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What you should know about Atocha

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It is as easy as can be to find a wonderful place to stay in Atocha with We have worked with some of Atocha's best hotels to bring you a range of accommodation options that will have something to suit you no matter what your budget or travel plans. Find a super luxurious honeymoon suite, or a family friendly set of rooms in a quiet street all at All of the hotels in Atocha, Madrid that we list on our site are illustrated with a set of photos depicting the rooms, communal spaces, and exteriors of the hotel. So that you are even more well informed about your hotel, we also show you reviews and ratings of each of our hotels in Atocha, Madrid, written by other users of who have been guests there themselves. A wonderful place to stay for museum lovers, Atocha is also close to one of Madrid's most beautiful parks.

What's Atocha Like?

The Atocha district of Madrid is a great place for culture lovers to stay. In this neighborhood, for instance, you will find the fascinating Museum of Archeology, which houses both permanent exhibits from all over the world and also temporary exhibitions of modern art and photography. The huge art gallery known as Reina Sofia is also situated in Atocha: this magnificent building is home to Picasso's famous painting Guernica. Atocha is bordered to the north by Retiro park, which is an amazing place for a stroll as it is the largest and most elegant park in the city. And make sure to explore the various restaurants and cafes situated in Atocha as well for some traditional tapas washed down with a cerveza (beer).

How to Get Along with Locals in Atocha

Knowing how to get around in Atocha will help to make your stay there go smoothly. Atocha has its own metro (underground train) station, which is also conveniently called Atocha. You can get several metro lines ('lineas') from Atocha metro, so all of Madrid is accessible when you stay here. In addition, Atocha is also home to a 'Renfe' (overground train) station. Take the Atocha Renfe when you need to reach places that are further afield more efficiently. Note that you cannot use metro tickets on the Renfe and vice versa. At, we have so much local knowledge about things to see and do in Atocha, and this is what enabled us to create such an amazing array of hotels in Atocha, Madrid for you to choose from. So why not book a room?

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