Buy Abba Madrid vouchers for deals on Madrid Stay With Breakfast. Located in the elegant Salamanca district, Abba Madrid Hotel beckons guests in a modern new building which offers good access to the main attractions of the Spanish capital. Its soundproofed rooms, decorated in light colours, create a welcoming environment and are equipped with en suite facilities, hairdryer, air conditioning and TV. abba Mía Restaurant serves a variety of Mediterranean dishes, combining the Italian cuisine with a slight Spanish touch and complemented by a wide selection of wines. Located in the centre of Spain and mixing a small town flavour with the flair of a cosmopolitan city, Madrid presents visitors with an unparalleled nightlife complemented by the cathedrals, museums and trendy boutiques of Chueca. As this city is the home of flamenco, travellers may jazz up their stay by learning a new dance style, while leisure moments may be spent walking one of the city’s many green spaces. Local attractions come in abundance with Puerta de Alcalá, an old city gate, Templo de Debod, an Egyptian temple in the middle of Madrid, and Plaza de Cibeles, the central square where Real Madrid celebrates championship wins. Plenty dining opportunities are provided in local restaurants, serving the Spanish signature dish, tapas, while art lovers may enjoy a visit to Cultural Center Sanchinarro, revealing exhibitions and shows of the main artistic trends in a cultural scene. Aficionados may watch bullfighters showing off their skills at the corrida, and nature enthusiasts can catch a breath of fresh air in one of the largest parks of the city, Parque del Retiro. Located on the Castillian plateau, the capital city of Spain blends its medieval and royal past with the cosmopolitan lifestyle of a 21st century city. From the busy avenue of Gran Via, housing the Cinema District and a large number of shopping malls, to the lively Puerta del Sol and Plaza Mayor, Madrid is a year-round destination for globetrotters. History buffs may venture to one of Europe’s largest palaces known as Palacio Real, housing a china room, a throne room with red velvet walls and a royal army museum, while the Catedral de la Almudena beckons with the history of the Diocese of Madrid and a Neo-Romanesque crypt. Leisurely moments may be spent in the El Retiro Park, visiting the Crystal Palace and a reconstruction of a Plilippino village, or hiring a boat to admire the ducks. geese, black swans and terrapins on the lake. Dining opportunities are plentiful, with a wide range of eateries and cafes serving Spanish signature dishes including tapas, while thrilling bullfights may be seen at the corrida before heading out to a music venue to enjoy a flamenco show.