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Paseo De La Florida is a nice street that we walked down on our visit to the magnificent Ermita De La San Antonio De La Florida ( Royal Chapel Of St Anthony Of La Florida ) which is the beautiful little church famous for its...More
This street from Puerta De San Vicente and eventually becomes Avenue De Valladolid. I'm not sure why our tour took this route, maybe to escape the traffic congestion although this street is also busy. There are buildings on either side, a shopping mall, Metro station,...More
It starts at " Glorieta de Principe Pio" which is near to Gardens of the Royal Palace entrance. On one side there are the shopping mall, the metro station, the suburb station which used to be called " Estacion del Norte" and the bus station...More
My husband and I stayed at the hotel for a few days. It was a miserable experience. The room in this "four starts" hotel was missing a shampoo, shower hats, reading lamps, a bar, information on Madrid, telephone directory, and probably many other things I...More
The Paseo de la Florida is a very busy Street. It is close to the Royal Palace and one place of tourist interest is the Ermita de San Antonio de la Florida, where Goya is buried and where he painted the ceiling.
This would be the aproximate translation. What is interesting is the river close by, the little church that has Goya's painting and grave, and also here i took a stop at Casa Mingo, very good bar and enjoyed a "cidre", alcoholic apple drink.