This building was once the Buen Retiro Palace's ballroom. The palace no longer exists and the ballroom now belongs to the ... More
Casón del Buen Retiro
This building was once the Buen Retiro Palace's ballroom. The palace no longer exists and the ballroom now belongs to the Museo del Prado (Prado Museum). It houses a collection of 19th-century paintings by artists such as Madrazo, Fortuny, Rosales, Picasso, and Sorolla. The attractive 18th-century dome was painted by Lucas Jordán.
This is one of the most popular museums in the city, frequented as much by locals as tourists. The lovely
building itself was opened as a railway station in 1880. It's interesting to see through the steam, diesel and ...
Hotel is in walking distance to central Madrid and around the corner from the Royal Palace and Plaza de Espana.
Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room). Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Non Smoking Rooms. Television. Daily Maid Service. In Room Broadband Internet Access. ...
Madrid's best known and most popular bookstore is huge. It offers five floors full of every type of book you
can imagine. You'll find literature, children's books, travel, essays, dictionaries, foreign language novels and university textbooks crowding the shelves. ...