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The old brick and iron structure is amazing especially as it has been filled with a virtual rain forest and is a sanctuary for terrapins. If you are booking tickets arrive early as the queue can be long and make sure you know exactly what...More
This place is huge and a little intimidating. It took us asking a couple of people for help to figure out where our train was going to depart (which level) and then when we should go through security. Once you go through security there’s not...More
The 'tropical oasis' waiting area provides a welcome break from the busy station passages -- in which, lamentably the corner-cutting locals still do not seem to have perfected the art of avoiding elbowing.
For questions about onward connection services and ticketing, it's better to use...More
My family visited there on June 14 evening. It’s only 15 minuets walk from our stay Mercure Madrid Centro Hotel. It’s older and great architecture land mark in Madrid. But still useful and easy to travel many other places. We’d been there was lovely.
The station is located south of the Retiro Park, not far from the Prado and Reina Sofía museums.Here you find commuter trains (Cercanías), intercity and the high-speed trains. The Cercanía connects to the airport (T4) and is the cheapest way to travel to and from...More
Atocha train station is full of surprises. It has a botanical garden with big trees inside the train station. They also have turtles in a pond. A cafe at the first level. It is very easy to buy tickets though the person at the counter...More
Atocha train station is located in the heart of Madrid at the end of Paseo de Prado. Atocha Metro is just next door, so getting there from the Airport is easy and convenient. At first Atocha could be intimidating and confusing, but when you check...More