Acis Y Galatea

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

C/ Galatea 6, Madrid, Madrid, 28042, Spain
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 47% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Couples85
  • Solo80
  • Business100

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from downtown to the airport

by 75Antonio

hola, si voy a tomar un vuelo en Barajas a las 7 am es posible tomar otro medio d etransporte que no sea el metro ? , porque veo que este abre a las 6 am. hay otro medio de transporte adecuado, si no , cuano cuesta un taxi al aeropuerto?

Re: from downtown to the airport

by Redang

El primer autobús sale a las 5,20 am, pero desde la Avenida de América, y a nos ser de que estés cerca, sólo podrías llegar en metro. Un taxi podría costar unos 25-30 € más o menos (desde el centro).

Re: from downtown to the airport

by nomad7890

Por experiencia, pienso que el taxi es la mejor opcion. Casi siempre hiendo "hacia" el aeropuerto, cobran justamente, las unicas veces que me he enojado con los taxistas es cuando tratan de hacer un cuento del aeropuerto a Madrid - aunque you siempre tomo el Metro, a no ser que viaje con una persona que sea un problema en las escaleras.

Re: from downtown to the airport

by nomad7890

awwww ... aren't there two ex- Real people very much in the England side - not really a question. ;=)

Travel Tips for Madrid

Madrid, of course, is the...

by Ronald_T

Madrid, of course, is the not-so-new capital of this new Spain. It’s been the Spanish capital since 1561, when Philip II moved his court here from Toledo. It’s not an elegant city. Spain always has Barcelona to go head to head against Paris or London or Rome for sophisticated shopping and well-dressed women. Madrid is resolutely unstylish, keeps its own hours, and pursues its own pleasures. Madrid is a city of thousands of bars but few drunks, a city of endless narrow streets and only a few broad boulevards, and, of course, a city filled with art. In many ways Madrid is the cultural center of the entire Spanish-speaking world. The Prado (see picture) by itself draws tourists and art pilgrims much the way Florence does.

The most cultural museum of...

by mozart_WA

The most cultural museum of Madrid is the 'Museo del Prado',of course Wiith 6000 painting, mainly Spanish school.The most famous are'Meninas' ofD.Velasquez
'Maja desnuda' of F.goya and more.
The others arts museum is Thyssen-Bornemisza
Historic museum :Museo Arqueologico

Toledo is very cultural too :With a beautiful cathedral and a pretty mosquito


by iandsmith

Just walking around towns, from time to time you come across unannounced pleasures. This was a pleasant experience in Madrid called Plaza de la Villa which featured a statue of Don Alvara de Bazan. No, I have no idea either in answer to your next question.

Headgear and jewellry

by Lamberti64 about Mamita Linda Atelier

Mamita Linda is the classic studio space dedicated to the hat and headgear.
Modern and different designs to suit all tastes: ceremony, party, marriage ... The designer of the brand receives personally advising clients in completing the look and styling. In less than 7 days do as headdresses.
In the studio we can also find accessories and ready to wear headdresses, jewelry and hair ornaments for girls. Custom hats, cocktails hat, facinators touched in 7 days and ready to take VISA

"Clandestine" drinks

by agarcia about Café del Mono

I know, I know, the entrance of the bar is not exactly appealing. The external aspect of this small and cozy bar is so... unusual, that it's a very common thing to miss it while looking for a late drink in the Latina neighborhood. But once you pass the doorman that looked twice to the street before allowing you in, you'll find the real place. Excellent music and great ambience!

Ups, I almost forget to mention that they serve the BEST gin & tonics of the city ;-)


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