Hostal Bergantin

Calle Victoria, 1, Madrid, 28012, Spain
THC Bergantin Hostel
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time from hotel to Chamartin station

by Savl1

Can anybody help me? My hotel will be near (3 min.) metro SOL and my train to Avila from Chamartin station is at 8.45. When I should go from hotel ?

Re: time from hotel to Chamartin station

by gildapaolina

You have to consider about 25 minutes to reach Chamartin station by underground. Just take the blue line (n.1) from Sol, direction Pinar de Chamartin.
See also (only in spanish, sorry) for any other infos about timetables and lines. To calculate your itinerary simply click on 'Trayecto Recomendado' button, then go on the right of panel and click 'Comenzar' button. Insert Sol and Chamartin stations and a departure hour, and you'll get your itinerary and estimated travel time.
Hope it helps!


Re: time from hotel to Chamartin station

by Savl1

gildapaolina,thank you for site! But when I go to then click on 'Trayecto Recomendado' - I don't see 'Comenzar' button...Excuse me, where is it ?

Re: time from hotel to Chamartin station

by gildapaolina

Sorry, you're right! On 'trayecto recomendado' page, click on 'CONSULTAR TRAYECTO EN FORMATO FLASH': a new window will open. So look on the right on the top of the new page, and you'll find 'calculo del trayecto' and 'comenzar' button...
It might be all ok, now :)

Re: time from hotel to Chamartin station

by Savl1

thank you! Now it is OK! Very interesting programm:)
Can I trust it? Are the intervals between station really such short (12 stations for 20 minutes)? In Moscow they are 2.5-3 minutes from one station to another next (in average)

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Melting pot

by DanielF

Most of Madrileños are first or second generation and very few can claim to have their roots in the city. Despite the lack of roots in the majority of its inhabitants, Madrid has a strong personality, which is precisely the result of the merging of people arrived from all four corners of Spain and, in these days, the entire world.

This mix of people has resulted in an openhearted and welcoming attitude that makes that nobody feels stranger in Madrid.

Since most newly arrived Madrileños immediately felt they belonged to the city, Madrid has not had "communities" or distinctly regional or ethnic neighborhoods. A Basque taverna next door to a Galician grocery store is the most common of the things. This phenomenon has only started recently, when people are arriving from further and further away.

La Marcha Madrileña

by vanessadb

Madrid is pretty famous for its marcha: going out is usually referred to as 'salir de marcha' (going out marching is the best litteral translation I can come up with) because Madrileños typically prefer to have a single drink in a bar before moving on to the next (and the next, and the next...).

Add to the nearly unlimited possibilities of bars, terraces and clubs, the fact that there are thousands of people in the streets, that it is possible to witness a traffic jam at 4am, and that there is ALWAYS a next place to go to no matter the time, and it's easy to see why Madrid is the undisputed champion of European nightlife! There seems to be an unwritten law that forbids you to go to sleep before dawn...

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by aeroarce

It is an Egyptian temple set on a park near Plaza de España. It was given to Spain on the 60's as a gift from the egyptian state for the help on building the Asswan's Damm in the Nile. The government decided to place it and build a park over the rests of the Cuartel de la Montaña, a Republican fort at the Spanish civil War.

El Corte Ingles

by Carmela71

What can I say!

Since I was a child I have seen myself here lol

You can buy anything you want, and you can afford lol Just seen a nice living room that I can not afford for my new apartment lol ... (well I can not afford much if I keep on travelling hehehehe) Now serious...

Most of the Spanish cities have one.

Their Christmas decoration are very typical .. and always change thorough the years... This one is in Calle Goya, where you can find shops as ZARA, MANGO and one of my favourites H&M ... specially for men... for women i prefer the H&M close to the tube Nuevos Ministerios.

Anyway now is sales.... go run!!!!!

El Corte Ingles also runs other stores as Sfera, Open Cor and Hipercor

Cafe during the day, Club at night, Bar all day...

by virtualpatrick about Ducados Cafe

During the daytime, this is a trendy looking cafe and bar. But at night (after 10pm), the downstairs transforms from a lounge-ish area to a dance area.

The website as of Feb 2007 is down but below I've linked to an archive of the website from last year so you can get a feel of the place.


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 Hostal Bergantin

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Address: Calle Victoria, 1, Madrid, 28012, Spain