Madrid’s Fall Colors: Red and orange photos of Madrid

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MADRID, Spain—EuroCheapo’s “Wandering Cheapo” Kari Hoerchler arrived this week in Madrid, where she’s spending the week strolling about town. While there, we asked her to snap some shots of everyday life in Madrid on her fancy new iPhone.

While touring the city yesterday, Kari realized that orange and red, typical fall colors, show up in the most beautiful, and sometimes surprising, places in Madrid.

Rembrandt in Madrid
Sign promoting the Rembrandt exhibit at the Prado museum.

The Guard Chamber in Madrid
Block north of Teatro Real facing Plaza de Oriente east of Palacio Real.

Near Teatro Real in Madrid
Block south of Teatro Real facing Plaza de Oriente east of Palacio Real.

Museum in Madrid
Entrance to Museo Taurino, at the northeast arc of the Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas, the museum to accompany Madrid’s bullfighting ring.

Guard’s chamber at Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas, the bullfighting ring.

Fountain in Madrid
Fountain along the Gran Via at the northeast end of the Plaza de Espana.

Many thanks to Kari Hoerchler for the colorful photos of Madrid in the fall. Enjoy the rest of your trip!

Also see: Our recommended budget hotels in Madrid.

About the author

Kari Hoerchler

En junio 2000, Kari moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina and never looked back...until she ran out of pesos. After another round of bank riots, the travel lady bug moved to more stable financial ground: Wall Street. (Hey, no laughing!) Currently the Listings Manager for Over There Interactive for cold, hard cash, she is also a co-author of The Maneater Murder Mystery Series and Venue Goddess for Lit Crawl NYC.

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