Hotel Santander

C/Echegaray 1, Madrid, Madrid, 28014, Spain
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Front of the Prado in 1964Front of the Prado in 1964

entrance of Parque del Oesteentrance of Parque del Oeste

What a great way to end the afternoon!What a great way to end the afternoon!

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TRANSPORTE

by 75Antonio

HOLA, ESTARE EN MADRID DEL MIE 26 AL 31 DE AGOSTO
TENGO QUE COMPRAR UN ABONO DE TRANSPORTE DEL 26 AL 30 Y EL 31 UN ABONO DEL DIA?
Y QUE ABONO ABARCA HASTA TOLEDO E INCLUYE EL AEROPUERTO?
GRACIAS

Re: TRANSPORTE

by marielexoteria

El abono de transporte turístico está disponible para 1, 2, 3, 5 y 7 días, o sea que probablemente necesites comprar 5 días+1 día. El aeropuerto Barajas está incluido en la zona A, no estoy segura de si Toledo está incluido en el abono para la zona T. Ahora bien, aquí te doy la información acerca del abono y te recomiendo que le mandes un mail a la gente del Metro de Madrid, que ya ellos te dirán.

The tourist card (abono transporte turístico) is available for 1, 2, 3, 5 and 7 days, so you probably will need to buy 5 days+1 day. Barajas airport is included in zone A, I'm not sure if Toledo is included in the pass for zone T. Here I post a link with the info about the pass and I'd recommend that you write the people from Metro de Madrid, they'll be able to tell you.

http://www.metromadrid.es/es/viaja_en_metro/tarifas/abonos/contenido02.html

Travel Tips for Madrid

Suggestions for Three Days In Madrid

by grandmaR

In addition to the Royal Tapestry Factory and the Royal Palace (their Armory is interesting) you might do the hop-on-hop-off bus early in the visit. This will give you an overview. I have not taken this bus, and have heard that some people don't like it, but it will get you around to various places.

If you have not planned to go to Toledo (photo 2), you should take one day to go there. And there are day trips to places like El Escorial and Segovia which are also possible, but if you were going to do one day trip, I'd recommend Toledo.

There are the Teleferico cable cars or you could take a guided tour of the Real Madrid stadium

You might plan to have lunch at the Parque del Retiro (photo 4) which has a boating lake and fountains. On Sunday’s you’ll also see Punch and Judy shows, tarot card readers and stalls selling candy floss.

If you are there on Sunday you must also go to El Rastro, the outdoor market (photo 5) Even if you don't care for art museums, you really have to look at the Prado. I particularly like looking at the Spanish artists, or the ones that painted in Spain (like El Greco). Goya has some very Goth stuff there. I also like looking at the Bruegel's even though he's not Spanish in the least. I think if you limit your time there and pick one area to go look at, a museum visit won't be too bad

I've always been sorry that I did not get to the Reina Sofia Museum where Picasso's Guernica is exhibited.

street signs in madrid.

by cachaseiro

like in most other countries madrid has named many of it's streets after people who are somehow part of the countrys history.
what is different in madrid is that there is always a picture of the person that the street is named after on the actual street sign.
it makes the street signs a whole lot more interesting for the rest of us and i find that it's a nice tribute to the people they named the street after.

Country Club

by luke850

This country club, set in 200 hectares of parkland, has been here since 1932. It offers some of the best facilities available in Madrid for various sports including tennis, golf, horse riding and more. The 36-hole golf course has nine par three holes and it's open to non-members, although you might think the green fees are expensive. You can hire all the necessary equipment and use the child-minder service, putting green, clubhouse or sign up for private lessons.

Santa cruz del Valle de los Caidos

by ger4444

This cross is build in memmory of the ones that died in the civil war. its build on command of Franco. The cross is 150 meters high. in the near of the cross there are graves of some 40.000 fighters from both sides in the civil war. you can go by elevator to the arms of the cross to have a view over the beutifull landscape.

REVELATION

by AntonioCoelho about Bohemian Night´s

FRIDAY-PORATS DO SOL AT 00h WITH A WINE BOTTLE IN YOUR HAND, AFTER THAT GO TO O´NEILS BAR AND FINISH THE NIGHT IN BLACK JACK. THER ARE IN THE SAME AVENUE. YOU CAN GO WALK FROM GRAN VIA TO PORTAS DO SOL AND TO BLACK JACK.

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 Hotel Santander

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Address: C/Echegaray 1, Madrid, Madrid, 28014, Spain