Gran Versalles Hotel Madrid

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Covarrubias 4, Madrid, Madrid, 28010, Spain
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Costs 29% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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by ninay

Hi everyone,

Me and my friend are travelling to Madrid on 7th-9th Jan 2011.. any idea what would be the weather by that time? I've been to Barcelona last Oct and I was wandering how much would it cost us to purchase 10 trips tickets for the metro?

Many thanks!

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by 64novpt

Madrid is rather cold in winter, it can even snow there.
Check the metro ticket costs at, but it seems to me that probably what you area looking is something like this "Combinado 10 viajes" - valid for the all Madrid metro network (METROMADRID, ML1, METROSUR, METRONORTE, METROESTE, TFM AND METRO LIGERO OESTE)- 14,50€ or just for METROMADRID for 9€.

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by leics

Have a look at the Madrid climate averages to get a rough idea what to expect:

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by rkearns

i was there in jan. and it was cold enough to have to wear a pea coat over a sweater, with a beenie and a scarf.

Re: Madrid

by johnincornwall

Bloody cold most likely. End of story.

Re: Madrid

by Redang

Yes cold, period.

Regarding the ten trip ticket, right now, 9 €uros but it may be more espensive as of 1 January as every year the price is higher. It's valid for metro and bus.

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by ger4444

The Prado exibits the largest collection of Spanish paintings in the world. We can find Goya, Velazquez omongst them. The builing itself is neo-classistic and has been designed by Villaneuva, orered by king Carlos 3 th. The museum aslo collects paintings by flamish artisist such as Rubens. Highlights are: The Daughters of Zeus by Rubens, the sheppard's worship by El Grecco, Garden of Lust by Bosch, Naked Maja by Goya. there is so much teo be seen in the Prado, its amazing if you like art.

Plaza de Cibeles:The Fuente...

by Birsen

Plaza de Cibeles:The Fuente de Cibeles stand in the middle of the busy traffic island at the junction of the Paseo del Prado and the Calle de Alcala. This fine sculpted fountain is named after Cibele, the Greco-Roman goddess of nature, and shows her sitting in her chariot, drawn by a pair of lions. Designed in the late 18th century by Jose Hermosilla and Ventura Roodriguez, it is considered a symbol of Madrid.

The Zarzuela

by ger4444

this comic opera is named after the Palacio de la Zarzuela, the royal resident, and got performed in the 17 th century. it got very popular amongs the common people and got into the popular theaters. it devellopment in a open spectacle a mixture of opera and musical. the msot famous one is La Revoltosa, about life in the corralas.

The day I fell in love with Segovia

by Jefie

I decided to spend my very last day in Spain in the beautiful city of Segovia, and it turned out to be one of the best decisions I've ever made! First, because it made it possible to go with fellow VTer Cecile (CesVT), and we had an amazing time together; second, because it is such a lovely city, it would have been a real shame to leave Spain without seeing it; and third, because after spending a wonderful day soaking in the lively and yet very relaxing atmosphere of Segovia, I don't think I could have handled spending another week in busy & bustling Madrid!! So for a recap of this memorable daytrip, just check out my Segovia travel page!

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by SirRichard about Culture

This used bnooks market is located in "Cuesta de Moyano" street, between the Atocha Station and the Retiro Park.
Is open mostly on sunday mornings, but some stands are open on weekdays too. Here you can find books (most in spanish), magazines, posters, old engravures... Books from 1-2 euros


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Address: Covarrubias 4, Madrid, Madrid, 28010, Spain