Madrid is one of the world’s celebrated capitals, packed full of lively squares, award-winning restaurants and museums housing prized artworks. It’s a city to visit at any time of the year, with each season delivering unique delights. But it’s in the fall that it seems to take on a totally unique feel. The typically hot Madrid weather from the summer has started to abate and the number of tourists in the city begins to dwindle. But the fun and festivities have anything but slowed - there are dozens of popular things to do in Madrid in fall, and plenty of locals will tell you it’s the best time to visit Madrid. So if you’re wondering what to do in Madrid this September, October and November, or you’re looking for some inspo for a fall getaway, here’s why you should visit Madrid in the fall.