Dormirdcine

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Principe de Vergara 87, Madrid, 28006, Spain
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  • Couples84
  • Solo88
  • Business80

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And the lisbon gang was also here.And the lisbon gang was also here.

San Jeronimo Church by the Museo del PradoSan Jeronimo Church by the Museo del Prado

Restaurante Sirena Verde (Madrid, España/Spain)Restaurante Sirena Verde (Madrid, España/Spain)

Forum Posts

Must Sees in Madrid?

by Susumarie

I have 3 days in Madrid -- can you seasoned travelers tell me what is a must for that time period? I thank everyone in advance!

Re: Must Sees in Madrid?

by Roadquill

For Sunday morning the Rastro Flea market, plus the collectible sellers in Plaza Major. In the evening Plaza Major (you never know what kind of show will be on that night) The Palace and Armory. For museums, the Prado is a must, the Reina Sophia is wonderful and the Thyssen Borenmizma is a gem. Cruise through the Parc Retiro and the check out the crystal palace. The Temple Diebold was surprisingly cool to visit. A 3/4 day trip to El Escorial is a must do. Hot chocolat and churros at St. Gines by Plaza Major. Get a copy of whatsonmadrid (in think there is a website) There are free evening concerts by the park just east of the Palace on a regular basis. If you can, attend a Zarzuella, this is Madrid light opera. You don't need to know Spanish to enjoy it. Karl

Re: Must Sees in Madrid?

by unaS

madrdmark

Re: Must Sees in Madrid?

by Susumarie

I'm printing this all out -- thanks!

Re: Must Sees in Madrid?

by sirgaw

Australia and now Spain - you get around - LOL

Suggest you might like to do a day trip to Toledo, which is a 45 minute fast train trip. Just an amazing city. In Madrid the Prado is a must see and also the Royal Palace and next door the cathedral. Add in Plaza Mayor as well. Very walkable city (old part) and don't forget to have a paella - suggest the Museo del Jamon.

Re: Must Sees in Madrid?

by Aitana

Museo del Prado is a must. Now there is a temporary exhibition of the great painter Joaquin Sorolla that includes the big murals he painted for the Hispanic Society of New York. Don't miss it! You can book the ticket at:
https://www.gtp.es/prado/oberonweb_venta/
The ticket for the exposition allows you to visit also the permanent collection.

In the same area you have Thyssen and Reina Sofia Museums and CaixaForum. Parque del Retiro is the perfect place to rest after visiting any museum.

Re: Must Sees in Madrid?

by Susumarie

Sirgaw!! We meet again! You will be happy to know your monster spiders DID NOT get me (are there creepy-crawlers I have to worry about in Spain?)

Re: Must Sees in Madrid?

by sirgaw

>(are there creepy-crawlers I have to worry about in Spain?)

Yes there are - VERY large spiders that have horns, kick dirt with their feet and then say mooooooo

Re: Must Sees in Madrid?

by Roadquill

Yes, there are creepy crawlers in Espana, but check with the Spanish women as they know how to tame a Spanish guy. ;-)

Re: Must Sees in Madrid?

by Susumarie

If that is the worst of Espana creepy crawlers, I think we are on solid ground -- coming from the land of every nationality you can think of, us Norte Americanas have learned...

Re: Must Sees in Madrid?

by Susumarie

Y'all are so sweet, can't imagine wanting to use my cape to say good-bye! (but will have it on the ready...)

Travel Tips for Madrid

Architecture

by HORSCHECK

Wander around the centre of Madrid and keep an eye on the many interesting architecture styles.
The Plaza Mayor is a masterpiece of Renaissance architecture. Along the Gran Via the buildings have style elements of american skyscrapers, Classicism and Art-Deco. The buildings of General Franco at the Plaza de Espana have the monumental style of Stalin.

Easter Processions

by agarcia

Though not as fervent catholic as the myth states, religious traditions had strong roots in Spain, particularly during Easter. During Semana Santa, the processions took by assault the streets of every mayor city or village of the country, and Madrid is not an exception.
Please, check my “Easter in Madrid” travelogue, for further info about this religious celebration.

Casino de Madrid

by suvanki

I came across the impressive doorway to the Casino de Madrid, while wandering down Ave Alcala.

It wasn't until later that I found out that it wasn't a place for playing Roulette etc, but it is an exclusive Gentlemans club, with a restaurant - La Terraza de Casino - whos' consultant is the legendary Ferran Adria - he of the Michelin 3* El Bulli restaurant!!! - considered one of the best restaurants in the world! This restaurant has 1*

The building is architecturally interesting, and inside are some famous works of art

The website is worth looking at - see link below

Address - Alcala 15, 28014 Madrid

METRO - SOL

Calle Preciados

by barbskie about Shopping Areas

A car-free shopping district is one of the city's best shopping area. Calle Preciados begins at Puerta del Sol and ends at Plaza Callao.You'll find from casual to elegant wears for women and men fashions of major brands, department stores to specialty shops. You know where to spend your pocket money:)
Opening hours:
10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

The times fly quickly

by Joacim about Palacio Gaviria

An old palace turned inte a nightclub is a splendid idea and the people behind this nightclub has succeeded to 100%!

You feel like a visitor to the palace owner transfered back to the 18th century. A lot of different dancefloors which gives everyone what they want. Crowded with happy and pleasant people. Not to casual

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Address: Principe de Vergara 87, Madrid, 28006, Spain