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Madrid in mid-February

by footstool

generally, what are temps, chance of snow, rain? does anybody have a favorite hotel in or close to "downtown"? Is Madrid a bicycle-friendly city? Thanks for your help!

Re: Madrid in mid-February

by footstool

thanks again!

Re: Madrid in mid-February

by ricky52

Trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local on the day variations.
This information should be used as a guide only.
Here is the average weather for Madrid for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

February.
High 53f / 12c
Low 33f / 1c
Rain 1.75in / 44.5mm
Sun % 21

Re: Madrid in mid-February

by anguspm

Feb is one of the coldest months of the year in Madrid. BUT, with its elevated position, if there are clear skies then the sun shines through and its "template". This is probably around half of the days so its more down to luck than anything else.

As for the bicycle... I would say that you are better off walking and using the metro. I´ve friends here who use bikes for exercise and they normally go to one of the big parks. The streets are, I would say, bike friendly but the drivers most certainly are not!

Re: Madrid in mid-February

by footstool

thanks, anguspm. I like to walk anyway.

Travel Tips for Madrid

The Palacio de Oriente usually...

by catarata

The Palacio de Oriente usually called the Palacio Real (Royal Palace) was constructed on the site of a Moorish fortrees, destroyed by fire in 1734.
The first stone was placed in 1737 and the Italian architects Juan Bautista Sacchetti and Francisco Sabatini were commissioned for its construction.
Opposite the main façade facing towards the South, is the Plaza de la Armería (Royal Armory Square). Circling the Palace, we access to a lovely park, the Jardines de Sabatini (Sabatini Gardens) and the sloping enclosed gardens known as the Campo del Moro. Joined to the Palace is La Almudena Cathedral.

A good friend told me, 'Never...

by bonio

A good friend told me, 'Never pass a Cruzcampo sign'
He was right, it's good beer!
Gambrinus also was good, I think that there are a chain of bars around the city, and further out (saw one in Toledo too)

palacio de cristal de arganzuela

by cbeaujean

chopera,10
metro:legazpi
daily:10am-2pm,4-6pm
sat,sun,bank holidays:11am-6pm
no entrance fees!

refurbished in 1992,includes now the old municipal slaughterhouse.
8400m2,9000 tropical species under microclimate.

on sunday mornings,madrid dogs rendezvous! (accompanied by their masters!)

Calle Carmen

by Carmela71 about Shopping Areas

It is obvious that with that name, this street should be a shopping one ;-)

This is a off street from Plaza del sol, the parallel street is calle Preciados, also with lots of shops.

But beware of Calle Montera, a few streets further, they sell there other things ;-)

The best "afterhours" music

by agarcia about Capote

This tip is for night creatures, that will not even glimpse the Spanish intense sun during their visit to Madrid (trust me, there are lot of people like that visiting us) ;-) If you're in the mood for dancing until the sun is high in the sky, Capote is your place. The DJ that they have during the Saturday nights has simply become my musical guru. He always surprise with new and diverse rhythms (Latin, Brazilian or just plan and simple techno). Just one advice: Avoid the drinks there. They have the horrible custom of mixing your spirits with rat poison... just kidding, but they certainly wont serve you scotch whiskey when you ask for one. That's what we call "garrafón".

By the way, the name of the bar has nothing to do with bullfighting. It's just a homage to Truman Capote.

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