Ibis Budget Madrid Valentin Beato

Address: Calle Rufino Gonzalez 19, Madrid, Madrid, 28037, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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          Travel Blogs from Madrid

          Can this Cinderella get a ride&not glass slip

          A travel blog entry by kricow6861 on Oct 12, 2016

          14 photos

          After yesterday's art museum I was really looking forward to going to another one, because i had learned so much! Needless to say i was just lost the whole time... We didn't have a guide with us to explain the so called art. What i mean by that is modern art to me isn't art, especially after yesterday's experience. Plus the statue outside look like …

          The Most Tiring Walk Ever.

          A travel blog entry by kricow6861 on Oct 11, 2016

          11 photos

          We finaly arrive in Madrid, Spain and met our wonderful guide Daniel at the airport and as we head to the bus. We all piled onto the the bus and headed towards our hotel. I was looking so forward to sleeping on a bed! We got there and got our room keys and was told we had 20 minutes to rest and off we go... WHAT????
          Off we went walk to the meto and went to

          15,000 steps around the city square

          A travel blog entry by grinsell on Oct 11, 2016

          14 comments, 8 photos

          Sunrises late above the Madrid skyline. We have arrived at the beginning of a national holiday. There is a sleepy but excited feel the city. Madrid is a city of contrast. I am struck by the seeming homogenous nature of the buildings in certain areas. The older areas reflect the late medieval and early Renaissance architecture that is so abundant …

          Spain Part 3: Madrid y Adiós a España y Europa

          A travel blog entry by joshchristine on Sep 02, 2015

          6 comments, 11 photos

          ... Madrid and one from London). I suppose it first planted the seeds for a trip like this so it is rather well suited to be our final European city on this trip.

          Coming to Madrid, our Blablacar dropped us off in the town of Parla which was a bit of an eyesore and looked like it must have been created during mass construction in the Franco era - not somewhere we wanted to stay long so we jumped on to the train and came to Madrid proper and our ...

          Madrid on a Sunday

          A travel blog entry by galgano47 on Apr 26, 2015

          12 photos

          ... of the rain. It was full inside, and a couple of ladies who pushed past us to get in, turned and left. If they had waited, they would have been told that there was an upstairs dining room.