If anything can be enjoyed in Madrid during the summer, it is the magnificent views. Many places around Madrid have something unique about the view. Any of the places we are about to recommend would be the perfect place to contemplate the day. What places would you like to see? We’ll tell you our favorite places with the best views of Madrid to spend the afternoon with friends. Here are our 5 recommended views in Madrid! See you there!
El Templo de Debod
A Sunday afternoon is the perfect time to enjoy the sights in the temple of Debod day, the historic monument of excellence of Madrid Ancient Egypt. Crowds of people, especially foreign visitors, come to see one of the most spectacular sunsets of the capital while taking a glimpse at the Casa de Campo, the Almudena Cathedral and Madrid de los Austrias. This is one of the favorite views of our friends @MadridTB travelers and our collaborator James Leahu (@ leahu86).
Photo taken by Luis García.
There is no better plan for the weekend than a drink on the terrace of the Casa Encendida. You can observe Madrid from a truly privileged place during the summer. It also hosts concerts and cultural actors to spend the afternoon entertaining guests. So get enough to come along to enjoy the Casa Encendida!
El Círculo de Bellas Artes
This is undoubtedly the best place to have a good view of Madrid for many of the locals. Why? There are incredible views of the Gran Via and the center of the capital. A privilege that you cannot miss if you visit the city. The only bad thing is the price: 4 euros per view. You cannot expect everything to be perfect! This is a recommended view by Jose Manuel Pérez (@tropocolo) and a favorite of James #funplan.
Azotea de Casa Granada
If you are in the center of Madrid on a Sunday, anyone can get close to the Plaza Tirso de Molina and climb to the top of the corner building. There awaits one of the emblems of Madrid, this restaurant famous for its views of the city! It’s often full so go early and if it is in the afternoon it’s even better 😉
El Cerro del Tío Pío
It is preferred by our partner Cris Vara (@cristipun) and also recommended by Jose Manuel Perez (@tropocolo). This area has seven hills to view. To access it you will have to get off at the station Buenos Aires, near Vallecas. It is a bit far from downtown, but it will be well worth the trip. You will have one of the least known but most beautiful views of the capital. Send us one photo souvenir with hashtag #funplan!
And you, what are your favorite views of the capital? Do not fail to commend #funplans 😉 and comment your feelings about some of the best restaurants in Madrid.