Pereda

Calle Valverde, 1, 2nd Floor, Madrid, 28004, Spain
Hostal Pereda Hs
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Clubs and cool bars near Sol main square

by Rezasd

Hi everyone.

I am arriving in Madrid from San Diego cal on saturday morning may 9th.

I no one! Staying at a cool hostel two blocks from Sol main square.

Partying in madrid for two nghts before i head south of spain to the beaches.

1) Where are cool bars and clubs?

2) i SPEAK little or no spanish.. so would love to meet other tourists and party.

any tips would be great..

If u are ever in san diego let me know

Reza

Re: Clubs and cool bars near Sol main square

by Maurizioago

You should post an invitation to a VT meeting in the "events and meetings" section.

Ciao!

Re: Clubs and cool bars near Sol main square

by risse73

You're right in the heart of the action, so you won't have trouble finding bars/clubs around there. It's easy to meet others there because the international crowd is vibrant in that part of Madrid. I agree that you should post a VT meeting for your visit in Madrid. You may have a good turn-out and meet like-minded VTers. Good Luck & Enjoy Wonderful Madrid!

Re: Clubs and cool bars near Sol main square

by dino335

I suggest you check out Time Out Madrid. They have a website and an excellent guidebook. They update it every year.

http://www.timeout.com/travel/madrid

Re: Clubs and cool bars near Sol main square

by Roadquill

One of the biggest clubs is Kapital near Atocha. Six floors of dance music. About a 15-20 minute walk from Sol. calle Espoz y Mina just SE of Sol has many bars and good night life. Then you can walk S to Plaza de Santa Ana. Karl

Travel Tips for Madrid

"La Warner"

by Gaby_G

I had such a wonderfull time at this theme park! I went there at the end of october, the place was almost empty so I had the oportunity to ride all the atractions (also the water atractions... although the day was cold :) ) ....

My tips for the park...
1) Dont lose your time in "El hotel embrujado" line... the atraction is boooring and the line is criminal....
2) Try to have lunch before or after "lunch time"... You will have to wait in line the same as to ride an atraction... Also the food is REALLY expensive...
3) There are "fast passes" but you will have to pay for them... Ask at the entrance.

No tips

by IIGUANA

As you might have heard, people in Spain are quite relaxed. For that matter, going to a restaurant can be annoying if you're used to quick service. Watiers take hours to have your order and thousands of hours to bring your order which was... by the way.... not what you asked for. So relax. It's simply like that. Breath and order all over again. Probably once you taste the great food you'll forget about it.
Some waiters can be very annoying, and some can be very rude. And for that matter, nobody tips them, so do the same. Although it has been an excelent job, give out the tip to the waiter. And don't feel bad about not tipping. They're not expecting it either.

Ritz

by alcalacurro

The Ritz is one of the most elegant, aristocrat, and best gastronomic hotel in Madrid or in all Spain. Is situated in the Paseo del Prado in front of the Prado´s museum and near Cibeles´ fountain. If you want to eat there you have to be full dressed but since few years, directors have wanted the Ritz can be more reasonable and approchable for more people.
In my family, one time in the the year, always is Christmas (cause the decoration), we go to have chocolate or coffee to one of the best hotels in Madrid that´s why five or six years ago I had been there.
But last week my chamber group an me besides all our families and some of our best friends were there cause there was a charitable act. Protagonists were children in Honduras who don´t have enough to eat, to be educated and finally to live. The act started with the Pachelbel´s canon which was played by us besides other Beethoven and Haydn compositions which were played during the night, always by my chamber music group.
Furthermore, there were a choir and some words written by the directors and an old and lovely woman writer pleasantness with some appetizers.
All night was really wonderful.

Art Supplies

by Lorro about Artesania Chopo

Some people have asked where to get art supplies in Madrid. This place is a standard and right in the center so its easy to get to. Its right on Calle Huertas. Here you can get paper, pens, paint and lots of other stuff.

top class flamenco perfomance

by mindcrime about CAFÉ DE CHINITAS

There are a lot of places to see flamenco in Madrid. This one is the most famous and the performances here is top class.

If you want to eat you can go there from 21:00 but preffered to save the money for some tapa bars so I dont know about their cousine. The show usually starts at 22:30 and lasts til 01:30 with a small break. Some of the dancers were amazing.

It’s better to make a reservation because there are always locals and tourists inside. Café de Chinitas is closed on Sundays.

Oh yes, the sangria was great! ;)

The place is amazing itself, situated in an old palace and we standing for a while at the entrance looking at the decoration and the old furniture around. Then we went up to the first floor where the show takes place.

Here's my small video

Check the interior at the virtual tour of their site:
http://buscadorvirtual.com/Rig.aspx?IdRIG=34

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Address: Calle Valverde, 1, 2nd Floor, Madrid, 28004, Spain