Casa De Madrid

Arrieta 2, Madrid, Madrid, 28013, Spain
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Question on apartment location

by jn1963

Hi everyone,

We have a choice of two apartments during our upcoming trip to Madrid. One is on Calle de las Huertas and the other on CAlle de Cervantes. Both are near the Prado. Does anyone know which area is nicer or best? Calle de las Huertas is closer to the train station, is that less desirable? I have a map so I know where these locations are, I just don't know what the areas are like.

Also - in many other European countries, people are all over the city with signs trying to rent you apartments, especially at places like train stations. Is this the case in Madrid?

Re: Question on apartment location

by Belsaita

The station and the area neat Atocha station is actually very nice, not one of these seedy train stations you can find in other cities. You will be fine at any of these locations, so get the one you fancy more. Actually they are probably not more than 5-10 min walking from each other. By the way, in Google Maps streetview you can check how these streets look like. Calle Huertas is nice, lined with trees, and is plenty of cafes and tapas bars so it does not get so 'emply' at night

On the other hand I agree with Ranger49: I never seen these people in Madrid or in any other Spanish city (I was not looking for them... but in any case, if they exist they are not many, and definitely not 'all over the city')

Travel Tips for Madrid

Events at the Plaza Mayor

by virtualpatrick

Frequently check the newspaper for any events that may be happening at the Plaza. During the weekend of my stay, there was an exhibition of Andalusian horses. It's beautiful to watch these horses prance around in synchronous patterns.

Summer terraces

by agarcia

Many, many centuries ago, before the humankind could even think about Air Conditioning systems, the witty Spaniard people found the perfect method for fighting the summer heat: terraces. Well, actually terraces and cold beer is the solution. You just sit in your favorite one, with your friends or relatives and you enjoy your evening/night in that extension of your home that the street is during summer.

As you may appreciate on the picture, we start at a very early age with our terraces explorations. But don’t worry... this young gentleman wasn’t drinking anything else than milk. ;-)

Palace hotel

by Joacim

Palace hotel is maybe not the most obvious attraction off the beaten path but it has a really good history which makes it woorth mentioning here.

In the hotel the spy Mata Hara met all her contacts when she was active. So if yu wanna feel like Bond, James bond, why not check this hotel out


by evona about Gastronomy

When you are hungry you can buy some donuts and drink a caffee or hot chocolate. In this place opposite to Atocha there is a great choice of donuts: with chocolate, nuts, marmelade, powder sugar and many more. They look very colorfull. You can buy one or more. You can take it with or sit by a table. The one donuts cost 1 Euro, but when you buy more it is cheaper.

Dance till you drop

by agarcia about Discos

As I have been accused recently to be a “bailongo” (I will not provide a translation for this term :-p), I’ve just decided to present right now my favorite “dance all night” spot in Madrid. Larios Café has two completely different floors. The ground floor has a unique and excellent decoration, which I personally found similar (or influenced) to the Gaudy style. There’s also live Cuban music until 3 a.m.

The lower floor is a typical disco dance floor, the kind of place that a friend of mine usually describes as a “meet market”. I usually prefer the first floor, but it dependents on my mood. Sometimes I prefer to be downstairs, you know ;-) I will dare to suggest you to visit the nearest Zara store before appearing there ;-)


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Address: Arrieta 2, Madrid, Madrid, 28013, Spain