Apartamentos Mayor Centro

Esparteros, 6, Madrid, 28012, Spain
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by Paulo_Pinto

WE are 3 persons that will be in transit in Madrid airport in saturday May 29.. we arrive at 8 am and go at 5 pm.
Where in downtown madrid or airport ou train station can we put the bags for some hours at a good price ?

Re: Bags

by marielexoteria

Taken from aena.es, FAQ: http://www.aena.es/csee/Satellite?Language=EN_GB&pagename=subHome&MO=1&SMO=9&SiteName=MAD&c=Page&cid=1049727006561&p=1049727006265

Is there a left-luggage office at the airport?

There are three left-luggage offices at the airport: the first in T1, the second in T2 and the third in T4. All baggage left at the left-luggage office passes through an x-ray checkpoint to verify that they do not contain dangerous items or objects.

Price for locker rental: part or whole of one day*, €3.85 (large and small locker); from two to fifteen days: large locker, €4.92; small locker €3.83. Storage from day fifteen on: 1,97. Transfer to the warehouse: €39.34 Special baggage €4.92.

There are lockers specifically designed to deposit large objects such as bicycles, surfboards, etc.

To use the left-luggage office:

Request the key from the desk personnel. You must show your passport or identity card.
Get a token from the vending machine (it takes coins and notes).
Pass your baggage through the security scanner.
Open the locker by turning the key in the direction shown, put your baggage inside and close the door.
Enter the token in the slot and close with key. Keep your key, it is your evidence of deposit.
.Information telephone: 902 404 704.

Information left-luggage offices 917 466 065 (T4) y 913 936 805 (T2).

* All or part of a day: 24 hours from the time the item is deposited. It is charged per periods of 24 hours.

Re: Bags

by Belsaita

Yes Mariel got it right! :)

Leave your bags at the airport. There are lockers at the 2 main train stations, but as you are leaving again from the airport it makes no sense, prices are about the same.

Re: Bags

by Paulo_Pinto

thank you so much..have you an ideia of the dimensions of locker ?

Re: Bags

by Belsaita

The big lockers are more than OK for a big suitcase. But even in case you're traveling with really huge bags you should be fine, there are special lockers for big items

See the FAQ at the airport page (turn it to English at the 'Elija Idioma' menu (up right):

Re: Bags

by virtualpatrick

I've left my luggage at the airport for the day. The process is as described in previous posts. Just remember to take your passport with you as you need to show it to get back in the luggage storage center.

Travel Tips for Madrid

Madrid is a party

by andal13

Walk along Calle Mayor from Almudena to Puerta del Sol... You will be taken to ancient Madrid... And get into one of the typical bars and have a cup of red wine or a beer, with delicious "tapas"!

Camina por la Calle Mayor, desde la Almudena a la Puerta del Sol... Serás transportado al Madrid antiguo... Y entra en cualquiera de los típicos bares, toma una copa de vino tinto o una cerveza, con las deliciosas "tapas"! I arrived to Madrid a two weeks before Christmas... and the whole city was a party! Squares, monuments, avenues, streets, where specially enlightened for the holiday. I will never forget my first sight of Madrid by night.

Llegué a Madrid dos semanas antes de la Navidad... y toda la ciudad era una fiesta! Plazas, monumentos, avenidas, calles, estaban especialmente iluminadas para las Fiestas. Nunca olvidaré mi primera visión de Madrid por la noche.


by Sharrie

From Old Madrid I took the metro to PLAZA DE CIBELES where a fountain with Roman goddess Cybele statue was spotted. It's beautiful & it was a long walk towards MUSEO DEL PRADO where I intended to visit. I passed by many interesting buildings & after having walked for at least 20 minutes, I finally found the PRADO MUSEUM!
There are many people queing to see the world's most comprehensive collection of Spanish paintings especially works by GOYA & VELAZQUEZ.
Pictured here is GOYA's collection of Clothed Maya.


by parsix

I lost count of how many times we lost these f*&$ gloves. The funiest part is that we always found them.
But to be in the safe side I will recommend taking an extra pair, just in case you are not as lucky as my friend.

Madrid Walks

by Carmela71

Madrid Town Hall organises a few walking tours around the centre of Madrid.

For information and tickets go to the Tourist Office at Plaza mayor (where tour starts)

I do not remeber the price but they were not very expensive

Party in the palace!

by bliss7 about Palacio Gaviria

On Friday night, we went to this crazy club called Palacio Gaviria. It actually used to be a palace! Queen Isabel II used to stay there, and it is now a club, it's amazing! All this artwork on the walls and ceiling, the furniture - awesome! It is all decorated as if it were the 19th century!

Some really hot girls too! Too bad about that language barrier! My Spanish is good enough where I can conduct basic conversations with people in quiet areas. Talking to gorgeous Iberian girls with loud bass and drums pounding in the background is not so easy. Toward the end of the night we met some girls from England, man it was so nice to speak to someone in English!

They have a great selection at the bar, it is pricey but it is a nice place, you get what you pay for. There are 3 different rooms blasting music, and also reserved areas where you can sit on these couches and chairs that look like they are 200 years old. (Obviously replicas).

It was around 20 euro to get in. Dress nice, this ain't no frat party! Girls can wear pretty much anything they want, as long as it looks good. For guys, wear long pants (jeans acceptable), nice shoes (although my friend did get in with sneakers but looked like a fool), a nice shirt, you know the deal.


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Address: Esparteros, 6, Madrid, 28012, Spain