Eurostars Madrid Tower

Address: Paseo de la Castellana, 259 B, Madrid, Madrid, 28046, Spain and Canary Islands | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Paseo de la Castellana area of Madrid, is near Bernabeu Stadium (Estadio Santiago Bernabeu), Plaza Mayor, Museo Tiflologico, and Teatro de Madrid.
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      Travel Blogs from Madrid

      Playing Hooky

      A travel blog entry by centraltimer on Sep 21, 2014

      15 photos

      ... we find each other when it was time to switch?

      Jon and I wandered across the old bridge in the village and ducked into a little church where he gave me some tips on my camera. We also caught up with Idoya and Bose when we walked past a very old cathedral. It was closed so we couldn't see the inside, but the stones on the outside were worn smooth from centuries. The bell tower had huge nests, and it took a lot ...

      Tourism. Good or Bad?

      A travel blog entry by jgrant40 on Jul 01, 2014

      ... due to Franco. After Franco’s death, José María Aznar greatly increased the tourism industry of Spain in the 1990’s, generating millions of jobs for the Spanish people. This industry has been steadily increasing in its importance to Spain, with Spain becoming the second most visited country after France in 2007.

      Barcelona is the city in Spain with the most visitors, and Madrid is the second most visited. Unfortunately I have ...

      En el centro!

      A travel blog entry by jimmcauliffe on Apr 14, 2014

      8 photos

      ... dawned sunny and WARM. It was already 20 degrees when Liz and I set off for a stroll to the Palacio Real (Royal Palace). We decided to save our 10 Euros and NOT go into the Palace (perhaps another day when we have more time), but instead wandered through the gardens just below the Palace (albeit finding a way in was tough! The Spanish seem to have the same attitude to signs as the Italians - in other words, if in doubt, forget the sign!).

      After a huge circuit ...

      Museuo del Romanticismo

      A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Dec 10, 2013

      2 comments, 36 photos

      ... if I can get away with every second day instead! Although, this shouldn't be much of a surprise as hygiene here really isn't too important. Every time I go to the toilet I get dirty looks for washing my hands - when they're the dirty ones! Literally no one does and I can't really ask why and google couldn't give me any answers- Google always works (usually)!

      Walking down to dinner, I got my finger stuck in between the door, handle ...

      La plaza del toros

      A travel blog entry by jbeggins on Jul 21, 2013

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... on Sundays to attend the Spanish bull fight. There were tons of people there! You could choose your seats in either the shade section or the sun section of the arena. The shaded seats were more expensive, so when we were there the sunny side was packed and the shaded seats were practically empty, haha. So we found our seats and it started raining! I had been in Spain for 6 weeks now and it hadn't rained once!! ...