Madrid is a lively metropolis rich in history and culture. It’s one of those cities you simply must visit in order to experience the fantastic atmosphere of this bustling city. We will try to describe the atmosphere the best we can!

Because Madrid gained the status of Europe’s city that never sleeps, many men organizing bachelor parties begun to see this as an opportunity to have the craziest bachelor party ever. Not only is this a fantastic city to explore by day, but is also the place to be at night!

We offer you our bachelor’s guide trough this thrilling city.

Not only is Madrid a beautiful town crawling with gorgeous Spanish women with an over the top atmosphere but is also one of the most exciting places to be at night. Being a part of Madrid’s nightlife is one of the most thrilling experiences you can have that is if you can keep up with their tempo. Madrileños party from dusk till dawn and they party hard!

That’s why Madrid’s club scene for bachelors is one of the best in Europe! Madrid offers all sorts of entertainment in different areas of the city where you can find everything from traditional flamenco and belly dancing to underground electronic music clubs and, of course, a red light district.

For instance, Malasaña is considered to be one of the most visited areas for a fantastic night out, and it’s no wonder because it is located in the heart of the city. Here you will find plenty of bars playing all sorts of music and it is a great place to start the night in a relaxed atmosphere. If you want to feel like a freshman in college again you can visit the Princesa area which is widely known to be populated by students.

La Latina is a lively area of the city maintaining its atmosphere throughout any part of the day. Many tourists claim that this area especially wonderful in the afternoon when the terraces and tapas bars are crowded with people. Many say that this is also a perfect place to start out your night and continue it late into the night with its many bars, nightclubs, and flamenco.

The area Lavapiés is truly a place to be if you want to experience a multicultural neighborhood which is reflected by the rhythm of the music by Arabic, African, Latino, and Flamenco performers coming from a variety of bars. This area has become one of the most favorites amongst tourists with extensive cultural differences and a great number of bars, restaurants, and clubs.

Daytime Activities and Shopping

As you may already know Madrid is a bustling and hustling metropolis where you have the opportunity to do plenty of fun stuff during any time of the day. Although the main concerns for most bachelor parties are where to party, there are plenty of fun and exciting daytime activities you can do as well. As long as you are not too hung-over.

If you are a football fan then you probably already have thought about visiting Real Madrid’s stadium Santiago Bernabéu. This is the perfect opportunity to see this enormous stadium in its full glory while you are with your friends in this fantastic city! The tour usually lasts around 90 minutes and the cost is around €25. You’ll get a full panoramic view of the stadium, you’ll get to visit dressing rooms and the trophy room. Not to mention all the great memories and photos you’ll be able to catch.

Another fun classic bachelor activity must be the beer bike. This is actually the greatest way to see one of the most famous sights of Madrid all the while getting drunk. Beer bikes in Madrid can carry around 18 people and the tour usually lasts for about 45 minutes. A great way to share a few laughs with your pals and take some snaps.

Once you’ve finished with the beer bike you can proceed with your drinking on some of the greatest rooftop bars in Madrid with Circulo de Bellas Artes being one of the most popular because of the spectacular view of the city. A great way to start your night, take some great photos and enjoy the 360-degree panoramic view of the city.

When in Madrid you simply must try their traditional food and if you don’t know to which restaurants to go and don’t want to get scammed you can go on a Mysteries in Tapas Madrid Tour where they take you to three different bars with the most delicious traditional food and drinks made in Spain.

Just like for there are areas in Madrid more or less dedicated to the nightlife there are also shopping areas. Barrio Salamanca is a great place to start your shopping spree and to get some fashion inspiration. Bear in mind that this is the most expensive neighborhood of Madrid so probably best keep the shopping here reserved for window shopping.

Malasaña and La Latina mentioned before are also great for shopping. La Latina has a Sunday flea market El Rastro which is perfect for finding some rare and unusual gems.

Landmarks and Places You Shouldn’t Miss

Madrid is one of the most culturally rich cities with magnificent architecture, museums, art galleries, and nature. Unless you’ll be staying there for two week it’s likely that you won’t get the chance to see absolutely everything but we have selected a few landmarks and places you simply shouldn’t miss.

The first one is Prado. This is one of the most popular and best art museums in the world. Here you will get to see the works of Botticelli, Caravaggio, Rubens, Velázquez and more.

Retiro Park is also one of the places you shouldn’t miss. If you are up for some relaxation and nature this is the right place. Here you can see the oldest tree in Madrid the Montezuma Cypress or go paddling on the Grand Pond among other things.

If you want to get a real sense of Madrid’s atmosphere then you should visit Plaza Mayor a renaissance square where you can chill out, grab an espresso and enjoy some people watching.