Madrid Rio is a huge recreational and cultural area both for its landmarks and leisure facilities and the culture it houses, and for being a reference point from which to contemplate and come into contact with monumental Madrid.
Upon entering the station, the traveller will be surprised to find a tropical garden surrounded by iron and glass. Madrid Atocha is the largest railway station in Madrid. It is the primary station serving commuter trains (Cercanías), intercity and regional trains from the south, and the AVE high speed trains from Barcelona (Catalonia), Zaragoza (Aragon), Sevilla (Andalusia), Málaga (Andalusia), Valencia and Alicante (Levante Region). These train services are run by the Spanish national rail company, Renfe. As of 2018, this station has daily services to Marseille in France.
Cuatro Torres Business Area (CTBA), is a business district located in the Paseo de la Castellana in Madrid on the former Ciudad Deportiva of Real Madrid. The area contains the tallest skyscrapers in Spain, and some of the highest in the European Union: the Torre Espacio, Torre de Cristal, Torre PwC and Torre Cepsa. Construction of the buildings finished in 2008. The complex was formerly known as Madrid Arena. These four skyscrapers constitute a business complex built on the grounds of the old Real Madrid sports complex. The four towers are the Foster Tower, the PWC Tower, Torre Cristal and Torre Espacio.
The Buen Retiro Park is one of the largest parks of the city of Madrid, Spain. The park belonged to the Spanish Monarchy until the late 19th century, when it became a public park.
The Royal Palace of Madrid (Spanish: Palacio Real de Madrid) is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family at the city of Madrid, but it is only used for state ceremonies. The palace has 135,000 square metres of floor space and contains 3,418 rooms. It is the largest royal palace in Europe by floor area.
The Temple of Debod (Templo de Debod) is an ancient Egyptian temple that was dismantled and rebuilt in Madrid.