Apartosuite Principe Pio

Address: Cuesta San Vicente 16, Madrid, Madrid, 28008, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cuesta San Vicente 16, Madrid, is near Plaza de Oriente, Almudena Cathedral, Cerralbo Museum, and Madsegs Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Madrid

Hola Espania

A travel blog entry by bjanke on Sep 22, 2014

7 comments, 4 photos

It has been over 20 hours since I left my home in Victoria. Three flights, one bus ride and over 10,000 kilometres later, I am finally enjoying a cold cerveza in Madrid.

The airport scale weighed my backpack at 14.8 lbs. It feels like more.

I have flown Air Transat for the last ten years ...

City Tour. Royal Palace & Mercado de San Migue

A travel blog entry by sealey on May 08, 2014

12 photos

Today was another busy day - with a 1/2 day city tour of Madrid followed by a visit to the Royal Palace. Madrid is a city of amazing history - with historical buildings and monuments on every corner. As part of the city tour we went to Plaza De Toros - the famous Madrid bullring. The Royal Palace was a highlight - unfortunately no photos can be taken inside - so just some of the outside. We had a fantastic guide for ...


A travel blog entry by paulausman on Apr 12, 2014

6 photos

... Then it was another Metro to Plaza de Espana, which was beautiful. That's when I realized the cultural difference between Canada and Spain. They invest in making their city beautiful, and the people here take advantage of it. Then it was a short walk to Palacio Real, which is HUGE (who needs that many bedrooms/bathrooms (ha ha), but it has the nicest view of the city as it is on a ledge. Then a short walk to Plaza Mayor ...

Madrid Part 2

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Mar 27, 2014

... sort of cool to see. There's a small room that is entirely covered in porcelain. The entire wall and ceilings is all porcelain. The wood floors are very intricate - two or three different colors of wood in complex patterns with very small pieces that just fit together amazingly. The palace didn't allow photography (although I may have sneaked in a photo or two), probably because of security reasons. Overall, I went in around 10:45 and left at ...

Day Twenty Seven: Hasta Luego, Sevilla

A travel blog entry by aneiger on Jun 22, 2013

... our things, and had a nice taxi ride to the air port where I spoke a good bit of Spanish with the driver. As frustrating as the language was for me to learn and speak, I remember being able to carry out that smooth conversation with him and feeling so proud of myself for being able to do just that: communicate a full-flegged conversation in another language. Never again will I really have to use the language like I did while studying abroad, but it will ...