Hostal Prim

Calle de Prim, 15, 2a planta, Madrid, 28004, Spain
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outlet mall advice



Is there any other outlet mall except ... is it worth to go? How are the prices?

Thanks in advance

Re: outlet mall advice

by Belsaita

There is a Factory outlet too very close to Las Rozas. Worth to go? Not for me, but I guess it depends on each own. When I was living in Madrid I uesed to go there now and then, but just to kill a Saturday morning. Not sure it's worth the time and transport costs, even less if you are in Madrid just a few days

There was a Mango outlet shop in calle Fuencarral, and a Zara outlet in calle Carretas, both in the very city centre. I hope these are still there, I've not been in Madrid for a while

Re: outlet mall advice


thanks alot..
do u know the address details_?

is there an outlet for CAMPER shoes??

Re: outlet mall advice

by Belsaita

I'm afraid can't remeber exact adresses
I never went to these outlet shops "on purpose", just saw them (and entered if I had the time) when going around
There was a Camper outlet at Factory. No idea if there are others elsewhere. There are many outlet-type shoes shops near Arguelles metro station (and it's a nice area for fashion shopping anyway) but can't remember any selling Camper (so I don't think there are... I LOVE Camper shoes)

Re: outlet mall advice

by Badger1492

If you look up these companies' websites, you'll probably be able to get address. Either that or Paginas Amarillas or some other such search engine. Dig a bit.

Travel Tips for Madrid

Divisas (Currency): Euro (€)

by Redang

As many of you know, this currency (Euro), is currently used in 15 European countries. The list, in alphabetical order, and the date of entry, is:

- Austria: 01.01.2002
- Belgium: 01.01.2002
- Cyprus: 01.01.2008
- Finland: 01.01.2002
- France: 01.01.2002
- Germany: 01.01.2002
- Greece: 01.01.2002
- Holland: 01.01.2002
- Ireland: 01.01.2002
- Italy: 01.01.2002
- Luxembourg: 01.01.2002
- Malta: 01.01.2008
- Portugal: 01.01.2002
- Slovenia: 01.01.2007
- Spain: 01.01.2002

New countries will join the Euro in the future such as Slovakia (as of 01.01.2009).

Do you need to know how much 1 € (Euro) is? Your "mouse" will tell you at once. 1 Euro is divided into 100 cents, and you will find:

Banknotes of:
- 5 euros
- 10 euros
- 20 euros
- 50 euros
- 100 euros
- 200 euros
- 500 euros

Coins of:
- 2 euros
- 1 euro
- 50 cents of euro
- 20 cents of euro
- 10 cents of euro
- 5 cents of euro
- 2 cents of euro
- 1 cent of euro

More information: European Central Bank (several languages).

Veranos de la Villa

by Redang

Every summer, the City Hall of Madrid organizes a series of events such as concerts of all kind of music, theatre or ballet, normally, in the open air. Very nice indeed.

This year, from 1 July to 24 August 2.008.

For other languages:

A day trip to Toledo

by Jefie

The beautiful historic city of Toledo is one of the most popular daytrip destinations for people visiting Madrid. It's located within an easy 1h train, bus or car ride, and it offers a fantastic medieval atmosphere that is completely different from the one you'll find in Madrid. Since Toledo was at the top of my "daytrip wishlist", I went there with my friend Luis during my first weekend in Spain. I spent a day walking around the city's charming narrow streets, taking in the beauty and history of "The Glory of Spain". For more information, check out my Toledo travel page!

Calle de Preciados, Calle del Carmen

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Casino Gran Madrid

by Redang

Do you like gambling? Here is your place!

Entrance requirements

In order to access the Gaming Rooms, you must first identify yourself at our Reception Desk. If you are a European Union citizen, you must show your valid ID card, driving licence or passport. If you are not a European Union citizen, the identity document required is your valid passport or your spanish residence card. In both cases, the documents must be original. Photocopies are not accepted. As a courtesy rule, Casino Gran Madrid has laid down certain general guidelines regarding the proper dress required to access the installations. From 14th October to 14th May, gentlemen are required to wear a jacket or blazer. A tie is not obligatory. In addition, entry is not allowed for those wearing sports clothes or footwear (shorts or similar, sneakers, sandals...)


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