff overlooking rivers and fields and has been declared a World Heritage Site thanks to three sites: The Gothic Cathedral, Alcázar de Segovia and the Roman Aqueduct (Acueducto de Segovia).
The city is surrounded by a wall and in the center of the Jewish Quarter you can visit the Jewish Museum which lies inside the house once owned by Abraham Schneur Coronel. In Segovia stands one the world´s largest aqueducts, and in one of the bakeries you can eat the local dessert known as “Poncho Segovanio” that will make you lick your fingers. On the way back to Madrid we recommend stopping at the “La Granja” Gardens complex, also known as the Spanish Versailles Gardens. in this Bourbon Dynasty palace, you will find dozens of ornamental pools, fountains and vegetation brought here from all corners of the world.
Sixth day (Night time) - Dinner at the prestigious Platea Market
You should spend your last night in Madrid at the prestigious Platea Madrid market. A gourmet food market located in the upscale Salamanca neighborhood, near Colon Square. In a 5,800-square-foot space, you will find tapas stands and world food in luxury restaurants with a polished atmosphere. The venue, designed like a music box, is three stories high and above the dining tables is a huge stage with a DJ playing electronic music to enhance the atmosphere. Have fun!