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is a city with great tourist attractions to enjoy. Art, culture, leisure, adapted hotels, sport, gastronomy, shopping, nature... The proposals are endless. And the city is trying to improve its offer and adjust it to become, increasingly, an accessible holiday destination focused on tourism for all.

The City Council of Madrid, along with various associations and organizations in the tourism sector, has made the  Guide to Accessible Tourism: Resources, with which people with disabilities can learn in depth about the accessibility of points of tourist interest. Available in Spanish (7th edition) and English (2nd edition).

The Prado Museum

In Madrid you can find one of the best museums in the world: the Prado Museum. It is one of the most important artistic centers of the planet and must visit in Madrid. It consists of four floors. The displacements between them can be done through alternative elevators. On the ground floor, the transition between the Jerónimos building and the Villanueva building is resolved with different ramps. Check here (pages 77-80) the rest of accessibility politic to the building.

The Royal Palace

The Royal Palace treasures a heritage comparable to the great European palaces, with its collections of tapestries, clocks, lamps, paintings and even Stradivarius violins. It has several entries adapted for users of wheelchairs. More information here (pages 133-135).

Gran Vía

When the destination of the trip is Madrid, it is obligatory to visit Gran Vía. In addition to the best known street in Madrid, it is one of the neuralgic centers of the capital. In it there is atmosphere at any time of day, any day of the year. Also, in the street and its surroundings there are hotels and adapted accommodations with bathrooms for people with disabilities.


The city also has an accessible tourism program, called  MADRID FOR ALL. It offers (except in August) standardized tourist routes that are aimed at all types of people with diverse capacities, including PRMs. These tours are in Spanish, last about two hours and have professional guides. Here are offered more details.

Touristic bus

In addition, the city has a touristic bus, also adapted for people with reduced mobility (pages 203-206). Among the available routes, the bus covers such emblematic places as Gran Vía, the Puerta de Alcalá, the Paseo de la Castellana, etc.

Sources: Turismo de Madrid, Disfruta Madrid.

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