Hostal Sudamericano

Paseo del Prado, 12, 6th Floor, Madrid, Madrid, 28014, Spain
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From and to Parque Warner

by bmccruz


I'm going to Madrid just to visit Warner Parque this time, I've a early flight and then a late flight from Barajas on the same day.

I'm looking from some advices in how to reach and then return from Warner Parque to the Barajas Airport.

I thought of renting a car if there are any low cost car rentals in Madrid. I'm not going alone so that could even be cheaper then that metro and train.

Thank You

Re: From and to Parque Warner

by puerto_lover

I guess that you have already worked out the cost etc of using the Metro & Train.
Seems to me the best way to go. I think the cost of the Metro to Nuevos Ministerios is €4 return, and the Cercanias is €10. So that's 14 per head. Even if you are 4 in the party, I don't think you could get a rental for that price. more like €200 per day in my reckoning. The distance from the airport to Parque Warner is around 45 mins to one hour by car. Using Metro & Train you may possibly achieve it within 1 1/2 to 2 hours.

Re: From and to Parque Warner

by puerto_lover

I think the CERCANIAS line C3 goes through NUEVOS MINISTERIOS (starts at Chamartin) according to timetable and you need to change at PINTO for the branch line to Parque Warner station that is called Parque de Ocio.
I think all the information is here:

Re: From and to Parque Warner

by AsturArcadia

Buy an Abono Regional Turístico de Transportes in Barajas (tourism office, newspaper kiosk, or metro station). This will be valid on Metro de Madrid, RENFE and bus services - one day costs 5.20 euros per person within the metropolitan area of Madrid, 10.40 for the whole of the Comunidad Autónoma de Madrid, together with toledo and Guadalajara. Even for four people, still cheaper and less hassle than hiring a car, and the road traffic in and around Madrid is horrendous.

So is the pollution from exhaust fumes!

Travel Tips for Madrid

A Monumental City

by acemj

At every square, there is seemingly some sort of monument, statue or piece of art. This equestrian statue in the Puerta del Sol and you'll find many more by just strolling around the city. Incidentally, Puerta del Sol is considered "ground zero" for the entire country and you can find a marker in the square which indicates the spot from which all official distances are measured. It is also a hub for public transportation and shopping and a great central meeting spot to begin your exploration of the city.


by andal13

Probably most interesting typical custom is "ir de tapas". What does it mean? With friends (better) or alone, you go to a bar and have a drink; may be a "caña" (beer), a cup of wine, a cocktail or a soda. The drink comes with little dishes called "tapas" (olives, ham, peanuts, "tortilla"...) and some places are famous for their dishes, so you must go for one bar to the other!

Probablemente, la costumbre típica más interesante sea "ir de tapas". ¿Qué significa? Con amigos (mejor) o solo, vas a un bar y tomas algo; puede ser una "caña" (cerveza), una copa de vino, un cóctel o un refresco. La bebida viene con unos platitos llamados "tapas" (aceitunas, jamón, maníes, tortilla...) y algunos sitios son famosos por sus platos, por lo que debes ir de un bar a otro!


by el_ruso

If you have time I urge you to visit this place. It is about 30 min by bus from Madrid's Cuatro Caminos bus station, and buses leave every 30 min.

The castle is simply fantastic and looks like it belong in a fairy tale. Yet it is real and historic XV century stronghold. If you are in Spain you have to see at least one castle, and this one is among the best preserved and most beautiful. Also it is the closest castle to Madrid I believe.

The mountains behind it are awesome and add to the scenery.


by el_ruso about Fashion

Area North and East of Parque El Retiro is where the upper classes reside. It is called Salamanca. (Do not confuse with a city of the same name.)

There are many stores where your girlfriend or wife could buy stuff for a surprisingly reasonable price. Stores belong mainly to Spanish designers: Mango, Sfera, Berushka (or something close to that), and they are both fashionable and reasonably priced.

Alternatively, you can go to a department store. The main one is called Corte Ingles and its main store is located on Puerta del Sol square. But prices there are going to be a lot higher.


by LanaFromRiga about Flamenco

Flamenco started in Andalusia, but flamenco in Madrid is in high level dancing art too. Professional cante flameco with guitar sounds in the “Casa Patas” club (Calle de Canisares 10). Tablao reputation has “Café – de - Chinitas” (Calle Torija 7) where you can see flamenco dancing.


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 Hostal Sudamericano

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Address: Paseo del Prado, 12, 6th Floor, Madrid, Madrid, 28014, Spain