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Madrid is the Spanish capital that attracts the most tourists, offering a tourist proposal full of cultural, monumental and leisure landmarks. Meet the essential visits you must make when you visit us, staying at the Best Osuna Hotel.
The 4-star Best Osuna hotel is located in one of the busiest business areas of the Spanish capital, as it is close to the IFEMA fairgrounds and Madrid Barajas airport. It was renovated in 2008 and consists of 169 rooms (73 correspond to outdoor bungalows with terrace). It has large open spaces, swimming pool, 1 restaurant and 1 room for events or meetings.
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Fairground of Madrid - IFEMA

Located in the district of Barajas, it is the first organizer of fairs in Spain and the fourth in Europe, behind Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Cologne. It has 200,000 m² covered for exhibitions distributed in twelve pavilions, a convention center of more than 10,000 m², as well as spaces and equipment necessary for the optimal development of the activities that take place in it, such as meeting area, auditorium for 600 assistants, numerous restaurants and 14,000 parking spaces. The fairground of Ifema is located northeast of the city, in the Campo de las Naciones, next to the Barajas airport and between the M-40 and M-11.1 highways

El Retiro Park

The Retiro Park or Buen Retiro Park, popularly known as El Retiro, is a historic garden and public park located in Madrid (Spain). Considered one of the main tourist attractions of the city, it houses numerous architectural, sculptural and landscape ensembles. This Madrid area aspires to be declared a World Heritage Site in the category of "cultural landscape", as the first tree-lined walk in Europe for citizen use and model of urban intervention.

Sun Gate

In it, the so-called Kilometer Zero of the country's radial roads has been located since 1950. The Puerta del Sol is a place of appointment, a place of passage between different parts of Madrid. It is a must for those who come to Madrid.

Madrid center

The central district of Madrid concentrates a good part of the cultural and leisure activities of the capital. Center of the eighties movement, squares, bars, shops, drinks, galleries, fashion, squid, parks ... go into its streets and discover a vibrant city full of plans to have fun as a couple or family.

Most emblematic neighborhoods

Stroll and discover environments that you can not miss in the most emblematic and cosmopolitan neighborhoods of Madrid. From Malasaña, an icon of the movida madrileña, the Salamanca district, one of the most elegant and distinguished districts, to La Latina, with leisure areas and places of cultural interest that are very popular in the city.

Gran Vía street

Gran Vía is one of the main streets of the Spanish city of Madrid. It begins in the street of Alcalá and ends in the Plaza de España. It is an important landmark in the city since its construction in the early twentieth century seen from the commercial, tourist and leisure point of view. In this last aspect it is famous for its cinemas, although in recent years some of them have closed and others have been converted to musical theater, so the stretch between Plaza de Callao and that of Spain is known as the « Broadway from Madrid ». The stretch between the San Luis network and the Plaza de Callao now houses numerous international fashion chain stores.

National Museum of the Prado

The Museo Nacional del Prado, in Madrid (Spain), is one of the most important in the world, 5 6 as well as one of the most visited (the eighteenth in 2013 among art museums) .7 Singularly rich in paintings of European masters from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries, according to the historian of art and hispanist Jonathan Brown "few would dare to question that it is the most important museum in the world in European painting".


The gastronomy of Madrid has the culinary traditions of the initial population when Felipe II created the capital, and later of the towns of his own province that were contributing their meats to the kitchen of the city of Madrid. It is common to see how the typical smell of Madrid cuisine is frying in vegetable oil: the churros (made in the churrerías), the calamari a la romana, the tortilla de patatas, the calamari sandwiches served in the bars, the patatas bravas, the chopitos, et cetera. Bars and restaurants give off this smell through the streets at almost any time of the day.


An ideal hotel for those looking for proximity to IFEMA and Madrid Airport, just 15 minutes from the city center. From the Osuna Feria Madrid Hotel you can quickly approach :
  • Madrid Fairgrounds - IFEMA
  • Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport
  • Ice palace
  • La Hinojosa Golf Course
  • Juan Carlos I Park
  • Las Ventas Bullring
  • Chamartín Station
  • Commercial and business area of AZCA and Castellana
  • Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
  • Wanda Metropolitano Stadium
  • Shopping Center "Field of Nations"

With excellent communications and access, you can reach the hotel ...
  • By car, taking the A-II or the M-40, direction airport, exit IFEMA.
  • By bus, with lines 105, 114, 115 and 153
  • By subway, just 5 minutes from the Canillejas Metro stop (line 5-green)
  • From the airport, the cost of the journey is € 30, and it takes approximately 5 minutes.

And in addition, for your convenience, the Osuna Feria Madrid Hotel puts at your disposal a free 24-hour minibus, bound for the Airport.

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