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Spain can be proud of being the fourth country in the world to grant civil rights to the LGBT community, not only legalizing same-sax marriage but also adoption.

Spanish society at large is highly gay-tolerant. In fact, Madrid is a good example of coexistence in the diversity of a big city, even though just like in any city of the civilized world there are not so tolerant areas. In central Madrid, where a huge variety of cultural and leisure activities for LGBT take place, with more than 300 gay businesses, gay visibility is perfectly integrated with the austere beauty of the Madrid of the Austrias, the vibrant shopping area around “Kilometre Zero” (located on the square of Puerta del Sol, it is the point from which all distances are calculated on Spanish roads) or the elegant architecture of the manors in the Royal Palace district.

Gay hotels in Madrid

Places of Interest

The Gran Via

The main city business artery.

The Gran Via is one of the main streets in Madrid. It leads from Calle de Alcalá to Plaza de España.

This lively street is one of the city’s most important shopping...

Golden Triangle of Art

Madrid’s golden triangle of Art is located around Prado-Recoletos, where we can find some of the most important museums in the world:

  • The Museo del Prado is the Spanish national art museum. It features one of...
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Madrid from the sky

Teleférico de Madrid allows you to discover the city from the sky in a cable car.

The journey starts in Paseo Pintor Rosales street and takes you over Parque del Oeste and La Rosaleda, continues over...

The Cibeles Palace

It is one of the most often photographed monuments, very well known for being a spectacular example of Modernist architecture.It is located on the plaza de Cibeles and recently opened their 8<sup style="line-height: 1.6em;">th</sup> floor...

Temple of Debod

It is an ancient Egyptian temple built in the 2<sup>th</sup> century BC, which was rebuilt in Madrid’s Parque Cuartel de la Montaña, close to Plaza de España.

When the new Aswan Dam threatened the temple, the...

The Madrid de los Austrias

In the old centre of Madrid, its typical architectural style ranges from the late Renaissance through the early Baroque. Wide rectangular plazas and narrow streets follow the ancient water supply system. Most of them are pedestrian...

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