Madrid Metro

By | 31 March, 2014 | 0 comments

It offered its first underground services in 1919, when King Alfonso XIII inaugurated the first line that went from Cuatro Caminos to Sol, with Chamberí station -of which we will talk about later on- in the middle of the line. With these new infrastructures, Madrid was now a European city in its full right, with the works on the Gran Vía in full flow initiated nine years before and the vocation of leaving aside that appearance of ‘Castilian town’, paraphrasing the members of the literary Generation of ‘98. In neighbouring Portugal, the first lines of the metro in Lisbon were inaugurated in 1959 while the underground in Rome began to work in 1930. In Paris, the first line of the Métropolitain opened in 1900, built for the Olympic Games of that same year.

During the Spanish Civil War, the metro stations became common refuges  for the people of Madrid to keep safe from the bombings of the aviation of General Franco and his German and Italian. read full article

Categories: Excursiones, Guías Madrid, tourism

Hotel offers in the centre of Madrid

By | 24 February, 2014 | 0 comments

Are you planning on visiting Madrid in the next few months and you’re looking for a hotel to stay in? If that’s the case, don’t miss checking out on the hotel offers in the centre of Madrid that Hotel Victoria 4 offers you, which guarantees you special prices on its official website that will make your stay in the capital a lot cheaper..

Hotel Victoria 4 offers its guests different kinds of offers according to their demands and needs. For example, for stays longer than 3 nights, we have a 3 for 2 offer in which one of the nights is free, including also breakfast every day. We also have an offer for 4 nights for the price of 3 for even longer stays. read full article

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Shopping in Madrid from Hotel Victoria 4

By | 13 January, 2014 | 0 comments

One of the pleasures of travelling is ‘hunting’ for those unique items that are exclusive from the place we find ourselves in, small trophies with which we can surprise our loved ones when we go back home or that we can treasure in our own home as travelling souvenirs.

If you have chosen to stay in our hotel, it’s very easy to go shopping in Madrid because some of the most original and oldest shops of the city are located in the area of Sol due to its unique history and central location.

Below are some of those shops that you can find in Sol, where you can buy traditional gifts from Madrid without having to walk further than 15 minutes from our hotel: read full article

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Cadalso de los Vidrios, un cuadro de otoño

By | 22 October, 2012 | 0 comments

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A day at Casa de Campo

By | 23 December, 2011 | 0 comments

 

Casa de Campo is a very romantic name for one of the biggest urban parks in Madrid. Situated on the western border of the city, Casa de Campo or Country House is home to the Madrid Zoo as well as the amusement park or Parque de Atracciones.

For both these attractions you will have to spend a whole day to fully enjoy them. Although on the outskirts of the town, Casa de Campo is easy to reach from the town centre by tube, stopping at  Casa de Campo or Lago.

The zoo is one of the biggest in Europe and even has an aquarium where you and your whole family will be able to enjoy seeing dolphins and other aquatic animals performing. read full article

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Christmas at Warner Madrid

By | 23 December, 2011 | 0 comments

Parque Warner Madrid is a great place to visit all year round, situated just outside Madrid on the Carretera N-IV, km 22 in San Martin de la Vega, you can reach the park by car, or train from Atocha Train Station or bus from the bus station at Villaverde Bajo.

This Christmas Warner Park Madrid are making of Christmas a reality, in their own words, with the various activities they have prepared for this festive period. Until the end of December all the lovely characters from Warner cartoons will come to life to welcome you into the park and introduce you to all the musical shows and Christmas activities for the whole family. Some of the shows and activities will include Christmas carols, lights and fabulous decorations.

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Categories: Arte y cultura, Excursiones, Guías Madrid

Microespacios en Madrid

By | 18 November, 2011 | 0 comments

The Museum Thyssen-Bornemisza is situated in Paseo del Prado, also known as  the avenue of art. Not far from Hotel Victoria4, this museum should be a must-see for any tourist visiting Madrid any amount of time.

The museum started as the private collection of Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza, but has developed as one of the main attractions in the city of Madrid. read full article

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A Walk Along The Gran Via

By | 16 November, 2011 | 0 comments

The Gran Vía is famous in Madrid for many reasons, the main one is maybe that it is one of the main arteries in the centre of Madrid. However, Gran Vía is also the area with the highest concentration of cinemas and theatres in Madrid.

You can start in Callao, and then go down Gran Vía towards Plaza de España, Plaza de Callao also has its own cinema and one of the best sandwich cafés in Madrid, Rodilla. This home grown sandwich chain serves really different sandwiches with creative and delicious fillings. read full article

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Madrid by night

By | 13 November, 2011 | 0 comments

Madrid has been since the seventies a great place for going out and enjoying yourself at night. Ever since the “Movida Madrileña“, the Madrid night groove scene, the city has been constantly improving and moving with times.

Madrid has some of the best night clubs in much of Spain, and who knows, even Europe. Balcon de Rosales is one of those places, situated in Paseo Pintor Rosales, S/N, just a short distance on foot from Hotel Victoria4, this nightclub is divided in three distinctive dance areas. read full article

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Una visita a Aranjuez

By | 12 November, 2011 | 0 comments

Madrid, as any big city, is surrounded by smaller but not less interesting towns. The fantastic public transport system of this city is fast, clean and reliable and it will take to many of all the small towns and villages in the region.

Aranjuez is a special town, it is not just beautiful, but it carries a lots of history for the Spanish people. read full article

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