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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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Guided Walking Tour of Historical Madrid
"First you will visit the “Madrid de los Austrias” (Royal Habsburgs) the Plaza Mayor and cross the Arc of Cutlers which is one of the nine ports of the Plaza Mayor. You'll continue through the ancient winding streets around and will head towards the nearby Plaza de la Villa the core of the medieval Madrid. Here we will admire some of the oldest buildings in Madrid. Such buildings as the Casa de Cisneros Lujanes
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Madrid Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"Board the open-top double-decker bus at any of 37 stops around the city. Then hop on and off as you wish or remain aboard for the entire loop. The two routes interconnect so you can switch between them — your ticket is valid on both.Follow Route 1 (Blue Route) around historical Madrid with its grand royal buildings. Hop off at the Paseo del Prado to visit the magnificent Prado; disembark to explore the Royal Palac or sit back and admire the Belle Epoque buildings of the Gran Vía Madrid’s main thoroughfare.Switch to Route 2 (Green Route) to focus on 19th- and 20th-century Madrid. Delve into elegant Salamanca
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San Ginés Chocolateria

This place is great. It's a stone's throw from many of the popular discotecas and bars that line Calle Arenal and its side streetss(a main street in "downtown" Madrid). Open well into the early...
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Jun 15, 2006

San Ginés Chocolateria

Chocolate lovers: this is certainly your place!!! Located next to the Church of San Ginés, near to Puerta del Sol, just off c/Arenal. You will enjoy there “Chocolate con churros” (a cup of thick hot...
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Apr 02, 2005

San Ginés Chocolateria

Right across Plaza Mayor there is a short 2 block street named Los Coloreros which is full of restaurants, bars and chocolaterias. It is a very nice and charming area to dine out or go for a drink....
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Jul 04, 2004

San Ginés

Chocolatería San Ginés is an ancient typical chocolate house, where you can have a delicious hot chocolate and "churros"."San Ginés" es una antigua y típica chocolatería, en donde se puede disfrutar...
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Jul 15, 2003

Chocolatería San Ginés

If you star or finish your journey near to Puerta del Sol you can eat a "typical" spanish breakfast ( Hot chocolate con churros o porras) in San Gines You can drink or coffee or chocolate or milk and...
Apr 16, 2003
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Things to Do Near San Ginés Chocolateria

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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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Adventurous Appetites Tapas Tour

part two of my tapas tips with more pictures Spain Might once been an Empire who conquered a large part of the Earth, but today, The Spanish Conquistadors are in the form of Food as Spanish Cuisine...
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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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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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Getting to San Ginés Chocolateria


Pasadizo San Ginés, near to Puerta del Sol


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