Madrid’s best-loved terraces
Soak up the Madrilenian sunshine with our guide to the capital’s top open-air terraces, complete with every dish to sample and every outfit to wear while you’re there.
After a day of shopping the world’s most exciting brands, head to the Village’s Summer Terrace with an unmissable sunset view over the Sierra.
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There’s so much more to rooftop bars than panoramic views of the city and breath-taking sunsets. With many offering delicious dining options, live music and outdoor swimming pools, and others hosted in the city’s finest hotels, you’ll be pleased you selected somewhere sky-high. First on our visit list is the crowd-pleasing Círculo de Bellas Artes.
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Worth visiting for both its French-style aesthetic and direct view of tourist favourite Puerta de Alcalá, this Art Deco-inspired terrace is sure to impress. Whether you’re sampling a fresh pastry or refreshing cocktail, take a seat on Cappuccino Grand Café’s Parisian-style chairs and watch the world go by.
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A green retreat
Combining fresh greenery and delightful aromas, garden terraces provide a welcome sense of tranquillity in the bustling urban capital. From central city hotspot Mentidero Sal y Brasas to Cristina Oria in the Village, these luxurious green spaces influence our wardrobes more than ever this season.
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Art meets fashion
After a day of admiring art exhibitions, a museum terrace provides the ideal space for reflection. The ultimate immersive art experience begins at the Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza with the floral world of Georgia O'Keeffe, followed by an aperitif on it’s al fresco terrace and rounded off with Las Rozas Village’s ‘Art meets fashion’ experience.
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