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Very good, 8.0 Score from 179 reviews


Surrounded by beautiful gardens, this bed & breakfast is located in the very centre of Madrid, opposite to Almudena Cathedral and the Royal Palace. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi. More

Latest booking: 8 hours ago

Good, 7.5 Score from 59 reviews

Hostal Arrate

This simple guest house is located in Madrid’s Chamberi district, 350 metres from Islas Filipinas Metro Station. It offers bright rooms with free Wi-Fi, 15 minutes’ walk from Plaza España Square. More

Latest booking: 8 hours ago


RC Miguel Angel

RC Miguel Angel is just one street away from Puerta del Sol in central Madrid. This hostel has dorms with free Wi-Fi and a shared kitchen. More

Superb, 9.0 Score from 74 reviews

360 Hostel Centro

Located next to Puerta del Sol in Madrid, 360 Hostel Centro features shared dormitories with air conditioning and free lockers. It also offers free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception. There are 2 people looking at this hostel. More

Latest booking: 5 hours ago

Very good, 8.4 Score from 57 reviews

Living Mad Hostel

The Mad Hostel is a typical Madrid building 200 metres from Anton Martin Metro Station and 5 minutes' walk from Plaza Santa Ana. It has a gym and free Wi-Fi. More

Latest booking: 3 hours ago

A Weekend in Madrid


This is a short movie about Madrid, a traditional and at the same time modern city, the capital of Spain. There is no special idea behind this film; it does not pretend to provide any guidance or tips for tourists or show even its most well-known attractions. We like to explore places here we go on feet walking streets, visiting places that often are missing from most tourist books, talking to people and looking around in an attempt to do our best in understanding the essence of the place.

This seven and a half minute film reflects our approach - think about it as a montage, a kaleidoscope, a stream of things as we perceive them and as they go through our consciousness. From this perspective, we could call it "Madrid as We Saw It." However, while editing clips into the timeline, I noticed that those I selected were shot almost entirely during one weekend. Accidentally or not - I do not know. I will say though that there is no way to see Madrid in just two days. It's too big and filled with so many things that two days - oh, give me a break!

It could be that weekends in Madrid (and for that matter in other Spanish cities) are especially joyful and relaxing with lots of people on streets and what seems often to be never ending celebration (even during difficult economic times as they are now in summer 2012). Again, I do not know, but that explains the title of the film "A Weekend in Madrid."

Perhaps the only thing I want to mention about places that appear in the film is that most of them are located in the classic Madrid's tourist circle with the center at Puerta del Sol and limited by Palacio Real, Calle Gran Via, Paseo del Prado and La Latino quarters (respectively western, northern, eastern and southern parts of the area).

For those interested in the photographic part of the film: it was shot entirely hand-held with a tiny P&S camera, Canon PowerShot SX230 (both, video and stills). No support, no external mics, no rigs! Yes, you can see (and hear) many problems in my shooting. But, I felt good and liberated. The film was edited in FCP X. There is almost no color correction; in fact, the only thing I've done consistently was adding stabilization to all clips. We also had to tweak audio a bit preferring the natural street sounds of such bustling city as Madrid

Frommer's Madrid Day by Day (Frommer's Day by Day - Pocket)  

Madrid-day-by-day This full colour guide shows you how to navigate yourself around one of Europe′s most chic cities in the most time efficient way. Full day tours around the Royal Palace, the Plaza Mayor, the Prado Museum, Retiro Park, as well as eccentric palaces, and all the best cafés and tapas bars The best neighbourhood walks around the Madrid of the Austrias, with its royal palaces and churches: the bohemian Plaza de Santa Ana: the trio of superb art museums which form the Golden Triangle; the chic Salamanca district: and the hip, colourful neighbourhoods of Malasaña and Chueca Highlights the best shopping from the Rastro flea market to the boutiques of Salamanca Includes Day Trips to magical cities, including Toledo and Segovia, as well as the magnificent royal palace and pantheon at El Escorial. 

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