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What you should know about Avenida America

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When you stay in a hotel near the Avenida America train station in Madrid, you are in the heart of a growing business district in th Spanish capital. The area is home to the IFEMA exhibition center as well as the Juan Carlos Congress Center. It's also located only six miles from Madrid Barajas International Airport. Despite this convenient location, you're still within a short walk or ride to many of Madrid's more popular attractions. You should visit to discover all of the wonderful hotels around Avenida America, Madrid. Each accommodation listed on the site includes multiple photographs, actual guest reviews, and detailed explanations of amenities and available services. You can find rooms with free wi-fi, hotels with indoor pools, and accommodation featuring well-equipped gyms. Whatever you need in a room, you'll find it in one of the hotels listed with

What's Avenida America, Madrid Like?

The Avenida America district is only a few miles from a world-class golf course. The Olivar de Hinojosa Golf Course was built in 1960 and offers you the choice of an 18-hole, par 72 course or a 9-hole, par 29 course. There are practice areas for 44 guests plus chipping and putting greens. If you want to get a sense of daily life in Madrid, the Paseo de la Castellana, or Castilian's Mall, is the widest and longest avenue in Madrid. It's around six miles from Avenida America. There are wide sidewalks on the sides of the Paseo de la Castellana, often bathed in shade, that take you past the Four Towers, which are the tallest buildings in Spain. You'll see historic palaces and modern architecture side-by-side. This street offers many shopping and dining opportunities and is home to art galleries and museums.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Avenida America, Madrid

Because of the heat, people are firm in adhering to the siesta tradition. From 2pm to 5pm, nearly every shop closes. Many shops are not open for business on Sundays. The exceptions are some tourist spots. Be sure you get any vital supplies before the siesta period. It really does help to know common phrases and words in Spanish. You will find English-speaking people, but you'll meet more locals and fit in better if you understand and speak some of the local language. Take your time when researching rooms in Madrid on When you decide where you want to stay in Madrid, book your rooms with It's a convenient way to get the best rooms in Spain at the best rates.

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