Madrid is open to guests from all over the world, and it's not surprising that the capital of Spain is known as a business center, attracting thousands of entrepreneurs, artists, politicians, the best specialists and a favorite vacation spot for millions of tourists.
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Madrid is interesting first because the first appearance of a human on this earth (according to archaeological excavations) refers to the era of the Lower Paleolithic (about 100,000 years ago). However, for the first time the mention of Madrid was much later, around the 10th century AD, when around the fortress Madjerit the city began to grow. More modern outlines Madrid took only in the 16th century thanks to the aging of Spanish kings and queens.
However, the really rapid growth was in the second half of the 20th century . About the fact that Madrid was the center of the great empire is evidenced by museums. For example, the Thyssen-Bornemisseen Museum is one of the most extensive private collections of paintings in the world, containing more than 800 canvases from the Italian Renaissance to the avant-garde of the 20th century.
Madrid is one of the most visited cities in the world and is known as one of the most "nocturnal" capitals of Europe. Life here does not cease day or night.
Here, luxury boutiques are almost next to the people's markets. Here, the insane drop in prices and sales are 2 times a year: on Christmas and after July 5.
The economic and cultural life of the city is concentrated on Paseo de la Castellana and Alcalá street. It is here that the most expensive shops and luxury restaurants are located.
Madrid-Barajas Airport (Aeropuerto de Madrid-Barajas) is the main international airport of the capital of Spain.
This is the largest airport in the country. Barajas Airport connects the Iberian Peninsula with the Canary Islands, European countries and Latin America.
Every year Barajas misses about 45 million passengers. Madrid-Barajas Airport is located 12 km northeast of the center of Madrid, and consists of four terminals.
Terminals 1, 2 and 3 have access to halls A through E connected to each other, as well as to room F located in the territory of T3. The T1 gates are located in halls A, B, C.
Terminal 1 (International terminal, mainly serves flights of companies Air Europa, Air France, Easyjet, Lufthansa and about 30 world air carriers).
Terminal 2 (Terminal for local and intra-Geneva flights).
Terminal 3 (mainly serving domestic flights, connected to Terminal 2).
Terminal 4 (The main building serves domestic and international flights within the Schengen area, operated by T4 airlines.) The additional satellite terminal specializes in processing international flights of non-Schengen destinations).