Visit Madrid's Plaza de la Villa, Café Gijon, Palacio de Cristal, the Royal Palace and more.
The Casa de la Panadería, a city government building, sits on the outside of Plaza Mayor, Madrid's central square.
A couple visits Plaza de la Villa, Madrid's oldest square.
American architects Philip Johnson and John Burgee designed the Puerta de Europa towers, twin office buildings in Madrid.
After the Spanish Civil War, Café Gijon was a popular place for intellectuals and artists to meet for social gatherings.
Palacio de Cristal, inspired by London's Crystal Palace, sits in the center of Madrid's Buen Retiro Park.
Many of Madrid's ancient city walls are like rich tapestries that tell the city's long arduous history.
Delicious pastries sit in a storefront of Antigua Pasteleria del Pozo, a popular bakery that opened in Madrid in 1830.
The Royal Palace in Madrid is the official residence of the King of Spain, and it is only used for state ceremonies.