Stad Madrid

Calle Barco 10, Madrid, 28004, Spain
Stad Madrid
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Satisfaction Excellent
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30%
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Average
38%
10
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  • Families50
  • Couples56
  • Solo77
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Taxi price in Madrid

by sihi

Hello,
does anybody know what is the price of taxi in Madrid? Prices of public transport in Madrid (bus, tram etc)

Thanks

Re: Taxi price in Madrid

by puerto_lover

Taxi fares for 2009 are listed here :

http://preview.tinyurl.com/cn9or7

Travel on the Metro is here:

http://www.metromadrid.es/en/viaja_en_metro/tarifas/index.html

For visitors also study the Madrid Card (including entry to attractions) and look at the Tourist Travel Pass :

http://www.madridcard.com/en/Inicio.aspx

Re: Taxi price in Madrid

by nomad7890

ha ha PuertoLover beat me to it - I had the same link:
http://www.metromadrid.es/en/index.html

Be careful when taking the metro from the airport to the city as there are *many* pickpockets, particularly where you switch from the airport train to whatever other tain you're taking.

Always wear one of those money belt/pouches - whatever is in a back pack is fair game. They tried me, and someone signaled that I was being robbed - no problem, there was nothing for them to get.

I must clarify this is not a problem intrinsic to Madrid, it's in any big city, but of course, you probably know that ;=)

Travel Tips for Madrid

It's time to rub elbows!

by Pinoy

During the intermission, socializing wasn't on my list. Not because I didn't have anything to say, but I felt inferior with my outfit. Men were in their tuxs and women in their gala dress. But hey! A little knowledge of Spanish became so handy. Of course, most of the spectators speak perfect English.

I learned that people in...

by tobeus

I learned that people in madrid want to chat with travelers.If someone asked you to come sit at there table they mean it . The first time this happened i was very quite and refused
The other people we were travleing with informed me that is seen as a insult.So i bergane to accept qhen asked and meet a number of great people.

Museo Sorolla.

by Maurizioago

This was the mansion of Joaquin Sorolla (painter 1863-1923). It is set on two floors and has two gardens and an annexe with a collection of ceramics. Inside there is a collection of his paintings; the rooms where he lived; his studio with colors, stained paintbrushes etc.

It was built between 1910 and 1911.

Address: Paseo del General Martinez Campos, 37. Metro; Rubèn Dario.

Check out the bright colours!

by cheapskate about Agatha Ruiz De La Prada

The picture should speak for itself... it's really chic.. the colours themselves can already lift your moods.

Agatha Ruiz De La Prada is one of the household names in Spain.. you probably see her stationery sold every.. Her clothes line for men, ladies and children are all carried in the El Cortes Ingles departmental stores.

I even got to meet and talk to Agatha in person. She's really really cool... totally friendly and no airs from her. Especially for those who love bright colours.. Very much different from the black and white norm. lip gloss and stationery costs about 2-20euros.. Clothes and bags costs about 20-150euros. This is a very rough gauge coz they have a wide range of items in the boutique.

JOY ESLAVA

by parsix

There is a place like this in every big city. A club were you will find all sort of characthers: from the obvious tourist than never found the not so obvious clubs, to the yupiest locals. Let's admit it, all of us have been in places like this for different circunstances. Like it or not.

Most of us arrivied the same night and as usual we wanted to devore Madrid. Monday night the options were limited. We just needed a place where we could get some drinks and music. And being at a walking distance from home, it was the best option.

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Address: Calle Barco 10, Madrid, 28004, Spain