Madrid Live Webcams

Live webcams in Madrid stream real-time views of streets, squares, architecture, the historic center, cathedrals, restaurants and hotels, the airport, parks, and landmarks of the capital and largest city of Spain. The webcams offer panoramic views of the city and provide current weather conditions in Madrid from anywhere in the world. The webcams stream in real-time, and some even include sound. The most popular webcams are located at the top of the streaming list. A webcam map on this page displays the exact location of each webcam in Madrid.

Brief Information About Madrid

Madrid is the capital and largest city of Spain, the administrative center of the autonomous community of Madrid, and the main political, economic, and cultural center of the country. The city is situated at an altitude of 667 meters (2,188 feet) above sea level in the central part of continental Spain.

The population of the city is approximately 3.2 million people, and its area is 607 km² (234.4 mi²). Madrid is the core of the largest metropolitan area in Spain, Greater Madrid, with a population of over 3.1 million people and an area of 1,200 km² (463.3 mi²).

The city was founded by Arabs in the 10th century, and its name can be translated from Arabic as “abundance of water.” Madrid’s rich history and numerous impressive landmarks attract many tourists from around the world.

Climate in Madrid

The climate in Madrid is continental and dry, as the city is located deep within the Iberian Peninsula, far from seas and oceans. Summers in Madrid are hot and sunny, while winters are quite cool and rainy.

The weather here is characterized by significant fluctuations in daily and annual temperatures. The average air temperature in summer is +29 °C (84.2 °F), and the average temperature in the coldest month, January, is around +6 °C (42.8 °F). In summer, temperatures often reach +33 °C (91.4 °F), and sometimes even +40 °C (104 °F).

Most precipitation in Madrid falls in the autumn and winter, particularly in October, November, and December. Snowfall is quite common in winter, and the nearby mountainous areas experience very snowy winters.

Landmarks of Madrid

The capital of Spain has a vast number of landmarks, often described as an open-air museum. Here you can see Catholic cathedrals, churches, historic baroque buildings, museums, city squares, and palaces.

Some of the most popular landmarks in Madrid include: the Royal Palace of Madrid, Almudena Cathedral (Spanish: Catedral de la Almudena), Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol (the main square of Madrid), the Gate of Alcalá (Spanish: La Puerta de Alcalá), the Prado Museum (Spanish: Museo Nacional del Prado), Las Ventas Bullring, the Royal Theater, the Royal Basilica of Saint Francis the Great, and the Zarzuela Palace (Spanish: Palacio de la Zarzuela), among many others.

The list of Madrid webcams is constantly updated. New interesting webcams are added, and non-functioning ones are fixed. Each webcam on the list is equipped with a map showing its exact location in Madrid and a full informative description.