Madrid is the capital of Spain, where lives Spanish Royal family.
Also its the biggest city in Spain, where you can find a lot of options for making your visit incredible. It's one of the beautiful cities in the world with a huge historical background. There is a mix of culture, shopping, parks, nightclubs and business centres.
Take comfy shoes, because all interesting places are waiting for you!
Madrid is an important centre for trade fairs, many of them coordinated by IFEMA, the Trade Fair Institution of Madrid.
- Anual in january
- Fruit Attraction
- Anual in october
- 653 exhibitors
- 28,509 visitors
- Motortec Automechanika Madrid
- Bienal in april
- 603 exhibitors
- 51,489 visitors
IFEMA, the Fair of Madrid, is the main centre of Tourism and Fairs, and one of the Madrid's economies driving forces.
It was built in 1980 and since that time, IFEMA has an important role for tradeshows and Spanish business, also IFEMA gives 40,000 direct and indirect jobs. The venue area covers 200,000 square metres, 2 Conventions centres, 12 halls and 14,000 parking places.
Its located only in 10 minutes away from Madrid Barajas airport and 15 kilometrs from downtown.
You have 2 options in Madrid: getting a prepaid sim card, or signing a contract.
You just need to choose the mobile company between Movistar, Vodafone, Orange and go to their offices with your Passport or ID card.
All of them have plenty of options and the price would be around 15-20 euros per month and included data, texts and calls.
1,20 per km
from the airport to the center
By the Airport Express buses, a trip from the airport to the city centre is approximately 40 minutes. Tickets cost 5€.
by metro, line 8 from Madrid-Barajas (in any terminal) to Nuevos Ministerios in Madrid's city centre. duration of a trip around 15 minutes. Metro tickets start at 4.50€ and can get up to 5€ depending on your final destination.
Take the light rail (‘metro ligero’) from Terminal T4 to Chamartín, Nuevos Ministerios, Atocha or Príncipe Pío stations. The trip to Chamartín station takes around 11 minutes. Tickets price is 4.50€.
Moving around the city
You can move around the city by metro, the first five stops are 1.50€ increasing by 10 cents every station after.
public buses are marked “emt” and a single ride is around 1.50€.
But we should say that Madrid is a cycle-friendly city. there are a lot of roads to explore!
Of course everyone wants to know which are the best places to eat in Madrid. Here are some recommendations ¡enjoy!
Inclán Brutal Bar Mediterranean, Spanish, Fusion T +34 910 23 80 38
Restaurante Étimo by Begoña Fraire Spanish, Vegetarian T +34 913 27 36 07
Los Montes de Galicia International, Mediterranean T +34 913 55 27 86
things to do
The first thing that you should visit is Prado museum, it contains 8,600 paintings and more than 700 sculptures, featuring Spanish, Italian and Flemish styles of art.
Plaza de Cibeles
Plaza de Cibeles is the most famous plaza in Madrid. Take a look for pictures!
Mercado San Miguel
If you want to eat in Spanish way, that's what you need. Atmospheric market with fresh food and wine, small tapas, cold domestic beer..mmm!!
Madrid`s green heart with a lot of gardens from the 19th century till present time.
Madrid has a hot-summer Mediterranean climate with continental influences, with cool winters and hot summers.
Usually, in winters, Madrid has more rainy days than in summer. The hottest month is July when the average temperature around 31º and the rainiest month is November.the best time to travel to Madrid is the end of the spring or September-October when the weather is comfortable for long walks and visiting a lot of museums.
neventum in Madrid
neventum team has extensive experience in Madrid and what is more important: we have local verified partners that will allow us to help you make your trades how a success.
Trust us for everything you need, in Madrid where we have more than 1,261 stands builders, 147 hostess agencies and 95 catering agencies partners we usually work with.