Hi Suraj! How's it going, man? Just wanted to let you know that I'm posting an article reviewing the La Liga season tomorrow (Monday). I hope you'll check it out. :-)
We should sell Pepe and buy Garay. We should also focus on getting Ilkay Gundogan instead of David Luiz, the DM position seems more important.
Seems like Heynckes' agent says they won't refuse Madrid !
Sorry for all the messages. It wouldn't let me post as one long one. Hope that helps, amigo. If my trip gets cancelled I'll let you know so maybe we can meet up.
I would recommend some places outside of M30, but I think 3-4 days will go by much more quickly than expected and I don't know if you'll be going outside the central block. There are loads of sites around the outer districts, but staying downtown and looking at your Real Madrid stuff will still be loads of fun I think. Plus, that gives you motivation to come back! ;-)
If/when you make your way up to the Bernabeu, you should at least consider coming down to the Calderon as well. I know you aren't a fan, but the Calderon is a fun place to be. :-)
Casa Labra is another place I recommend eating at. It's over 100 years old and has famous tapas. Also, you obviously have to watch Flamenco so Corral de la Moreria will probably be on your list. It's extremely popular and still probably the best show in the city. At least, you have the best chance of seeing something special at any time. Las Tablas is really fun too and right near where you'll be.
One "touristy" thing that I actually recommend doing is getting some Cocido Madrileño. It's our most famous dish and people seem to either love it or hate it. Doña is one of the more famous places to grab it when you're downtown and you can see it from Gran Via.
Wow, nice! That's the heart of the city and there is a lot to do in just that district. Most of our government buildings are right there and that metro is the best spot in Madrid because it is the central connector. Oh and if there happens to be a demonstration, you'll be right in the middle of it haha. You can hang out at the Plaza to just people watch and grab good food. you can also visit the Templo de Debod and other old sites.
Hola amigo! Sure, tons of great places to go. Which side of the city will you be staying in? If you have at least a week, I would recommend seeing some sites outside of the capital, but there is certainly more than enough to see without leaving. I probably won't be around then, unfortunately. :-/