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Mesonero Romanos 7, Madrid, Madrid 28013
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Costs 33% less but rated 30% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Madrid snow zone indoor skiing?

by ptitterington

Has anyone been here, think it is the Xanadu shopping mall.
Would it be worth a visit, and what is the best way to get there, we will be staying on Gran Via mid january. (None of us are very experienced skiiers!)

Re: Madrid snow zone indoor skiing?

by Redang

I haven't been there, but these are the buses: Estación Principe Pío 528 y 534
For Prínipe Pío, you can go by metro to Opera from Gran Vía (line 5), the, Raal Opera-Prínipe Pío.

The web is in Spanish

Re: Madrid snow zone indoor skiing?

by KiNyA

Xanadú is quite interesting, I was there in summer while there was over 40 degreees outside, so you can imagine.
Anyway, if you're in Madrid and you'd like to try, why not. It's not very big and as well not very steep so it's just perfect for less experienced skiers.

If you have more time and there will be enough snow in the north of Madrid, you can also ski at ski centres Navacerrada, Valcotos, Valdesquí or La Pinilla.

La Pinilla:

As the pages above are in Spanish there is a link of a website in English:

Hope it helps,


Re: Madrid snow zone indoor skiing?

by ptitterington

Thanks for the replies, we wont be there for long so will probably aim to get there for the saturday afternoon.

Re: Madrid snow zone indoor skiing?

by Redang

Have a great time in Madrid whatever yo do/wherever you go to!

Travel Tips for Madrid

Go to the Prado museum. The...

by wayward_son

Go to the Prado museum. The Prado is one of the leading art museums in the world with works by Goya, El Greco, and Valazquez. There is nothing like standing in front of a great piece of art. A painting or sculpture that was created hundreds of years ago. If you can beat the crowds the Prado can be a very serene place.

Chuck your olive stones on the floor

by traceyspacey

We were having drinks with a friend who lives out here. We had been served olives with our drinks as is custom (sometimes it is crisps instead). We were sitting outside and did not know what to do with the olive stones. She said that it is custom to chuck the stones on the floor. So we did. Then she was talking to the birds as they were picking up the stones and she didn't want them to pick them up. (Not sure that they understood her!).

Real Madrid

by luke850

Real Madrid play their football matches at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium (see 'must see activities'). You can book tickets on their website, or in person at the ground. With superstar players such as Beckham and Ronaldo, you are guarenteed a feast of football.


by ger4444

This suburb is build along the Paseo Castellana. It is a modern business outskirt with little skyscrapers. It goes from the Nuevos Ministerios to the Palacio de Congresso. In the area you find also the stadium of Real Madrid. Azca counts dozens of shops, its really the walhalla for shopping. In the centre of Azca the pedestrian zone around Plaza Pablo Ruiz Picasso is a nice plaze to relax, sitting at the benches under the trees. The most striking building of the suburb is torre Europa and torre Picasso.


by nkdnatl

It's so hard to select just one "theme" for Chueca. This is such a vibrant, hot, fun, gay place! Stroll through the streets in this area (you can get there via the Chueca subway stop or taxi) during the day time and you can shop. But the best time to visit is at night when it comes alive.

Chueca is a working class barrio that is quickly being gentrified by gays (thank God!). There are many bars and discos here but one of the best things to do is to grab a chair and bistro table after midnight in the Plaza and just sit ogling the boys! Ok, it's not all boys but there are plenty! It's amazing how many people are there after midnight. We sat drinking until 3AM and the plaza remained full of people. There is so much life in that one, small bounces off the buildings and grabs you. Jeans or club wear...I saw all types of dress here. Didn't see shorts, though.


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