RC Miguel Angel

Plaza de Celenque no 1, 4 Izq, Madrid, 28013, Spain
RC Miguel Angel
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Transportation from the airport...

by Susumarie

Along the lines of taxis, is that the best option for getting from the airport into town -- we are staying at the Hotel Carlton, Paseo Delicias -- would there be a cheaper way that would still make sense? Or just settle for the taxi?

Re: Transportation from the airport...

by qaminari

It depends really on how much luggage you have: if you have a lot and especially if you are more than one, it is always easier to take a taxi, which will take minimum 30 minutes, depending on time of arrival and cost about €36.
However, you can also go by metro, the nearest metro station to your hotel is Atocha/Atocha-RENFE. Which means that you could also change at Nuevos Ministerios from metro to suburban railway (Cercanias), if you can manage the ticket machines (separate tickets for metro and railway). Otherwise, just take the metro from the airport to Mar de Cristal (line 8) then to Pinar de Chamartin (line 4) and then to Atocha Renfe (line 1), which should take from 50 minutes to an hour. I think cost is €2 but not sure whether this is current price.
There are alternative routes, e.g. Aeropuerto to Nuevos Ministerios (line 8)
then to Tribunal (line 5) then to Atacho Renfe (line 1); but I think the walk at Nuevos Ministerios is a bit long, if you have luggage.

Re: Transportation from the airport...

by unaS

Ther eis an excellent interactive Barcelona map here:
http://www.bcn.es/cgi-guia/guiamap4/cgi-guia/?actives=&plant=capes4c&idioma=0&calle=Plaza+Catalunya&numero=&calle2=

I used it to find my way from the train station, to the local metro stop and from there how to walk to my hotel.

Re: Transportation from the airport...

by unaS

What I meant to add LOL - is that if you google Madrid Map, you will get the same type of map for Madrid.

Travel Tips for Madrid

Parque del Retiro

by VZ-Pam

There are many signs for Monuments around the city and interesting street sign in tiles...Parque del Retiro is one BIG park that people cannot miss but I found this sign very interesting. It has the name of the park in English & Japanese.

Local protest

by rexvaughan

The ladies in the photo are demonstrating against domestic violence. That much I was able to understand. Several are holding placards with a young lady's picture on it which makes me assume that she was a recent victim and probably was killed. It is sad to encounter such reminders that there is cruelty everywhere but good to see that the local ladies are not sitting still. They completely blocked traffic in the Puerta del Sol but there seemed to be no move on the part of police to disband them

Real Madrid match

by alfredop

During this visit I only stayed for a weekend and we were lucky enough to find tickets for a Real Madrid vs. Racing de Santander match. This was Real's first match after playing with Manchtester United for the UEFA 1999 Championship.

This match was a different experience as I have only been on matches in Mexico and the environment is different. In Mexico it is more like a party and in Spain like a ritual.

Museo de la Ciudad (Museum of the City)

by Redang

An interesting journey through the history of Madrid. There are very beautiful models to scale, and for free!

* Address:
Príncipe de Vergara, 140

* Metro: Cruz del Rayo (line 9).
* Bus: 1, 9, 29, 52 and 73.

1) Randall's on Wednesday &...

by bonmse

1) Randall's on Wednesday & Thursday nites for the Salsa lessons starting around 2230.

2) Azucar or Comercial Cubana on Friday nites after 0030.

3) But for bailes de salon on tuesdays (class at 2230).

The picture to the left was taken at Comercial Cubana. While I was having fun dancing merengue with this beautiful English lady, the guy with the drink was having fun checking her out!
Unlike Los Angeles, the Madrid clubs come to life well past midnight. Normally, from 10 pm to 11:30 pm is when people eat dinner. Then they head out about town (the movies, theater, tapas, dance clubs, flamenco bars, etc...). Literally, the party does not stop until the sun comes up. Except for the lugares pijos (uppity clubs) the dress code is casual. The first night out I wore my least impressive outfit for a night at any one of L.A.'s salsa clubs and I was easily overdressed. It's quite common to see chicos y chicas dressed with jeans, t-shirts and sneakers at clubs (in L.A. the doorman wouldn't let you past the door).

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