Aparto-Hotel Rosales

Marques De Urquijo 23, MADRID, Spain, 28008, ES
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Visiting Madrid April 2010

by jessetaylor1992

Hei, am planning on visiting Madrid on two week-ends.
I will be with friends in Valencia during the week-days.
In the mood for exploring the city, salsa dancing,
experiencing tapas with new friends and going with a group.
Or even those visitors to share Madrid experience.
Looking forward to healthy fun and laughters.

I am from Bali, Indonesia.

Re: Visiting Madrid April 2010

by Aloe9678

Well, I only really saw the airport and one of the train stations of Madrid, since I stayed in Valencia, but I just wanted to say have a great time. I had a great time when I went to Bali.

Re: Visiting Madrid April 2010

by maestrousmc

Madrid is a vibrant city that's full of culture, history and good food. All the streets which lead to its "center", Puerta del Sol - as well as the area surrounding it for that matter - are lined with several tascas where you'll be able to sample all the traditional fare. (I find myself ordering croquettas or fried mashed potatoes with ham covered in breadcrumbs every chance I get). Though I've found that madrileños were out every night of the week, you'll see that the weekends are busy and full of energy. Enjoy one of my favorite cities in the world.

Re: Visiting Madrid April 2010

by jessetaylor1992

Thanks - come again to Bali.

Re: Visiting Madrid April 2010

by Aloe9678

Definitely planning to. I don't know when, but I'll definitely be back.

Travel Tips for Madrid

Plaza de la Cibeles

by Hosell

Some of most importants places to see in Madrid are:
Museo del Prado,Palacio Real,Museo Reina Sofia,Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza,Museo Arqueologico,Museo Ciencias Naturales(Natural Story Museum),Museo de Cera,La Plaza Mayor,Catedral de la Almudena,Parque del Retiro,Plaza de España,Gran Via,Puerta del Sol,Plaza de Cibeles,Plaza de Colon. The visits to my favorite museun in Madrid, el Prado,and the year I stayed here during the Army!!
Here you can see a picture taken in Plaza de Cibeles!

Puerto de la Morcuera (mountains)

by SirRichard

If you have a car, this mountain pass close to Miraflores (a little town in the north mountains) is a good place to go and see the snowy mountains in winter. Is just 1 hour away and is a good alternative to Navacerrada, always sooo crowded in winter weekends. Here U won't find ski slopes or cafeterias, just nature and woods, so is less crowded.
To go, exit Madrid towards Colmenar, go on till Soto del Real and follow to Miraflores. From there take the road to "Puerto de Canencia and Rascafria".

If you don't have car, U better go to Navacerrada, U can go by train from Atocha or Chamartin (line 8b of "Cercanias" trains).



For all you soccer fans everyone knows that the spanish adores football and everything around it....Real Madrid & Athletico Madrid which are large rivals are the main clubs representing this city....and they have also a great staduim where to play visiting teams.....

San Jose Church

by agarcia

Quite dull in the outside, and surprisingly elegant in the inside, the church of San Jose (early XIX century) has two remarkable qualities that probably make it worthy a visit. First, the church placement could not be more convenient (from the tourist point of view), as the church is right in the Gran Via street. Besides, the church acoustic is truly remarkable, and the church hosts many interesting concerts of camera music and chorus.

La Fontana de Oro

by vivalasteph about Irish pubs

I've heard that Madrilenos are not that thrilled with the Irish pubs that have moved into their city, and understand, but must share my happy experience at this pub. I stopped in on a Wednesday night for a pint of Murphy's and discovered the big screen down and the Blackburn-Liverpool match about to start. Ah, an oasis for an English footie fan!

Three pints later and I was saying "zhiiiss plaish iss ggreaaat."!


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Address: Marques De Urquijo 23, MADRID, Spain, 28008, ES