1. Santiago Bernabeu
Home to Europe's most successful soccer team, Real Madrid.
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2. Discover Bullfighting
Visit the bullfighting museum or see a bullfight at the Las Ventas bullring.
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5. Faro de Madrid
Climb the 'lighthouse' for the best view of Madrid.
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6. Anden 0
The Chamberi metro station was closed for 40 years, until it was recently cleaned up and opened to the public. Step back in time and see how people used to travel on Madrid's underground train network.
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7. Blind Museum
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A museum about the blind and for the blind, with a lot of tactile exhibits especially for the visually impaired (and for those who want to image what their world is like).
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Ecology park to educate and entertain all ages.
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10. Naval, Railway and Air Museums
Engineering fans have plenty to choose from in Madrid, with these three museums that explore the history of travel by land, air and sea.
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