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Córdoba Private Guided Day Tour from Madrid
"Enjoy this private 8 hour tour with your guide and get to the historical city of Cordoba very comfortably in a fast train service. The tour will start off with a ride from Madrid's ATOCHA train station and then travel comfortably by fast train to your official tour guide will meet you at the train station and your private tour will start. Your tour is completely personalized to fit your own needs. The tour will be organized taking into account what you want. An example of what some of the Jewish quarter and Gothic architecture and roman remains.The tour will finish off at the same meeting point.""""Once you visit Madrid and have a day to spare you cannot miss on a visit to Cordoba. Embark on an amazing full-day excursion. Explore Cordoba’s Moorish monuments with your private tour guide and emerge yourself in the historical streets and admire the great architecture."title=Highlights&1=Private%2C+full-day+tour+to+Cordoba+from+Madrid&2=Ride+the+fast+train+with+a+guide+through+the+scenic+Andalusian+countryside&3=See+highlights+of+the+city%27s+UNESCO-listed+historic+center&4=Step+inside+Cardoba%27s+famous+cathedral+built
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Madrid Full Day by High Speed Train from different points in Spain
"Transfer by your own to the High Speed Railway Station to take the morning High Speed Train to Madrid. Arrival in Madrid. Free time to discover this magnificent city considered as one of the most beautiful in the world. We include an afternoon city tour at 15.00 h (meeting at 14.45 h) in our VPT Terminal at C/ Ferraz 3. The best tour to get acquainted with the city. During approximated 2:30 hours we’ll see the most important buildings avenues and squares to know the monuments and its history from the old Habsburg and Bourbons quarters to the present modern city: Gran Vía Plaza de España University
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Madrid Full Day Tour by High Speed Train from Valencia
"Transfer by your own to Valencia Railway Station to take the morning High Speed Train to Madrid. In Madrid you will have free time to discover this magnificent city considered as one of the most beautiful in the world. It is included an afternoon city tour at 15.00 h (meeting at 14.45 h) in the terminal. Enjoy visiting this amazing city during 2.30 hour where you will see the most important buildings avenues and squares to know the monuments and its history from the old Habsburg and Bourbons quarters to the present modern city: Gran Vía Plaza de España University Moncloa
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More Transportation in Madrid

Bus

If you plan to use the bus more often, buy a metrobuscard. ten rides. (around 5 euro). you can buy them at kiosks and sigarshops and the EMT at Sol. At the busstops the numbers of the busses and...
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ger4444
Jun 22, 2007

Sightseeing tour

Madrid Vision gives the whole year sightseeing tours on a red double decker. it starts at several places in town, but the main place to get upon the bus nis on Sol. there you can buy tickets. there...
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ger4444
Jun 22, 2007

Car

Most cartraffic touristic will come from France. Around Madrid there are two Circular highways, the M40 (outher) and M30 (inner). Going into the city use the inner one and leave at the exit of your...
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ger4444
Jun 22, 2007

By Car to Madrid: How far/how long...?

Distances (aprox.) from Madrid to:- Lisbon (Portugal): 630 kms.- Paris (France): 1.280 kms.- Amsterdam (Netherlands): 1.782 kms.- Rome (Italy): 1.968 kms.- Berlin (Germany): 2.005 kms.- Prague (Czech...
Redang
Mar 31, 2006

Online Maps

When trying to find where in Madrid something is located online and all I have is the address I go to this website.www.qdq.comIt gives you a photo of the building at that address and a map which shows...
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Lorro
Jan 28, 2006

Car Rental

If possible, I would recommend not driving around Madrid at all.. especially, if like us, you couldn't read Spanish. The entire process of getting the car... walking down a dark garage. It just all...
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xstacey
Jan 08, 2006
 
 
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Madrid to Sevilla AVE train

The AVE train promises to get you to Seville from Madrid in 2 hrs 10 min or your money back. I didn't truly appreciate this until I got on the RENFE from Seville to Granada (4 hrs), and then the TALGA...
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islaazul
Aug 10, 2005

Madrid Metro System

The Metro in Madrid is still the easiest and most efficient way of getting around the city. There are security guards and police at various stations and in the subway cars. The feeling of safety is...
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lilnation
Jun 03, 2005

Where will we meet?

Like in any city if you are going to separate you have to know where you are going to meet up with your friends again.In Madrid a lot of people meet at the "bear". This is a statue of a bear and tree...
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jamiesno
Nov 02, 2004

como conducir en madrid (3ªparte)

6)Peatones:Estos individuos son una molestia para los conductores madrileños. En caso de encontrar a alguno de estos singulares personajes, acelere y muéstrele quién es el jefe. En las intersecciones,...
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balihai69
Feb 18, 2004

como conducir en madrid (2ªparte)

4)Cambio de carril: Antes que nada, no importa lo que vaya a hacer: nunca encienda su intermitente, de lo contrario, estimulará la reacción del otro conductor (vea 'Intermitente'). Observe al...
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balihai69
Feb 18, 2004

como conducir en madrid (1ªparte)

> El manual madrileño de conductores dice:1)Saludar:Para saludar a un conductor madrileño, baje lentamente su ventana y, contono grave y fuerte, pronuncie: tu puta madre!!!. Pueden incluirse,al...
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balihai69
Feb 18, 2004

REGIONAL BUSES

This year our group was quite extensive. Sometimes when on road trips is best to go by car as you can stop in the way. But for our day out skiing we decided to take the bus. We were trying to remember...
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parsix
Jan 14, 2004

UNUSUAL

When in Rome do like the Romans. Well, had never fancy a bike before. But I must admit it is quite practical when weather allows it. Especially in a city like Madrid when trafick can be hetic.
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parsix
Nov 26, 2003

Top Hotels in Madrid

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Calle de Orfila 6, Madrid, Madrid, 28010, Spain
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C/ Juan Perez Zuniga 20, Madrid, Madrid, 28027, Spain
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Cuesta de Santo Domingo 5 - 7, Madrid, Madrid, 28013, Spain
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Paseo de la Castellana 22, Madrid, 28046, Spain
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Gran Via 38, Madrid, Madrid, 28013, Spain
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Travesia de los Trujillos 3, Plaza de las Descalzas, Reales, Madrid, Madrid, 28013, Spain
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Top Things to Do in Madrid

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Prado Museum

El Prado should need no introduction - it is one of the most famous art museums in the world. It has the greatest collection of Spanish art anywhere. It features some of the greatest works by artists...
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Plaza Mayor

The Plaza Mayor is like a vast arena. The walls of the square are formed by great residential buildings, with hundreds of inward facing balconies all offering the perfect view. And what sights they...
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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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Retiro Park

This park wasn't designed for ordinary people - it was designed for Royalty. And it shows. The park is vast and magnificently ornamented. There are fountains, sculptures, a crystal palace and a...
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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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Bullfighting

Again, this is another tip that I am not quite sure where to put. This establishment could easily fit into restaurant, things to do or nightlife sections but as I did not eat there (other than the...
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Redang

"¡Bienvenido a Madrid!/Welcome to Madrid!"
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SirRichard

"Madrid is where I live"
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Jefie

"Madrid: My home for 3 fantastic weeks!"
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agarcia

"Home is where you're always from"
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ger4444

"WONDERFUL MADRID"
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