Things to Do in Madrid de las Austrias

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Things to Do in Madrid de las Austrias: Plaza Mayor

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What is Plaza Mayor?

Where is Plaza Mayor?

Metro: Sol and Opera.

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There is a coin and stamp market on Sunday mornings. Read more about Madrid Flea Markets.

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El Botin

El Botin
El Botin

What is El Botin?

Where is El Botin?

Metro: Opera, Sol or La Latina.

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Madrid Cathedral

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What is Madrid Cathedral?

Where is Madrid Cathedral?

Metro: Opera or Plaza de España

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Useful Information About Madrid Cathedral

The cathedral is open 10am to 7.30pm. Mass is scheduled for 7pm daily, as well as at 10.30am and 12noon on Sundays. Confession is held in Spanish, English, German and Italian, from 11.30am to 12:45pm and from 5pm to 7pm.

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Plaza Oriente

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What is Plaza Oriente?

Where is Plaza Oriente?

Metro: Opera or Plaza de España.

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Madrid Royal Palace

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What is Madrid Royal Palace?

Entry to the Madrid Royal Palace is free with the Madrid Card. Read more here: Madrid Card

Where is Madrid Royal Palace?

Metro: Opera or Plaza de España

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Art by such Spanish staples as Velazquez and Goya are on display in the palace.

The cost of entry to the Royal Palace depends on which part you'd like to visit, with prices ranging from 2€ to 11€. Free entry on Wednesdays.

Opening times:
Oct - Mar 9.30am - 5pm, (Sundays only until 2pm).
Apr- Sep 9am - 6pm (Sundays 9.30am to 3pm).

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El Flamenco Vive

El Flamenco Vive

What is El Flamenco Vive?

Where is El Flamenco Vive?

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San Gines Chocolateria

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What is San Gines Chocolateria?

Where is San Gines Chocolateria?

Useful Information About San Gines Chocolateria?

Metro: Sol

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Casa da las Torrijas

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What is Casa da las Torrijas?

Where is Casa da las Torrijas?

Metro: Sol

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La Muralla Arabe

La Muralla Arabe
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What is La Muralla Arabe?

Where is La Muralla Arabe?

Metro: Opera

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Hammam Al Andalus Turkish Baths, Madrid

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What is Hammam Al Andalus?

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Where is Hammam Al Andalus?

Metro: Sol

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