Aparthotel Quo Eraso

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

C/ Ardemans 13, Esq Eraso 7, Madrid, Madrid, 28028, Spain
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Costs 49% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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MADRID AND PROXIMITY FROM 5 DEC TO 14 DEC 2009

by KSLOO

My family and I plan to tour Madrid and surrounding towns. We will drive in on 5 Dec 2009 evening and leave by plane on 14 Dec, 2009, 6 pm (Madrid airport). I understand that Constitution Day is on 6 Dec (Sunday) and Immaculate Conception on 8 Dec (Tuesday). We would like to watch Real Madrid play on 6 Dec 2009 but understand that it can be changed to 5 Dec or 7 Dec last minute. We would also like to tour Segovia, Avila, Salamanca and Toledo by car.

What is the best itinerary and should I skip Salamanca as I am more interest in Toledo becuase of the Roman ruins?

Thanks.

Re: MADRID AND PROXIMITY FROM 5 DEC TO 14 DEC 2009

by Maurizioago

I'd skip Avila, but not Salamanca. ùThe only think I liked in Avila was the well preserved walls.

Re: MADRID AND PROXIMITY FROM 5 DEC TO 14 DEC 2009

by KSLOO

Should I stay in Madrid on Immaculate Conception or should I stay in Salamanca/Toledo on that day instead?

Re: MADRID AND PROXIMITY FROM 5 DEC TO 14 DEC 2009

by Maurizioago

Toledo is way far closer to Madrid than Salamanca. You can go there by direct bus from Madrid.

Re: MADRID AND PROXIMITY FROM 5 DEC TO 14 DEC 2009

by KSLOO

Thank you Maurizio and Pedro Febles. I went to the Real Madrid website but do not see the link to buy tickets.

If you were me how would you plan your trip from 5 Dec to 14 Dec? Which town would you spend the night and which town would you just pass by?

Travel Tips for Madrid

La Cibeles; La Puerta de...

by Chasse

La Cibeles; La Puerta de Alcalá; La Puerta del Sol;La Plaza Mayor; La Plaza del Rey y se Reloj de Sol;La Gran Vía; El Museo del Prado; El Parque del Retiro y muchas cosas más.- La gran Vía desembocando a la Fuente de la Cibeles

Tapas!

by xstacey

The Tapas, which go perfect with wine (vin blanco was choice!), are usually lined up on top of what resembles an American deli counter or are right on the bar. The sampling is a great way to experiment with all the different foods.

I discovered that you would pay when you were finished and you would tell the server or bartender how many tapas you had and they would charge accordingly. Don't scarff down too many though, at a couple euros each more than a few can add up quickly.

Atletico Madrid

by luke850

Atletico Madrid are the 'other' football team in Madrid, but are a top European club in their own right. Their stadium, the Vicente Calderon, has the 28th largest capacity in Europe, seating 57,500 people. Here you can watch Atletico take on other sides in La Liga, including Real Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia. You are probably more likely to get a ticket to an Atletico match than a Real match.

El Escorial

by ger4444

This is a monastery of Phillips the second. its the biggest monastery of spain. its build in the 16 th century and keeps an enorm collection of art pieces of the royals. the monastery is build in a sober style called desornomentado. designed by Herrera and Bautista de Toledo. Highlights are: 1. the library (here the private collection of Phillips the second amongst which 40.000 books. the ceiling has impressive fresco's) 2. the art museum (with paintings by belgian, italian and spanish painters) 3. the royal pantheon (in this mausuleum the spanish kings are buried). 4. the basilica (very decorative church with statues of Phillips the second and Carlos 5 th) 5. the patio de los evangelistas (here you find a temple with statues of the evangelsis) 6. The glory of the spanish monarchy (this fresco by Giordano depicts Carlos the fifth and Phillips the 2 th. ) 7. chapterrooms (here you see an altar for Carlos 5th. the celing has fresco's of angels) 8. palacio de borbones (luxuriously decorated rooms with wallcarpets by Goya)

Casa Patas - Flamenco!

by jamiesno about Casa Patas

Casa Patas is a great night spot not far from the Peurta Del Sol. The Flamenco is amazing and very authentic. The performers are very good and equally as dramatic and I witnessed in Sevilla. This is a small night club atmosphere where the performers are right next to you. Be warned that if you are from North America where smoking is virtually banned, in Casa Patas and most Spanish night clubs there will be lots of smoke!! Get used to it because it is not worth missing the great Flamenco over it!

But I should stress again in this tip I guess that this is not touristy flamenco, this is very popular authentic flamenco with lots of local people there. Casual

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