Hostal Maria Alcazar II

Calle Miguel Moya, 4, Madrid, 28004, Spain

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by alanisphoenix

Claro que hay, yo las deje uan vez que hice noche en Madrid. Te doy la informacion del aeropuerto.

En el aeropuerto existen tres consignas, la primera en el T1, la segunda en el T2 y la tercera en el T4. Todo equipaje depositado en consigna pasa un control de rayos X, para comprobar la no existencia de elementos u objetos peligrosos en su interior.

Precio por alquiler de taquilla: un día* o fracción, 3,83 € (taquilla grande y pequeña); de dos a quince días: taquilla grande, 4,92 €; taquilla pequeña 3,83 €. Almacén a partir del día quince: 1,97. Traslado al almacén: 39,34 €. Equipajes especiales, 4,78 €.

Existen taquillas específicamente diseñadas para depositar objetos de gran tamaño como bicicletas, tablas de surf, etc.

Para utilizar la consigna:

Solicite la llave al personal del mostrador. Deberá identificarse con su pasaporte o DNI.
Adquiera una ficha en la máquina expendedora (admite monedas y billetes).
Pase su equipaje por el escáner de seguridad.
Abra la taquilla girando la llave en la dirección indicada, introduzca su equipaje y cierre la puerta
Introduzca la ficha en la llave de la ranura y cierre con llave. Conserve la llave, es su garantía de depósito.
Teléfono de información: 902 404 704.

Información exclusiva sobre la consigna: 917 466 065 (T4) y 913 936 805 (T2).

* Día o fracción: 24 horas desde la hora de depósito. Se cobra por periodos de 24 horas.

Travel Tips for Madrid

Pick your own crisps!

by chrisdScotland

While making my way to the metro at La Latina, a few doors from the indoor market, I found a small shop selling crisps (home-made I presume) The lady was very nice, so were the crisps. I know the area itself isn't that salubrious but give the place a go if you find yourself passing the door.

They do it their own way

by ger4444

As if the Madrilenes make a game out of it, they really are eager to set themselves apart from the rest of West- and Central Europe as it comes to eating-bussiness. As for the morning, the Europeans have a normal breakfast like bread or porridge, yet, the Madrilenes only have a cup of coffee eventually going to gether by eating a coockey, buiscuit or little peace of cake. At 3 pm its dinner time: they then eat their hot meal whereas other European countries have that dinner at 6 pm. Then, at around 10 or 11 pm the madrilenes are hungry again so then they start having their tapas, t.i. a variation of small portions of delicatesses like anjovis, olives, cheese, salads, suasages etc. This goes on till early night as the tapa-bars cloose at 2 am. Therefor its easy to guess why the next day at morning they only have coffee in stead of a full breakfast

Real Madrid Hall of Fame

by SirRichard

In the stadium Santiago Bernabeu you can visit a little Hall of Fame of the Real Madrid soccer team, where they have all the trophies and many interesting photos.
The entrance is by Gate 3 of the stadium, in the Castellana side of it. Tuesdays to Fridays, 10 to 19. Entrance 4 euros.
By a next gate you can find the "Area Real madrid", the official store to buy Real Madrid products.


by ger4444

Segovia is situated upon a rock between the Eresma and Clamores River. The towns most impressive highlight is the Alcazar, a disney-like fairytale castle. its a reconstruction of the mideaval fortress. it has sevaral rooms decorated with wapons, paintings and furniture. in the squre formed tower you have a great view over the mountains. The second important monument is the 1 th century roman aquaduct. (Segovia wa in the roman area an important military town) The cathedral of Segovia is 16 th century and build in gothic style. build by Gil de Hontanon. it has an impressive altar. in the museum of the chaperroom there are brussels wallcarpets to see as well as paintings and statues)


by VictoriaM. about Joy Eslava

Joy Eslava. A massive, three-tiered disco with three bars, laser lights, and live dance shows. Music includes disco, techno, R&B, and salsa. Attracts a well-dressed crowd. Cover US $12. Open nightly 11:30 pm-5:30 am. well-dressed ppl.


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