You’ve probably read about Madrid a lot. You may have gone there a few times some years ago. But have do you really believe that you’ve experienced Madrid? Have you been Biking in El Retiro? Have you been to the 2018 Book Fair in Madrid? Here are a few new things that you probably don’t know.
According to the latest reports provided online, Spain has thousands of projects running in almost every city. These projects are of the developmental type. Rehabilitation and public spaces improvements have a lot of projects running. Projects improving biking throughout the city for scooters and bikes. Also offering Segway tours throughout the city. Meanwhile, Cultural and Educational facilities have their research and improvement projects running.
With a lot more like environmental, infrastructure related, historical heritage related, health and social projects and energy efficiency being some to point out. This describes the progress being made even though the efforts aren’t happening in the spotlight.
Improvement projects around the city mean it is going to get some tweaks. Madrid is an important city of Spain, and some would say, the heart of it even. Therefore, many projects would be going on in Madrid too. That means this Spring is going to be more fun in Madrid than anywhere else.
It is often mentioned in a lot of places that visiting Madrid is a good idea. But what’s better? Visiting Madrid in spring. Not to avoid cold or extreme temperature, but to have you feel the aesthetically magnificent side of Madrid that blooms out during the blooming season.
Head to the parks!
El Retiro, the most beautiful park of Madrid, is now open even for bikes and scooters. Madrid also offers Segway tours to the green beauty known as El Retiro. It’s a perfect place to spend your holiday with your family, vast playing areas provide the best time for your kids, and you can walk through the aesthetically built tracks and enjoy the serenity biking in El Retiro.
The greenery and the botanical garden inside El Retiro make it one of the key attractions of Madrid. Flowers and plants of kinds and species you haven’t seen in normal parks and gardens. Biking in El Retiro makes you remember itself. So, get up on your bikes and scooters, or take a Segway to El Retiro, Real JardínBotánico de Madrid. El Capricho Park is another option, although it is a little further away and smaller.
2018 Bookfair in Madrid:
(from May 25 till June 10)
No matter how many times you’ve been to Madrid, taking a walk though Callas de Las Huertas during Spring time is a must. Not to mention the 2018 Book Fair in Madrid from 20th May to 10th June. Being held in the Carriage Passage (paseo de Carruajes) inside the El-Retiro Park. No matter how many reasons you have for not getting up and going to Madrid, you can’t miss out on the 2018 Book Fair in Madrid.
First held in 1933, the book fair has exponentially improved the city’s standing in the eyes of the locals as well as tourists.
The 2018 Book Fair Madrid is open to everyone! Book your tickets to Madrid and hop on a jet to Madrid. Take the bus if you have to or walk there. Because Madrid is about to become the place of your dreams. Hosting great authors from all around sitting in to have a meeting with their readers. Get a chance to do something you’ve wanted to do your whole life. Take the Segway or get biking through the El-Retiro Park. Take your family on a trip. Take your bikes and scooters out and enjoy the Spring atmosphere in Madrid. There are water parks, book fairs, art shows, fashion shows, and countless other events you would regret missing out on. So, don’t regret this later. Get up and get out.
Enjoy the Streets in spring!
May and April are two months of the year in Madrid that don’t bring out the environment. The people bloom, and so do the festivities. Madrid is not one of those cities where you spend the time in the hotel. This is a city that always leaves the tourists regretting their lack of time. In simple words, if you’re in Madrid and you take your bikes and scooters out, you’ll be anything but bored. No matter what kind of preferences of fun you have, you will have it.
Do you know the glorious feeling of walking through Plaza de Santa Ana (Saint Anne Square)? Taking photos with your loved ones at the Calle de El Leon (Street of the Lion)? And the feeling of standing in the culturally and historically rich Calle de La Pasa (Street the Raisin)? Well, now is the time that you do. Plaza del Humilladero is opening up a whole new side of it in Spring. So is Segovia Street,Toledo Street, and Alcala Street. Which are all famous tourist attraction sites. All now decorated with roads and lanes and bike parks for your bikes and scooters. Madrid is changing its understanding of the traffic by spreading awareness for its biking programs throughout the city.
Madrid in times of Spring is nothing less than the perfect vacation spot. Whether it be with family or friends or even if you plan on taking a trip alone. Self-discovering is just one of the things you can have the atmosphere in Madrid to do perfectly.
All of it and more waits for you in Madrid including rock concerts and various other types of musical gatherings and art shows. Give the museums a try if you feel like going into the depths of the city. Or just let yourself loose and take a Segway tour. Maybe stroll through the fantastic streets and roads on your bike. Because you know that there is no other place like it in the whole world.
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