Hostal del Pez Azul

Pez, 9, Madrid, 28004, Spain
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February weather and bullfighting

by jn1963

Dear everyone,

Great forum! We'll be in Madrid from February 14-18. What will the weather be like? I'm hearing around 40s and 50s? Do the days tend to be drizzly, snowy, or clear and sunny?

No bullfighting during this time of year, correct?



Re: February weather and bullfighting

by leics

It's impossible to predict weather with absolute certainty, but the BBC is a pretty good guide to what you might expect:

Re: February weather and bullfighting

by ricky52

Trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local on the day variations.
This information should be used as a guide only.
Here is the average weather for Madrid for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

High 53f / 12c
Low 33f / 1c
Rain 1.75in / 44.5mm
Sun % 21

Re: February weather and bullfighting

by Belsaita

Apart of what the statistics say (good answers above), here the answer from someone how was living in Madrid for a while: February in Madrid tends to be cold, but bearable.
How cold?? not freezing, rarely temps drop below zero (can happen at night) and when sunny, you can feel really warm at midday. Its usually very dry.... but in may rain. No one knows really, weather one day may be totally different one given day than 2 days after. But you have more chances of sun. Very rarely snows in Madrid city (once every many years, maybe a few hours and it does not set). Be prepared to wear in layers

Re: February weather and bullfighting

by footstool

Hi! We plan to be in Madrid in February for 3 or 4 days. We'd like to stay in a hotel that is not in a touristy area, not very noisy area, yet not in a faraway suburb. We like to stay and eat where the locals eat. Is there a residential neighborhood which may still have a hotel or 2? Thanks.

Re: February weather and bullfighting

by Belsaita

I was living in Argüelles area (right next to Metro stop "Argüelles"), it's just 20 min walking to Plaza España, and 10-20 by metro to any other area of interest... but surprisingly authentic and still not touristy (some tourists now and then, but as there is no obvious attractions, most visitors never see this area). It's a great area for dinning and shopping too. Anywhere not far from the metro stops of Argüelles and Bilbao, streets Princesa, Alberto Aguilera... is a perfect area to stay IMHO, without having to stay in a suburb. And it's very close to Parque del Oeste as well, my fav park in Madrid (Templo de Debod and the best sunsets in town)

Nowadays, when I've to go to Madrid on business trips, I try to stay in this hotel (is a block away of my old flat):
No idea if it fits your budget, but there are more hotels in the area, both cheaper or more expensive

Re: February weather and bullfighting

by footstool

Belsaita and Pedmar, thanks for your valuable info!

Re: February weather and bullfighting

by Belsaita

Hi pedmar! maybe it has dramatically changed over the last 6 months... well, I've to go in a few weeks, I'd check, and I really hope is not so bad :)

footstool, you're most welcome. Have a great trip

Travel Tips for Madrid

Visitas Guiadas (Guided Tours)

by Redang

If you want to know more about Madrid, there are many guided tours, and some of them are dramatised.

* Languages: Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese.

* Departing point: Normally (check before), from the Madrid Tourist Centre (Plaza Mayor, 27). Metro: Sol (lines 1, 2 and 3).

* Tel.: (+34) 91 588 29 06

- Descubre Madrid (different languages)

* E mail:

Most of the natives dress in...

by janea13

Most of the natives dress in dark colored clothing and they wear leather dress shoes. If you want to stand out as a tourist, wear your sneakers, jeans and a sweatshirt. But if you want to blend in wear black pants, leather boots, and a dress/casual top.

Neighborhood parks

by vanessadb

Madrid is full of beautiful parks, other than the renown Retiro. Every neighborhood has one or several parks, which turn into the social center during late afternoon/early evening; all the neighbours, young and old come to socialize, play, chat, etc...

I would definitely recommend a visit at one of the many parks to have a taste of the madrilean family lifestyle, as well as to rest and enjoy their peaceful beauty.

This picture is of the Parque Eva Peron on Francisco Silvela street in the Salamanca neighborhood. Only one brave old man had ventured in the 40 degree (celsius) afternoon heat, except for me me of course, due to the early afternoon heat....

Peurta Del Sol

by jamiesno

If you are going to shop I suggest you use the Peurta Del Sol as your starting point. You can use this location as a meeting point and basically go in all directions. There is shopping everywhere including the El Corte Ingles. There is everything in this area at every price and the atmosphere is great in the area.

It is basically the center of Madrid where everything is happening. As you can see in my other Madrid tips, the center of Spain is actually here in Peurta Del Sol!!!


by parsix about Flamenco

I had seen Flamenco shows in other countries but not Spain, that is a crime. I almost went to one in Sevilla, but at the end it never happen. I had been reluctant of going to one in Madrid as I herd they where touristy oriented. (meaninf they are not real traditional)
On my last visit JoseL a VT member invited us to the oppening of a new "tablado" (that is wood, where they dance).

I must admit we all had a great time. For myself and Alexa it was the first time in Spain, for the rest of the crowd it was still very good.

Flamenco show's will usually play songs from different regions. Each region has a slightly different music and dance. Dancer will dress appropiatly for each song.


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Address: Pez, 9, Madrid, 28004, Spain