Fun Plans To Enjoy Easter Week In Madrid

Easter is coming soon and if you are planning to travel to Madrid and you are not sure what to do, here we leave you our recommendations:

For adventurers

If you are a fan of comics and you are into adventure, you can’t miss a visit to the Warner Park in Madrid. In addition to the attractions, you can enjoy shows such as the Crazy Police Academy.

A trip to Madrid to enjoy this activity is highly recommended.

The best plan for groups

If you want to take advantage of your trip to Madrid to get your adrenaline pumping, we recommend Fox in a Box, the largest Escape Room in Europe, where you can choose from a wide selection of family activities in either of its two locations.

For young and grown up

Would you like to meet one of the most famous children’s characters? We suggest you visit the tooth fairy museum, next to Suites You Zinc. A small children’s museum with drawings, figures and a reproduction of the house of the tooth fairy and her family.


If you want to put your voice to the test after a day of sightseeing in Madrid, there’s nothing better than trying out the microphones of a karaoke.

Cheers Karaoke has been a classic of Madrid nights since 1992. You can choose from over 30,000 songs and perform them in up to 13 different languages. There is no entrance fee, no charge for singing, just a drink and it is open every day of the year.

The most cultural Madrid

If you prefer to travel alone, La Casa Encendida offers a wide variety of activities such as exhibitions, cinema, concerts, meetings, etc., all in the same multicultural space. Moreover, it is located near one of the most emblematic neighbourhoods of Madrid, La Latina, which you can also get to know and discover through its gastronomy and the commercial and cultural proposals that make it such a unique neighbourhood.

For the more traditional ones

From Friday of Sorrows to Easter Sunday (22nd to 31st March in 2024) you can attend the different processions that take place in the streets of Madrid, some of them in such emblematic places as the Paseo del Prado, Calle Alcalá or the Plaza Mayor.

The atmosphere will be filled with the beating of drums and trumpets and a multitude of colours reflected in the costumes of the different brotherhoods. If you prefer to listen to sacred music, the San Ginés parish church will host the Ciclo de Música de órgano (a week before), or you can opt for a concert by the Municipal Symphonic Band, a programme of saetas with the best singers (from Thursday to Holy Saturday) and the classic tamborrada (Easter Sunday).

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