|Christmas lights in Sol!|
Save the date!
I want to see as many of Madrid’s Christmas lights as possible!
|The Navibus: the best way to |
see Madrid's Christmas lights.
The lights will be lit every day from 6pm-10pm Sunday-Wednesday and 6pm-11pm Thursday-Saturday (and bank holidays.) On Christmas Eve and 5th January, the lights will be left on until 3am, on Christmas Day, New Years Day and 6th January (Three Kings), they will be lit until midnight, and on News Year Eve, they will stay on until 6am! So there are plenty of opportunities to explore Madrid and see as many of the lights as possible. Madrid’s Christmas lights have been designed by some of the most famous names in fashion and design, including Ángel Schlesser and Purificación García, Vitorio & Luchino and brand new lights by Adolfo Domínguez, to name a few.
And how about the Christmas markets?
|You can't miss Christmas at |
the Plaza Mayor!
Ice skating lover? Madrid won’t let you down this Christmas!
|The Christmas ice rink in front of |
the Palacio Real is stunning!
Open till 18th January, there’s no excuse not to get your skates on...!
Palacio de Cibeles
Equally spectacular, the Palacio de Cibeles is always beautiful, and an ice rink will be the icing on the cake! Just 6€ (including skates.
Open from 21st December to 7th January
Plaza de la Luna (Plaza de Soledad Torres Acosta)
Here you'll find not just an ice rink but also an area for skiing! And let's not forget the hot chocolate and churros (delicious fried doughnut sticks): all your dreams will come true this Christmas at Plaza de la Luna! Plus, it´s only 5€ and 7.5€ at weekends!
Open until mid-late January
Plaza de Felipe II (Goya)
Right by the Palacio de Deportes, you'll find another beautiful ice rink, priced at just 5€, whatever day you choose to visit!
Open till 9th January
Centro Cultural Conde Duque
This ice rink has been named as the perfect choice for those with children, although with 360m2 of beautiful ice there is definitely space for everybody! Entry is 5€ and 7.50€ at weekends.
Open from 20th December to 6th January
Christmas is without doubt one of the most magical times of year! There’s so much to do in Madrid at Christmastime, the question is how to squeeze it all in! What are your favourite things to do at Christmas?