Weather Averages for Madrid in April
Averages for Madrid in April
It is fairly quiet in Madrid during April with a minimum of festivals. For some who would like to avoid crowds this is the best time to visit and explore the city. The weather is also perfect during this time for strolling with an average daily temperature of 110 C, meaning not uncomfortably chilly. Besides, the sun will be out for an average of 7 hours making the days warm enough.
Buen Retiro Park is one of the largest and most popular parks in Madrid. This park is full of beautiful sculpture, landscaping and monuments. The Royal Botanic Garden is awesome with its collection of 90,000 plants and flowers and 1,500 trees in a 8 hectare area. Last but not the least is the Campo del Moro which follows the layout of 19th Century English gardens, thus, explaining the English romanticism impression of the garden.
Madrid is also famous for its active nightlife and indeed it has numerous pubs and discos that are open until the wee hours of the morning. Some of the liveliest after dinner parties are in Olé Lola, Marula Café, and Museo Chicote. A variety of entertainment is available from flamenco bars, live bands to dj music. When you’re done partying, go for a tapa before going back to the hotel for a much needed shuteye. Coco Loco Hostel would be the perfect place for accommodations because of its proximity to clubs. It is also very affordable.
Bring your dancing shoes in April because for this month Madrid has two major dancing festivals: Klubber’s Day and Madrid en Danza. Klubber’s Day is a two day event held at the Madrid Arena where local and international dance steps mingle. Dancers from all over the world participate in the Madrid en Danza together with local dancers to showcase their talents in contemporary dance. You just might want to participate in some workshops and live exhibitions.
April events in Madrid
Almoneda Art Exhibition
11th April 2015 to 19th April 2015
The Almoneda Art Exhibition exhibits various antiques and artwork for both viewing and purchase. There will be over 130 galleries showcasing crafts originating from all over Spain, such as watches, clothing, rugs, lamps, books and vintage jewellery, which are all at least 50 years old.
Marathon Popular de Madrid
19th April 2015
This is an annual marathon which runs through the city of Madrid in late April. The event is a 10km road race open to everyone, a half marathon was also added to the competition in 2012. The course begins near Paseo de Recoletos and heads past the Biblioteca Nacional de Espana.
23rd April 2015 to 25th April 2015
Organized by IFEMA with the support of the Spanish Association of Franchise, AEF is celebrated in April. The event offers a programme of lectures, presentations and debates on key issues and strategies in the business world. AEF members will also share their accomplishments in various talks throughout the exhibition.
23rd April 2015 to 10th May 2015
Festimad is a cultural festival of alternative and rock music that is celebrated annually in the community of Madrid, Spain, from 1994, generally in the last weekend of May.
30th April 2015 to 11th May 2015
Documented Madrid is a festival dedicated exclusively to the documentary cinema which takes place since 2004 every spring in Madrid. This international festival has the ambition to present the best movies reflecting the social, cultural, economic and artistic realities of the current world.