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- Madrid City Centre
- Plaza Mayor
- Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
- Prado Museum
- Lope de Vega Theatre
- Plaza de Espana
- El Retiro Park
- Plaza de Santa Ana
- Madrid Amusement Park
- Complutense University of Madrid
- Parque Warner Madrid
- Royal Palace
- Las Ventas
- Las Rozas Village Outlet
- U.S. Embassy
- Vicente Calderon Stadium
- Puente de Vallecas
- Plaza de Cibeles
- The Magic Box
- Plaza Norte 2 Commercial Centre
What you should know about Chamartin
Located just out of the center of town, Chamartin stretches out towards the north of Madrid and offers a wide range of different accommodation options. All of the neighborhood's best hotels have partnered with Hotels.com, with places to stay for business people, honeymooners, and families. We include all of the relevant information in our hotel listings - from photographs of sample rooms to location maps and reviews from ordinary travelers. You can consult full listings of every single facility on offer, from swimming pools to bicycle rentals, and have the information you need to make an informed decision. If you book early, you can also enjoy huge discounts on hotels in Chamartin, Madrid that have partnered with Hotels.com, so explore your options in this charming district.
What's Chamartin Like?
One of Madrid's northern suburbs, Chamartin is a mixture of quiet residential streets, busy business centers, and boulevards with stores and restaurants. With the Bernabeu Stadium in the neighborhood, it is also a site of sporting pilgrimage as Real Madrid fans come from across the world to see their soccer team play. Other local sights include the spectacular Gates of Europe office buildings, Madrid's Museum of Natural Sciences, the elegant Gilhou Palace and public artworks like the postmodern Monument to the Spanish Constitution. Relax in the surroundings of Berlin Park, catch a concert at the National Music Auditorium, or try some of the local golf courses like Olivar de la Hinojosa. You can also use the metro to easily reach world famous attractions like the Royal Palace, the Prado Museum, and Madrid Cathedral, as well as the bullring at Las Ventas or the fascinating Museum of the Americas.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Madrid
Chamartin is an unpretentious place that is filled with ordinary Madrilenos. Join them at a Real Madrid match to experience the passion that they have for the city and their favorite team. When eating out in Madrid, take a tip from the locals and try to be there when the lunch menus are operating. Lunch is a bigger deal than dinner in Madrid, and diners can save a lot of money by taking advantage of discount menus. If you are heading to the museums, ask your concierge about free or late openings, as they are constantly offering promotions. When getting around, use the public transport system as much as possible. It's cheap and extensive, and week-long passes are available for the subway. However, if you are feeling energetic, the electrified bike hire scheme offers an even better way to see the sights when you book hotels in Chamartin, Madrid with Hotels.com.
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