Spain is a popular destination with nonrevs. Both Barcelona and Madrid get rave reviews from those who have been there.
So if you get a few days off and the flights look good, how about hopping over to Madrid for a long weekend?
There’s arguably never been a better time to visit Madrid. Prices are still relatively low, but the economic and political turmoil of the past decade has helped spur an outpouring of creativity and enterprise in Spain’s golden capital…
When doing a long weekend trip you want to make the most of your time at the destination.
Knowing where to go, what to eat, where to shop, etc are all important information to have at your fingertips.
The New York Times just did a story on what to see and do in 36 hours in Madrid. It will give you an outline you can use to plan your quick trip to Madrid.