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Carretera de Vicalvaro a la Estacion de O"Donnell 18, Madrid, 28032, Spain
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Madrid to Seville & Good Hotels

by qquubbic

I have 4 days in Madrid, early May. Thursday, Friday, Sat, Sun I would like to go to take a day trip Seville, even Granada. Is this possible ?
Also good hotels, $100-$125

Thanks
Qquubbic

Re: Madrid to Seville & Good Hotels

by worldinabag

Hi

A day trip to Granada or Seville isn't possible. I suggest Toledo (first choice), Segovia, Avila, El Escorial or Aranjuez. In Madrid try Hotel Plaza Mayor - http://www.h-plazamayor.com.

Re: Madrid to Seville & Good Hotels

by sufr54

It is to far for train or bus in your time frame.

Here is a link for air travel :http://www.kayak.com/s/flights.jsp?searchid=AyZrYY&completed=true

About $235.00 usd rt.

Check out other airline offers too.

Maybe go late in the afternoon and return late in the evening the next day.

Both cities, especially Seville are worth the effort.

Re: Madrid to Seville & Good Hotels

by Roadquill

The high speed train from Madrid to Sevilla takes about 2 1/2 hours and runs around 77 euro one way. There are many trains during the day. If you take the 6:30 you arrive at Sevilla Santa Justa at 9:05. It is about a 12 euro taxi fare to the cathedral and alcazar. As to hotels in Madrid, I like the TRYP Cibeles on Gran Via in that price range if you book early. Karl

Travel Tips for Madrid

..........el Retiro

by la_beba

The footpaths throughout el Retiro are lined with comics, street vendors, musicians, and craftsmen who add a little joy to the park and earn a few coins from the passersby that enjoy their art.
With 118 hectars, the Park contains many monuments, from the Astronomic Observatory, to the Cason y Salon de Reinos (Kings House and Hall), the current Military Museum, to unique structures that are the remains of what was once the palace of Felipe IV.
During the reign of Fernando VII, small structures, called Caprichos (Whims), were erected, some of which still conserved: la Montaña de los Gatos or Cat Mountain (now used as an exhibition hall), la Casita del Pescador or the Fisherman's hut and the Sala del Contrabandista or the Smuggler's Hall, currently used as a party hall.
In the so-called Campo Grande (Big Field) important expositions are set up in places as lovely as the Velasquez Palace, a structure of iron, brick and crystal decorated with ceramics by Daniel Suloaga, or the Crystal Palace (seen here), constructed in 1987 by Ricardo Velasquez Bosco and conceived as a heater for the exhibition of the Philipines.

Fancy waiters

by la_beba

One of the joys of Madrid is the food, often best enjoyed in the many bars and cafes that serve ready made food (tapas) to its standing customers. Cheap and quick, it makes for a great, authentic, meal. What we really like about many of these eating establishments in Madrid is the old-school style of clothing that the wait staff wears. Pure class!!

El Capricho Park

by agarcia

Not many people knows about the existence of El Capricho, a small park placed on the north east of Madrid, full of charm.

To get there, you could stop at the Campo de Las Naciones Metro Station (Line 9), and walk through the Juan Carlos I park, until you reach a road. On the opposite side of the road, there's a Camping. If you follow the path of the camping, you'll find el Capricho right there. It's placed on the Alameda de Osuna Street. Opens from 9 to 6,30 on the cold season during weekends.

Please, check my travelogue for more pictures of this unique place.

Shopping places

by SirRichard

If you wanna go shopping in Madrid, there are specific areas for:
- Clothes and shoes high quality: Serrano street
- Antiques and second hand items:
"El Rastro" fleamarket on sundays near "La Latina" Metro Station.
- Souvenirs: Puerta del Sol, Gran Via...
- Anything else in one place: El Corte Ingles department stores.

"SALSA" DISCOS: SERRANO 41

by balihai69 about SERRANO 41

completely crowded in summer, kind of irregular during the rest of the year. this place only open as salsa on tuesday. there are two separate zones called SERRANO 41. you get the upper one at the street level, and its the "posh" one. to get the salsa part, you must go downstairs. i really like its music, but they have a problem with their wardrobe, as i stood for half an hour waiting for my coat. i ve always had a great time here. lovely people

open only tuesday, from 23.00 to 4.00

i think the cover is 10 euros with a drink. inside beers 4 eur shots 8 eur

24/12/2003 no required

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