Madrid is a city that you’ll want to experience intensely. A visit to a museum on the Art Walk is a must, with exhibitions of masters, such as Goya and Velázquez. And we strongly recommend a stroll around the liveliest areas. Take note: Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabéu stadium, the trendy Chueca district, the Gran Vía with its theatres and shops, the historic Madrid de los Austrias (Madrid of the Habsburgs), parks like Madrid Río, and the Retiro Park for a romantic walk (declared a World Heritage Site, adjacent to the Paseo del Prado), the exclusive Salamanca district, or the La Latina neighbourhood, a popular place for tapas. There is also a lot of buzz around the gourmet food markets, such as the Mercado de San Miguel.A different Madrid experience? Here are two for you. A unique view from the many roof terrace restaurants and cool bars where you can sit and watch the sunset. For example, the roof terraces of the Círculo de Bellas Artes or Palacio Cibeles. Another is a tour of the alternative cultural spaces like the Matadero or La Casa Encendida. And end each day with another thing Madrid is famous for: its amazing, non-stop nightlife.