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"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
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Catedral De La Almudena

National Cathedral of Spain. This is on the grounds of the Palacio Real. Construction began in 1879 but did not complete until 1993 with numerous events in Spanish history interrupting the...
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Jim_Eliason
Dec 18, 2016

Almudena Cathedral

Why did the capital of one of history's greatest Christian empires not have its own cathedral until 1993? Spain built plenty of cathedrals in new cities all across the Americas, yet Madrid had to wait...
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antistar
Dec 06, 2016

Santa María la Real de La Almudena

the main Cathedral of Madrid is the so called Santa María la Real de La Almudena (Almudena Cathedral), the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Madrid, while the Toledo Cathedral in nearby...
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machomikemd
Oct 04, 2016

Inside the Cathedral Almudena

In december 2011 I was lucky to meet the cardenal Rouco Varela and had a short conversation with him.The Cathedral is not old; it was built during the XIX and XX centuries and consecrated in 1993 by...
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jorgejuansanchez
Sep 16, 2014

Madrid's Cathedral

Madrid's Cathedral is right next to the Royal Palace. It is a wonderful building and it is possible to take an excellent photo of it from so many different parts of Madrid. Entry is by optional...
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IreneMcKay
Jun 23, 2013

Almudena Cathedral

This famous cathedral of Madrid is located just next to Royal Palace. The two buildings have some harmony thanks to late construction of the cathedral. You can combine the visit to the cathedral as...
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muratkorman
Dec 22, 2012

Almudena Cathedra

A first project for a cathedral in Madrid was drawn in 1623, but the construction really started in 1883, and is still unfinished (cloister finished in 1955 and façade in 1960). The cathedral was...
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BeChar
Apr 04, 2011

Located in the center of the city

The Cathedral of La Almudena is located in a nice area and it has great views, specially during the summer where you can sit or stroll around and watch the amazing sunsets.The style of this cathedral...
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tzuki
Jul 22, 2010

Impressive Almudena Cathedral

VT certainly is an educational experience for me when it comes to travelling! There I was, wandering around admiring the beauty of Almudena Cathedral, but I kept thinking that there was something...
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Bwana_Brown
Nov 15, 2009

Wow - what views! - Cathedral Dome

I am about as religious as my dog but I am really into Church architecture and music. Paintings and treasures I can take or leave. I had no intention of going to the Cathedral Museum until I realised...
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davidcross
Oct 29, 2009

Modern Cathedral

It´s Madrid´s cathedral which took more than 100 years to complete (it is finished in 1993). The cathedral is 104 m long and 76 m wide. The central dome has a diametar od 20 m. The interior of the...
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ruki
Oct 19, 2009

Cathedral Almudena

Construction on the Almudena Cathedral (or Cathedral de Santa Maria la Real de la Alumund) only began in 1879. even though the concept of building a new cathedral for Madrid was raised during the 16th...
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keeweechic
Sep 25, 2009
 
 
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Things to Do Near Almudena Cathedral

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Royal Palace

Like a phoenix from the flames, sometimes great fires can give a building the chance to be reborn, bigger and better than what came before. Before Madrid had its Royal Palace, there stood on this spot...
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Arab Wall

Next to the Cathedral you find rememnants of an Arab citywall dating back from the 9 th century. Its a 3 meter high wall build in flintstone materials and is situated in the parque of Emir Mohamed,...
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Plaza de Oriente

The Plaza de Oriente was built during the reign of Joseph Bonaparte with the aim to protect the Royal Palace against uprisings. The square is marked by the beautiful garden in the center, with plants...
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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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Jardines de Sabatini

We didnt have the chance to go inside, but we just saw it from the top from the palace. Attractive, shapely garden with stricktly sheared trees and bushes in a french style. The way a garden around a...
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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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Getting to Almudena Cathedral

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Calle de Bailén, 10, 28013 Madrid, Spain

Hours

  • Sunday 09:30 to 20:30
  • Monday 09:30 to 20:30
  • Tuesday 09:30 to 20:30
  • Wednesday 09:30 to 20:30
  • Thursday 09:30 to 20:30
  • Friday 09:30 to 20:30
  • Saturday 09:30 to 20:30

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