Galiano

Alcala Galiano 6, Madrid, Madrid, 28010, Spain
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Forum Posts

Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by 9tigers

I went to the web site, could not understand the words and I could not find a english version site.. not sure if I need to buy ticket or I can just visit the temple for free

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by unaS

It is an Egyptian Temple in the park (Parque de Rosales,).

See: http://www.travelinginspain.com/egypti.html
and
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temple_of_Debod

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by 9tigers

ty
worth to take a pic of the reflection

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by Redang

It's free

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by lostsooner55

I haven't been there , but you can find information in English at: (www.gomadrid.com/sights/templo-debod.html). There are also links to many other Madrid sites there. Gary

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by 9tigers

love it and it is close to opera or Plaza De Espana metro correct?

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by Redang

Plaza de España, although you can walk from Opera, crossing Plaza de Oriente enjoying the Royal Palace

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by lostsooner55

Two web links: (1) Madrid Card, which offers free transport and free admission to many Madrid sites, (www.gomadrid.com/activity/madridcard.html). (2) The hop on-hop off tour bus, which is free and visits many sites: (www.gomadrid.com/madrid-vision). As I said earlier, the gomadrid.com web site has many, many links. Gary

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by Belsaita

It used to be my fav area to watch the sunset when I was living in Madrid. Plan your visit to be around there at that time of the day.

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by 9tigers

ty for the tip love sunset shots

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by Roadquill

Yes, I kind of blew it off my first 4-5 trips to Madrid and then I decided to check it out. It is very cool. You can get some cool pics. It also has a sense of tranquillity in a busy city. Karl

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by unaS

<<(2) The hop on-hop off tour bus, which is free and visits many sites: >>

The hop on - hop off tour bus is free? Or only 'free' with the Madrid Card?

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by unaS

Thanks for that tip Belsaita. Will try to get there at sunset, as you suggest.

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by Belsaita

The entrance Temple of Debod is FREE (not much to see there anyway, but it's interesting if you have never seen an Egyptian temple)

the HoHo bus in Madrid of course is not free and it does NOT include free entrance to museums
http://www.madridvision.es/en/index.php

the Madrid Card includes transport (including the HoHo bus) and museums/sites entrance (but it's so expensive I doubt is worth it unless you are going to many museums... and giving you can visit some museums for free at certain days/hours)
http://www.madridvision.es/en/rutas.php?s=2#

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by unaS

Thanks again Belsaita. Yes, that was my impression too.

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by 9tigers

I am assuming maybe in ealy to mid april the sunset would be around 7PM or so..

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by Redang

Mid April, sunset is around 9pm or so (or 8pm)

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by Redang

Check: www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/city.html?n=141

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by Redang

For April 2010:

www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/astronomy.html?n=141&month=4&year=2010&obj=sun&afl=-11&day=1

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by Redang

21st April 2010:

- Sunrise: 7,28 am
- Sunset: 9 pm

This website is anazing!

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by 9tigers

did not realize the sunrise is that late and sunset that late
but good timing

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by Redang

Spanish Summer Time: From the last Sunday of March, to the last Sunday of October; daylight saving time

Re: Templo De Debod worth it to go?

by Redang

Weather:
- www.accuweather.com/world-index-forecast.asp?partner=accuweather&locCode=EUR|ES|SP013|Madrid|&u=1
- www.aemet.es/en/eltiempo/prediccion/localidades?l=28001
- www.worldweather.org/083/c00195.htm
- www.worldweather.org/083/c00195.htm

Travel Tips for Madrid

Internet

by paoseo

Here a little advice if you are searching an Internet point...there is one, Interpublic, open 9.00-24.00
It's in Carrera de San Jerònimo.18 1°
Tel/fax +34 91 523 1550
www.cyberinterpublic.com

PRICES
1/2h.=0,75 euro
1h.=1,20
5h.= 6,00+1/2h free
10h.=12,00+1h.free
20h.= 24,00 +2h.free
40h.= 48,00+5 h.free

Party in my University

by alcalacurro

The Education Faculty in Madrid has built a new building destinated to teach people who want to be teacher. As every time there are more and more persons who want to do this career, the Complutense University has ampliated their classes. The photo has been taken in the office with some of my friends there.

Rowing in Retiro

by SirRichard

If you feel like rowing in a little boat, you can come to the Retiro Park and enjoy a nice time here.
Go to the main pond (the one with the big horse statue), and head towards the yellow building with columns at the left. There you have a ticket box. It costs 3,80 euros for 45 minutes. Only 4 persons allowed per boat.

It's a perfect plan if you go with kids.

Plaza de toros de las ventas

by ger4444

this bull fighting arena is build in neo-mudejar style. dating from the twenties of the 20 th century. it has arches and decoration tiles. outside the arena there are two statues of bull fighters, as well as a museum with a lot of bullfighting memmorabilia.

Cine Callao

by keeweechic

The Cine Callo is found on the Gran Via along with other wonderful architecture along this strip. It was built in a Classical style between the years 1925 to 1927. Originally designed as a twin theatre. During the 1950’s/1960’s it was redesigned in more of an Art Deco style which was in keeping with that era. The cinema is open from Monday to Sunday 4.00pm – 10.30pm.

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