Madrid is a thriving city that is the top of the bucket list for many people as it has it all. Spain’s biggest and most alluring city offers many activities for visitors such as shopping, delicious food, and plenty of museums and monuments to walk around. Generally, it is a proper travel destination for seniors as it is budget-friendly and has many activities related to the elderly. If you wish to learn more about free attractions in Madrid below you will find some of the best.

Go for a Walk in Retiro Park

 This park is located on the east side of the city centre at the end of Calle Alcaca, and it is the greenest place in Madrid. Usually, it is overcrowded, but do not worry as it is huge, so you will have plenty of space on your own.  It is the ideal place to relax and enjoy nature after a busy day in the city. There is also a beautiful lake where you can have a boat tour, but this will cost you some money.

Visit the Museums

Madrid is famous for three museums which are known as the ‘Golden Triangle of Art’, the Prado, the Reina Sofia, and the Thyssen-Bornemisza. In general, those museums charge an entrance fee, but they have special free hours during the week when you can visit without cost you anything. Also, there are many other museums that are free to visit.

Visit the Famous Piazzas

 Spain is known for its magnificent Piazzas, and Madrid has some of the best to visit. Madrid has two famous Piazzas which are in close distance with each other. Puerta del Sol, which is widely known for the bear and tree statue, and the landmark of the exact geographic centre of Spain. The second one is Plaza Mayor that is the most emblematic symbol of Madrid. The square has an exciting design that will take your breath away.

Temple of Debod

 This is about a treasure of the ancient world situated in Madrid. The Temple of Debod is a gift from the Egyptian government in 1968. The temple was moved from Egypt and completely reconstructed in order to rebuilt in Madrid. It is one of the four Ancient Egyptian Temples in the world and it is definitely worth visiting. The temple is close to the Royal Palace, so it is easily accessible, and it is better visited in the afternoon and enjoy the stunning sunset.

Enjoy a City View at El Corte Ingles

 There are plenty of buildings where you can enjoy a city view, but many of them have an entrance fee and are crowded. However, this is not the case in El Corte Ingles, which is a department store in Plaza Callao. You can head up to the ninth floor, where the terrace offers stunning views of the city centre. There is also a Gourmet experience restaurant which is totally worth it, but it is a bit expensive. But, access to the terrace is free, so it will cost you nothing.

Experience La Tabacalera

 La Tabacalera was a previous tobacco factory popular in Madrid but after its close has been transformed into the coolest cultural space.  The exceptional building hosts everything from exhibitions to live performances. The entrance is free, and it is the perfect place to experience local life and enjoy a relaxed day in the city. It is easily accessible, as you can get there by using the subway.

Visit the Madrid Rio

 It goes without saying that Retiro Park is stunning, but there are also some new parks that totally worth a visit. Madrid Rio is located in the south of the city centre and it has been constructed recently. It is a superb place to spend a casual Sunday and enjoy what the park has to offer. It is suitable for all ages and has many activities to keep you engaged. The river located alongside during the summer months becomes a ‘beach’.