Hotels Aeropuerto de Madrid-Barajas Madrid
Madrid Barajas airport is Spain's largest and busiest airport and the fourth busiest in Europe. It is the home airport of the Spanish carrier Iberia which accounts for over half of all traffic through the airport.
The airport first opened for business in 1931 and has undergone many phases of building and expansion culminating in 2006 with the opening of Terminal 4 and 4S which were designed by award-winning architects Richard Rogers and Antonio Lamela. Terminal 4 is one of the largest airport terminal buildings in the world.
Terminal 4 is home to Iberia and the carriers of the Oneworld Alliance group including British Airways and American Airlines. The other three terminals cover all other carriers. The airport is linked to the centre of Madrid by the Madrid Metro, the EMT buses and taxis are also available.
Madrid Barjas won the accolade of 'Best Airport' in the 2008 Conde Nast Traveller Readers Awards.
Hotels Piscina Municipal Casa de Campo Madrid
La piscina del Lago se ubica en la Casa de Campo. Acceso en coche o metro (línea 10).
Dispone de varias piscinas de verano, zonas ajardinadas, cesped donde tomar el sol, puestos de comida, amplios vestuarios con duchas.
Entradas se compran en taquilla con diferentes precios según rango de edades.
Hotels Museo Nacional del Prado Madrid
The Prado National Museum or Museo del Prado, as it is known in Spanish, is a museum and art gallery located in Madrid. It houses one of the finest collections of art in Europe, including many pieces from the former Spanish Royal Collection. These include paintings from the 12th century through to the early part of the 19th century. In addition to its paintings it also houses coins, medals, sculptures, prints and drawings as well as many decorative objects and other works of art. In total there are over 1,300 paintings on display and over 700 sculptures. Many of the exhibits are from the Spanish Old Masters.
The Prado National Museum opened in 1819 within one of the city's grandest buildings. The building dates from 1785. It was taken into state ownership in 1868 and has remained so ever since. Today it is one of the most visited museums in Spain. Opening times and admission charges are available on the website.
Hotels Bus Turístico Madrid Madrid
Madrid Vision offers two tours round Madrid in open-top double-decker buses. One tour takes in “Modern Madrid” including the Picasso Tower and Bernabeu, and the other covers “Historical Madrid” including the Royal Palace, the Prado and the Puerta de Alcala.
Tours last about 75 minutes and are accompanied by a commentary in 8 languages. Tourists can buy one or two-day tickets and use the service freely in those periods, leaving or rejoining as they wish. The tour can be joined at any stop on the route. Timetables and prices are detailed on the website.
Hotels Estadio Santiago Bernabéu Madrid
The Bernabeu is one of those stadiums whose name is as famous as its host team. The stadium dates from 1947 although it only acquired its current name in 1955, from Santiago Bernabeu the then President of Real Madrid. In 1953 a third amphitheatre was added, the “gallinero” (henhouse) which gave it a steep-sided look. In the 50s and 60s it housed crowds of up to 120,000 although many were standing on terracing. Since the introduction of all-seater legislation the capacity is 75,000. It was modernised for the World Cup finals held in Spain in 1982 when the façade and access were modernised and a partial roof added.
Hotels Marisquería Tres Encinas Madrid
Tres Encinas seafood restaurant is a well-known seafood restaurant which has been offered good quality
and excellent service in Madrid since 1967, offering a wide range of services to both companies and
private individuals such as catering & take-away.
It is basically a unique seafood restaurant with a capacity of 226 customers and it usually receives
selective regular clients, such as famous businessmen and executive people from the surroundings.
Located in the heart of Madrid and close to most emblematic places of the city, such as the famous Gran
Via, Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, Plaza España, Plaza Cibeles, the Teatro Real, Palacio Real, Puerta de
Alcalá, Sabatini gardens and El Retiro Park. Tres Encinas Seafood Restaurant is one of the top attractive
places in the most popular and well-known neighbourhood of Madrid. The restaurant is specialized
primarily in fish and seafood delivered fresh every day. Furthermore, the restaurant offers the best quality
meat as well as extensive wine list accompany its exquisite cuisine. The restaurant also has an extended
bar in which customers are able to taste our gastronomic dishes as well as private dining rooms and a
multimedia room for holding business meetings.
The restaurant deals with an ideal place where a great variety of meetings are taken place in a great
atmosphere with a particular style carried out by the prestigious designers, turning the restaurant in a
place with a high level gastronomy experience and comfort for the customers. Moreover, the multimedia
room consists of modern and current technology equipment for business meetings and conferences. With
the strategic location of the restaurant in the center of Madrid, you can enjoy a pleasant fine dining and
can visit the most emblematic places in Madrid.
Specialized in daily fish and seafood
Also offers the best quality meat, paellas as well as a variety of wine.
Has an extended bar in which customers are able to taste our tapas and gastronomic dishes.
Open daily from 13:00h to 24:00h
Available companies & Group Menus
2 hours free parking in Las Descalzas y Tudescos
Well-equipped multimedia room
Closed to emblematic places
Easy access to public transportation
Bus: 75, 147 & 148
Metro: Callao, Sto. Domingo, Sol