Spain’s capital, is a cosmopolitan city. Its position as a centre for economics, finance, administration and services combines the most modern infrastructure with an important cultural and artistic heritage. Madrid is strategically located at the geographical centre of the Iberian peninsular, 646 metres above sea level. Its old town blends harmoniously with its modern urban infrastructure.


Situated in the centre of the country, the capital has very hot summers and cold winters. The spring and autumn months are the most suitable for outdoor activities.

GETTING THERE: palazzo de cibeles, Madrid

There are direct flights t Madrid from all main cities in the world..


The city offers a large choice of 5 to 1 Star hotels, with the most well-known hotels being the Hotel Palace and the Hotel Ritz.


Excellent seafood; Iberian ham and sausages; assorted pickles; local dishes such as prawns in batter, Madrid-style tripe, or snails; smoked meats and fish; excellent cheeses; cocktail stick snacks and casseroles; all in all making Madrid the tapas capital of Spain (not forgetting the exquisite array of local wines!).


Madrid is exceptionally well equipped for trade fairs, conferences, and exhibitions, with two convention centres, and two trade fair complexes. With the most modern service facilities, the city’s capacity and high standards attract more than five million professionals each year, who attend a variety of events.


The capital of Spain has suitable facilities for both small and large conferences. Its cultural heritage makes for diverse and interesting leisure programmes.