Hostal Rivera

Calle Atocha 79, Madrid, Madrid, 28012, Spain
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Transfer at Madrid airport.

by goldenm

I will be arriving in Madrid airport (T4) and transferring to an Iberia flight to Tenerife. Is it necessary for me to pass through border control or can I go directly to the gate of the Iberia flight which leaves from the same terminal?


Re: Transfer at Madrid airport.

by Redang

Yes due to you are from Israel

Re: Transfer at Madrid airport.

by Redang

Or you come from Israel rather

Re: Transfer at Madrid airport.

by puerto_lover

I think you have to enter Spain upon arrival i.e. go through passport control, in order to take your internal Spanish flight. The baggage may be routed through by Iberia. Terminal 4 is very large. Also two separate buildings joined by a shuttle although I think all Iberia flights leave from the main building. Best to check with Iberia airline at departure airport.

Re: Transfer at Madrid airport.

by unaS

Flights from Israel land in T4S.

If the flight to Tenerife leaves from T4 you have to take the metro shuttle from T4S to T4.

To go from T4S to T4 and on the shuttle means going through immigration first.

Travel Tips for Madrid


by Chus69

Here I'm working hard helping Mattias & Charlotta to take some cups of wine on their visit to Madrid, last November. They come to Spain in a four-days trip, and I had to convince them to go back to Göteborg... They love Spain more than any other place in the world!!!
So... If you are planning to go to Madrid, for sure, I will not repeat the experience with you. Only one time in life and no more!!! If you know these persons, or if you have friends like these, I recommend you not to invite them to your home. A disaster happened when Mattias dropped a cup of wine on the table and I don't want remember this again!!


by Jefie

Some bars and cafes in Madrid organize "intercambios", a night on which people can speak Spanish and English. It really doesn't matter what your level is in either of the two languages, the idea is to practice, have fun, and meet new people! These intercambios seem to be pretty popular with the locals, but also with tourists and foreigners who happen to be living in Madrid for a while - I even met my first (and last!) fellow Canadian at one of these intercambios!

J&J Books and Coffee as well as Cafe Madrid (No. 6, Calle Mesón de Paños, Metro Opera) both have intercambio nights on Wednesdays. The one at Cafe Madrid is very popular, so popular in fact that I found the place to be a bit too crowded for my taste (I did however meet some really nice people!). J&J Books and Coffee offers a more cozy atmosphere, and as a bonus there's a book shop in the basement where you can find second-hand English books at a really good price. It's definitely worth giving it a try!

J&J Books and Coffee is located at No. 47, calle Espiritu Santo, near the Noviciado metro station. The intercambios start at around 9:00 pm.

Go Soccer Crazy!

by cheapskate

Hailed as the most expensive football club and with all the world's best footballers like zidane, figo, beckham, roberto carlos and ronaldo.. This is not an experience to be missed especially if you're a soccer fanatic! Well... you don't really have to be a Real Madrid fan to enjoy a match too!

Don't let yourself go through El Viaducto...

by agarcia

Originally conceived as a convenient connection between the two hills of Madrid historic downtown, the viaduct of Segovia Street was quickly adopted by the local suicides as just the perfect place in where to accomplish their ultimate goals, so it was not at all uncommon to see people falling into the precipice of Segovia Street some decades ago. Luckily, the city council protected the viaduct with glass barrier, and thus making Segovia Street a much safer place for walking ;-)

The viaduct could be found as the prolongation of Bailen Street, near the Royal palace.

It's time for Flamenco

by cosmogypsy about Casa Patas

I really enjoyed this!!! I forget how I got this tip but a friend of mine who spent some time in Madrid was also given the same tip. Supposedly this is a place where people who perform Flamenco hang out.

You pay a cover and that gives you the show and a drink on the house. I recommend eating something before especially if you don't eat meat.

There is a menu so you can order Tapas during the show, but they were all with meat, so I couldn't eat anything until afterwards.

The show was great. Filled with passion! I can't wait to see another performance. It is a little formal inside. I wouldn't wear jeans, but a nice pair of pants would be appropriate. A jacket wouldnýt be necessary but would be ok.

Make a reservation so that you are assured seats. We had to wait until the next show because the early one was full.


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Address: Calle Atocha 79, Madrid, Madrid, 28012, Spain