Apartamentos La Latina

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Lavapies, 17, Madrid, 28012, Spain
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Metro Zone and ticket type... need HELP

by 9tigers

I went to http://www.metromadrid.es/en site and did saw the PDF version map of the routes, know what I need to get from airport to central area, but how do I know what is zone A B...
also is there like 3-4 day pass type of tickets? and it seems to be as long as the person is over 65 that get just flat rates is that true? even for US people?

please help!!

Re: Metro Zone and ticket type... need HELP

by Redang

Check: www.ctm-madrid.es

Re: Metro Zone and ticket type... need HELP

by marielexoteria

I would recommend Abono Transporte Turístico (Madrid Travel Pass), they have it in 3 and 5 days (as of your request). It's cheap, works very good and you can buy it online and pick it up at the airport, a little before the metro platform on terminal 2. I used it in 2007 and will use it again on my next trip.

The airport is included in zone A, while the whole (if not most) of the Madrid community is included in zone T. All metro lines, buses and cercanías trains within the zone you bought are included.

Buy at: http://www.neoturismo.com/en/transportes/abonotransportesmadrid/abonotransportesmadrid.

Re: Metro Zone and ticket type... need HELP

by 9tigers

ty I found it at http://www.ctm-madrid.es/servlet/CambiarIdioma?xh_TIPO=8

Re: Metro Zone and ticket type... need HELP

by 9tigers

if I want to visit Toledo do u think I should take train, bus or subway?
what about • El Escorial and Valley of the Fallen and Segovia

Re: Metro Zone and ticket type... need HELP

by Redang

Valley of the Fallen: Bus; the rest, can be reached by bus or trian

Re: Metro Zone and ticket type... need HELP

by AsturArcadia

All you need is an Abono Turístico regional de Transportes - E 5.20 for one day, up to E 23.60 for 7 days (various numbers of days available), covers ALL public transport within the metropolitan area, available at stations, newspaper kiosks, tourist offices and suchlike. Forget about zones - enjoy the freedom of all modes of public transport.

Re: Metro Zone and ticket type... need HELP

by AsturArcadia

All you need is an Abono Turístico regional de Transportes - E 5.20 for one day, up to E 23.60 for 7 days (various numbers of days availablr), covers ALL public transport within the metropolitan area, available at stations, newspaper kiosks, tourist offices and suchlike. Forget about zones - enjoy the freedom of all modes of public transport.

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by 9tigers

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Travel Tips for Madrid

The Parc El Retiro

by Paul2001

The Parc El Retiro is one of the best urban parks that I ever visited. Situated just a short walk from the Prado, it is a lovely shady expense where you can hide from the hot Madrid summer sun. The park is host to several large 19th and early 20th century monuments like the one pictured here of King Alfonso XII. This gives it a certain regal atomsphere that I enjoyed. There is also a large lake where you can rent rowboats if you like. Finally there are two crystal palaces but oddly enough they were in a poor state of repair when I wandered through the park.

Gastronomical Must

by Lalique

Well, if you came to Spain, then you came to the right country, the country with reach gastronimic traditions and endless variety of food to offer....
Talking about Spain, Madrid is the quitessence of everything one can find travelling around, however there are some Musts, one shouldn't miss..... one of them is Jamon, or ham prepared in a very special way.... a special breed of big is fed only by acorns and when the time comes, big is killed, and its legs are got fermented in natural conditions for several years.... depending on length of fermentation, the quality of Jamon is graded from low to a very high...

Camino Schmid

by Lorro

A great way to beat the heat of Madrid´s summers. From Madrid, ( Atocha, Nuevos Minesteros or Chamartin) take the C-8b Cercania train to Navacerrada, you have to change in Cercedilla.
From Navacerrada train starion. Take a trail that goes up behind the station building or the stairs across the tracks to the left. Once on the road continue UPhill to the left until you see the sign for Castilla y Leon( on the picture). Take the road to the left before the sign and walk towards the chair ifts to where you can get on the trail. Follow the yellow spots painted on some of the the trees, from this way its difficult to get lost as the trail is well marked and travelled. If in doubt take the lower trail always. In about 1.5 hours you will reach a more open area called Collado Ventoso. Its not uncommon to find cows and horses freely grazing around there. They won´t hurt you if you leave them alone. Its a beautiful hike and Collado Ventoso is a great place to have a picnic lunch and take a siesta in the sun.
For another option from Cercedilla there are also many hiking trails to explore!

Madrid Sunsets

by SirRichard

My favourite place for sunsets in Madrid is the square between tha Royal Palace and the Almudena Cathedral. From that terrace you can see the whole west of Madrid, towards the Casa de Campo and it makes a quiet wonderful palce for a sunset...

Great Life Jazz

by Roadquill about El Berlin Jazz Cafe

A great little jazz club just off of Gran Via. I enjoyed a samba jazz guitarist, play with a Spanish female vocalist and a percussionist one evening and it was great. Intimate setting and reasonable price. 6 euro cover, plus 5 euro for a beer. Pretty casual

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