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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Madrid offers an abundance of tourist services

No need to worry about traveling to a different country if Madrid, Spain, is your destination. Here visitors will find an abundance of tourist services readily available as they journey through this vibrant city.

You need a map of the city and someone to recommend the places you cannot miss when you are visiting Madrid. You want to know what exhibitions and shows you can go see. You are planning a tour for your friends who will be in town this weekend… Don't think twice, you have to go by or contact one of the tourist information points.

History, art, gastronomy and curious facts are all things you'll find in the program of Official Guided Tours. The Madrid City Council offers guided tours in 8 languages to help visitors from across the globe to get acquainted with the city: Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch and Japanese.

MadridCard is the best way to discover everything the city has to offer. With this sightseeing pass, getting to know the city could not be simpler or more enjoyable. For a very reasonable price, it entitles you to discounts in shops and restaurants, guided tours and free entry to over 50 museums.

The Tourist Travel Pass is the most economical and practical way to get to know Madrid. It can be used on all public transport in the Region as many times as necessary within the valid dates. There are five passes valid for 1, 2, 3, 5 or 7 days.

Madrid City Tour is one of the easiest and most comfortable ways of discovering the city. All you have to do is buy your ticket, hop on the bus, put on your earphones, listen to the recorded commentaries and enjoy the streets, monuments and places of interest that you pass by.

Madrid is a very welcoming city, offering numerous accommodations for people with disabilities. Download guides and find out more about more about specially adapted tours and routes designed for people with physical or intellectual disabilities and hearing or visual impairments.

Madrid is an ideal place to learn Spanish, a language spoken by more than 400 million people around the world. The city's cultural richness, nightlife and climate will turn your academic stay into an unforgettable holiday. Find out more about studying Spanish in our city.

If you enjoy getting about by motorbike, check out this guide which is packed with information about all the top places to visit in the city. It also includes a number of tours for covering on two wheels as well as a list of public car parks and a road map.

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