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Discover Madrid Guided City Tour With Ninebot Segway
"Meet your friendly guide in Central Madrid and start with a practice session to get familiar with your two-wheeled personal transporter. Only once you feel comfortable with the Ninebot ( Segway like self balancing scooter ) you will follow the team into the streets of the old part of the city.You will glide from Calle San Nicolas to the Lepanto garden and plaza Oriente where the famous equestrian statue of Philip IV on horseback stands adjacent to the Palacio Real. You will then go to the Plaza de la Catedral de Almudena that faces the Palacio Real. Then you will slide on the Viaducto Segovia before entering the typical old district of La Latina where you will admire the Iglesia de San the Iglesia de San Pedro the Palacio Arzobispal Palacio Del Cordon and the Basilica de San Miguel.From there you will reach the famous Plaza de la Villa
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iVenture Card Madrid
"iVenture Madrid Card is a Smart card that includes the main cultural and leisure options in addition dining in Madrid and nearby cities. You can choose between 3 5 or 7 activities from a list of 23. Moreover the Unlimited Pass let the opportunity to enter to all. Once you activate the card you have 7 consecutive days to see as much as you have selected before it expires.Included Attractions and Activities:Real Madrid Tour: “Skip the Line”  Entrance ticket. Atletico Madrid Tour: “Skip the Line” Entrance tic"""Explore Madrid independently with a Madrid Attraction Pass. For seven consecutive days
From EUR80.00
 
Private Tour: Madrid Walking Tour of Los Austrias
"Start your tour with a pickup from your centrally located Madrid hotel and start your walking tours of Los Austrias. Meet your private guide and learn about the area hearing how it’s referred to as Habsburg’s Madrid in reference to its majestic monuments built at the time of the Habsburg’s dynasty. Pass the Royal Palace of Madrid and hear tales of the Bourbon kings who once lived in this extravagant abode.Continue along Calle Mayor admiring elegant 17th-century palaces like Palacio de Abrantes and Palacio de Uceda and then stop for photos in front of Madrid’s oldest church – Iglesia de San Nicolás de los Servitas – that was built on the site of a mosque in the 12th century. See its striking bell tower (the only Moorish feature that remains) and then stroll back to Madrid’s trendy covered market that sprawls across Plaza de San Miguel and browse its gourmet food stores and bustling little bars. Hear tips from your guide for the best stalls to visit
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Very dissappointed!

I was excited to go to the Oldest restaurant in the world, yet disappointed with my experience. I ordered a steak dish and asked for it to be made well done. Instead, I got a steak that was very rare,...
Marinyc
Jan 20, 2012

The antique restaurand in the world

When I first ate at the Sobrino de Botin, I didn't know that it was the old restaurant in the world (Or so they say in Madrid). From the menu, try the Cordero Asado,Other good main dishes include...
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Danalia
Feb 06, 2011

Botin

Deemed the oldest restaurant in the world, and on every tourist book list of where to go, I was a bit apprehensive that the age old restaurant would have just turned out tourist fare. Not so, the...
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Roadquill
Aug 23, 2008

Botin

I WAS QUITE DISAPPOINTED W/bOTIN. I used to go many years ago and it was considered the top for classical panish dining in an old world atmosphere. We went in January and food was so bad that I was...
yamilaboricua
Jun 25, 2008

Botin

Officially called El Sobrino de Botín, this restaurant is considered Madrid's oldest. It's been open since 1725 in Old Madrid, close to Plaza Mayor. The restaurant is on multiple levels: the ground...
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MM212
Nov 28, 2007

Botin

This is the worlds oldest restaurant, dating back from 1725. it has an open kitchen with a heart and a oven for roasting. Everywere there are pots hanging. Goya had been dishwasher here and Hemmingway...
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ger4444
Jun 28, 2007

Botin, the oldest restaurant in the World

For excellent food in pleasant atmosphere, wander around Plaza Mayor and Arco de los Cuchilleros street, where you will hit upon dozens of restaurants. CASA BOTIN is the oldest in the world open...
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jorgejuansanchez
Aug 10, 2005

Botin

I had read beforehand that this was - according to the Guinness Book of Records - the oldest restaurant in the world, dating from 1725 and that Goya supposedly worked here before becoming a painter....
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LysDor
Mar 10, 2005

Botin

Oddly we went at lunchtime the restaraunt was busy and crowded. This just added to a great atmosphere. City types were obvioulsy dining with clients at some tables, while well off middle age women...
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stevehallam
Feb 21, 2005

Casa Botin

RESERVATIONS ARE A MUST!!!Known for it's roasted suckling pig and lamb, Casa Botin is also acknowledged by the Guinness Book of Records as being the earliest restaurant, opened in 1725.For you...
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mesoblonda
Mar 30, 2004

Botin

We were disappointed with our one visit to Botin. The decor was very basic, a nearby diner was smoking and the service was of the "rush you through as quickly as possible, we have people waiting"...
SGUK
Sep 21, 2003

Botin

Talk about historical ambience! According to the Guinness Book of Records, this is the oldest restaurant in the world dating from 1725. Hemingway loved it and unlike many of the other restaurants on...
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acemj
Jul 09, 2003
 
 
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Things to Do Near Botin

Things to Do

Basilica Pontificia de San Miguel

this church is build upon the rememnants of a roman church and is one of the few examples of the so called Bourbon-baroc. There are 4 religious statues to be seen head of the basilica depicting mercy,...
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Monasterio de las Descalzas Reale

This lovely monastery, built in the XVI century is full of treasures. Pictures are forbidden inside. You have to join a group, you are not allowed to visit it individually. A guide, speaking Spanish...
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Palacio Real

Every Wednesday at noon there is a changing of the guard ceremony every half hour from 11 to 2 pm. Located at the National Palace, in front of the Plaza del Oriente. This is a smaller ceremony...
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Teatro Real

Ruined by the building of the Madrid Metro in 1925, this great opera house was lost to the world until its rebuilding at the end of the 20th century. Again considered one of Europe's greatest...
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Mercado de San Miguel

A hubbub of Spanish cuisine and hungry tourists. The food is generally excellent, although the prices are higher than you might pay elsewhere. The location is impressive - an century old renovated...
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El Rastro

El Rastro is the famous open market of Madrid. You can find souvenirs, clothes, books, bags and more in this busy market. It actually felt like the open markets in Istanbul while we were wandering...
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Getting to Botin

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calle de los cuchillieros 17

Hours

  • Sunday 13:00 to 16:00
    20:00 to 00:00
  • Monday 13:00 to 16:00
    20:00 to 00:00
  • Tuesday 13:00 to 16:00
    20:00 to 00:00
  • Wednesday 13:00 to 16:00
    20:00 to 00:00
  • Thursday 13:00 to 16:00
    20:00 to 00:00
  • Friday 13:00 to 16:00
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  • Saturday 13:00 to 16:00
    20:00 to 00:00

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