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Teleférico de Madrid

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February 07, 2017
Cable Car with great views of the city.. must do!
September 22, 2016
Una de las mejores formas de admirar Madrid desde el aire. Las vistas de la ciudad y de la Sierra y Casa de Campo son magníficas. Un billete de i/v cuesta unos 5,50€ y te lleva hasta el corazón de la Casa de Campo. // Arguably the best way to admire Madrid's skyline and views of the mountains and…
Zani & Vir
Zani & Vir
July 09, 2016
If you want to see Madrid from a bird's eye view, take the cable car ("Teleférico de Madrid"), Madrid’s most unique tourist attraction, and dates back to 1969. The journey starts on the Paseo del Pintor Rosales street, near the Argüelles Metro station, and takes you over the River Manzanares and…
July 02, 2015
A quick cable car ride will take you to the Madrid zoo, and on the way there you get to see the massive park Casa de Campo, a great place to take a walk, and get some useful information on the area!
May 24, 2015
get a birds eye view of Madrid!

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“ With a double entrance, one in the street Nuncio and one in Segovia, this local rag-tag features a classic but cozy decor, with some vintage tone, ancient, which mainly breathes a relaxed atmosphere, inviting mostly quiet conversation. It is also ideal for a coffee accompanied by the pleasant reading a good book. In his letter have coffee and tea (although his specialty is coffee "Nuncio"), also cocktails (the mojito is the most recommended), and all kinds of drinks. In summer they take to the street, on the steps of the street Segovia, a pleasant terrace.”
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“Lovely place. We eat there often. The service is great as is the food and the price. We recommend you make reservations. Find them on TripAdvisor. ”
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s/n Paseo del Pintor Rosales
Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid 28008
Phone+34 902 34 50 02
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