FREETOUR.com says

Madrid Free Walking Tour is a must-do and great way to explore Madrid from a local’s perspective. With small group sizes of 20 people or less, you’re guaranteed to have an entertaining and interactive experience while covering the main attractions such as Plaza Mayor, Royal Theatre, and the remains of Santa Maria Church. The guides speak briefly about secrets and legends of the Spanish capital as well as touch base on an important time for Spaniards, the Bourbon Dynasty. Although this tour focuses on the historical sites and events in the city, they will also take you around other sites like Bakery House, the oldest restaurant in the world, and San Miguel Market.

Overview

Discover the great capital of Spain on our Madrid Free Walking Tour. Over the course of 2.5 hours we‘ll dive into the city‘s culture, discover its secrets and explore the city‘s main attractions. Madrid was for several centuries the capital of one of the largest empires in history and therefore it offers a lot to see and discover!

This activity includes:

Puerta del Sol Square - Plaza Mayor - The Bakery House - Posada del Peine - The Oldest Restaurant in the World - Royal Theatre - Plaza de Oriente - Royal Palace - Almudena Cathedral - Attack against King Alfonso XIII - Plaza de la Villa Square - Remains of Santa Maria Church - San Miguel Market

    FREETOUR.com Traveler Reviews

  • “Free Tour with Natasha”
      Reviewed on November 16, 2017

    Informative tour and great tips.

  • “MADRID FREE”
      Reviewed on November 13, 2017

    EL TOUR GENIAL....MUY CONTENTOS
    NOS HIZO LA VISITA UN GUIA LLAMADO JAVIER ......MUY MUY BIEN
    MUY AMENO Y MUY INTERESANTE.

  • “Free walking tour Madrid”
      Reviewed on November 07, 2017

    Will was a very informative guide with great knowledge and a slightly edgy humour.I be done thes tours in many European cities and have not yet had a bad experience.Very effective concept and great staff.

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Meeting point

Puerta del Sol Square (Equestrian Statue of Carlos III)

On arrival

Metro: lines 1, 2 and 3 connect Puerta del Sol with almost every district of the city. Metro Station is called "Vodafone Sol"
Commuter Train (RENFE): lines C-3 and C-4 link Puerta del Sol with Atocha Train Station and metropolitan areas. The Station is called: "Sol"
Urban Bus: lines 3, 5, 50, 51

Things to note

Look out for the OgoTours guides with our famous green umbrellas and clothes!