Rockwell Group's Madrid office is located in the heart of the city near Puerta del Sol, a vibrant hub and the center of a radial network of Spanish roads.
The Circulo de Bellas Artes (1919) is a nonprofit cultural organization featuring this beautiful staircase. Even more gorgeous are the views from its rooftop, open to the public.
The 20-acre Real Jardín Botánico de Madrid is next to the Prado Museum. Founded in 1755, it was later designed by architects Francesco Sabatini and Juan de Villanueva.
Designed by Antonio Palacios as the headquarters of the Banco Mercantil e Industrial and completed in 1944, the building is now an exhibition center currently showing 120 photographs by Chema Madoz.
A tasty tapas bar, restaurant, and gin joint, Mercado de la Reina has an olive tree growing in its center. It's one of the Madrid office's favorite lunch spots.
Thanks for the tour, Madrid.