HOW TO GET THERE
IN THE CENTRE OF MADRID, NEXT TO TRIBUNAL METRO STATION
WE ARE AWAITING YOU AT C/SAN VICENTE FERRER, 1 (ESQUINA C/FUENCARRAL, 79).
FROM MADRID BARAJAS AIRPORT (15 KM)
- METRO: LINE 8 (PINK) TO NUEVOS MINISTERIOS + LINE 10 (DARK BLUE) TO TRIBUNAL.
- TRAIN: LINE C1 TO RECOLETOS + 14 MINUTE WALK.
- TAXI: THE JOURNEY TAKES ABOUT 20-30 MIN. AND From any terminal, the tariff is fixed at 30€ including luggage. THERE IS A TAXI RANK OPPOSITE APARTHOTEL TRIBUNAL.
TO JUAN CARLOS I TRADE FAIR CENTRE (12 KM)
- METRO: AT TRIBUNAL, LINE 10 (DARK BLUE) TO NUEVOS MINISTERIOS + LINE 8 (PINK) TO CAMPO DE LAS NACIONES
- LINES 3, 21, 37, 40 AND 149. NIGHT BUSES: NC1 AND N22.
NEARBY PLACES OF INTEREST AND WALKING DISTANCES
- TRIBUNAL METRO STATION – 1 MIN.
- MADRID HISTORY MUSEUM – 1 MIN.
- GRAN VÍA – 9 MIN.
- THYSSEN MUSEUM – 17 MIN.
- REINA SOFÍA MUSEUM – 25 MIN.
- ALMUDENA CATHEDRAL – 20 MIN.
- BILBAO METRO STATION – 6 MIN.
- MUSEUM OF ROMANTICISM – 4 MIN.
- PUERTA DEL SOL – 12 MIN.
- PRADO MUSEUM – 25 MIN.
- TEMPLE OF DEBOD – 20 MIN.
- SAN MIGUEL MARKET – 20 MIN.
TRIBUNAL METRO STATION
Tribunal station is located 78 m from the hotel and is connected with Metro lines 1 (light blue) and 10 (dark blue). Tribunal is an area which is popular for tapas, with many terraces and bars. In addition, in the part adjacent to Plaza de España, there is a wide range of oriental style cuisine on offer (Mexican, Chinese, Indian, Turkish…).
BILBAO METRO STATION
Located at Glorieta de Bilbao square, it is connected with Metro lines 1 (light blue) and 4 (brown).
MADRID HISTORY MUSEUM
Situated on calle Fuencarral, in the building of the Royal Hospice of San Fernando, the Madrid History Museum, which was the old Municipal Museum, houses an interesting tour through the history of the capital of Spain since it was declared as such in the 16th century, including numerous pictorial, sculptural and decorative items.
MUSEUM OF ROMANTICISM
A walk through the art, history and cultural of Romanticism in Spain through an original collection consisting of drawings, lithography, fans, miniatures, etc. The museum is located at calle de San Mateo, 13.
MADRID’S GRAN VÍA
Known as Madrid’s Broadway, this iconic street is a must-see which no visitor to Madrid should miss. Along the Gran Vía, which starts at calle de Alcalá and finishes at Plaza de España, you’ll encounter a wide variety of clothes shops, restaurants, bars, theatres, bookshops and iconic buildings, such as the Metrópolis and the Palacio de la Prensa. Gran Vía Metro station is connected with Metro lines 1 (light blue) and 4 (brown).
PUERTA DEL SOL
This traditional square of Madrid is home to the so-called kilometre zero, the starting point for all the national roads radiating out from here, as well as the famous statue of the bear and the strawberry tree, a ymbol of the city par excellence. Other major sights are the equestrian statue of Carlos III and the casa del reloj (clock tower), from which the bells are rung to bring in the new year every 31 December. Sol station has links with Metro lines 1 (light blue), 2 (red) and 3 (yellow) and with train lines C3 and C4.
A famous Madrid art gallery whose permanent collection exhibits artistic works by international artists, dating from the 18th century to well into the 20th century. The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum is situated at Paseo del Prado, 8.
This is one of the most important museums in the world and is noted for its presence of European artists of international renown, such as Goya, Velázquez, Tiziano and Rubens, as well as other painting geniuses. It is situated at number 23 of calle Ruiz de Alarcón, within the so-called Triangle of Art.
REINA SOFIA MUSEUM
The National Museum Reina Sofía Centre of Art is the place recommended for enjoying jewels of 20th century and modern art, with artists such as Salvador Dalí and Pablo Picasso. It is situated at Calle de Santa Isabel, 52. The closest Metro station is Atocha (line 1, light blue).
TEMPLE OF DEBOD
Declared a Cultural and Historical Heritage Site, the Temple of Debod dates back 2200 years and was a gift from Egypt to Spain in thanks for having contributed to save the Nubian temples (in danger after the onstruction of the Aswan dam). The temple is situated at Plaza de España, next to Paseo del Pintor Rosales.
Built between the 19th and 20th centuries, it is a combination of neoclassical, neo-Gothic and neo-Romanesque features. It is the only cathedral in Spain to be consecrated by a Pope. It is situated next to the Royal Palace.
SAN MIGUEL MARKET
Situated in the square of the same name, next to Plaza Mayor, San Miguel Market offers you the opportunity to buy market produce, as well as enjoy traditional tapas with a wide and varied range of cuisine.