While planning a trip to Europe, you should be assured that the area/city you are choosing is best and most remarkable in terms of providing you the awesome attractions and lots of fun. Let us see the top 10 best areas to see in Europe.
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- 10. Plaza de Castilla and Kio Towers
- 9. Church of San Miguel
- 8. Toledo Bridge
- 7. University of Cardinal de Cisneros
- 6. Museum of Costume – Museo del Traje
- 5. Convento de las Carmelitas Descalzas
- 4. Atocha Station
- 3. Colegio de San Ildefonso Main Front (Alcalá de Henares)
- 2. San Francisco el Grande Church
- 1. Church of San Gines
10. Plaza de Castilla and Kio Towers
The two towers’ building is situated in northern Madrid, in Plaza de Castilla, crossing a big square by Paseo de la Castellana. You can visit here any time during the week because basically these are considered to be the business center, so remain open every day except public holidays and Mondays. If you walk from the KIO Towers direction north, you can view the “Cuatro Torres Business Area” (CTBA).
9. Church of San Miguel
The church is the birthplace of Ignacio Allende, and is approachable throughout the week. The timings, however, change season after season.
8. Toledo Bridge
The bridge is found with granite ashlar stone. In the middle of it, two vaulted niches with the patron saints of Madrid are present. These are named San Isidro and Santa María de la Cabeza. The bridge is close for traffic.
7. University of Cardinal de Cisneros
The University is at the Plaza Cervantes extending towards the east of medieval city. This has been enclosed by the earlier medieval walls.
6. Museum of Costume – Museo del Traje
The museum is situated in Av de Juan de Herrera, 2, 28040 Madrid, Spain. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday; 10 am to 18:00 pm. On Mondays and public holidays, the museum remains closed.
5. Convento de las Carmelitas Descalzas
There is no admission fee to visit this place, but the timings from Tuesday to Saturday are 10 m to 17:00 pm, while the timings for Sunday are 12 pm to 16:00 pm. The convent is not open for common people on Mondays.
4. Atocha Station
The railway station is currently serving hundreds of train services. The train platforms are approximately 27 meter high, and 157 meter lengthy. The use of steel and glass in the flanking building has been made possible. It has a modern-style terminal as well, its design was presented by Moneo, and which is present next to the AVE trains and local commuter train platform. You can purchase tickets from RENFE.
3. Colegio de San Ildefonso Main Front (Alcalá de Henares)
It is situated in the Autonomous Community of Madrid, 35 km in the north of the city, at an altitude of 588 m above sea level. The best time to visit this peaceful are is on Monday from 10 am to 16:00 pm. The approximate area of this city is 87.71 km².
2. San Francisco el Grande Church
The Basílica de San Francisco el Grande is in Madrid, standing on the site of a Franciscan convent. It is said to have been formed by St. Francis himself in 1217. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday. Timings vary season to season.
1. Church of San Gines
Next to the church is situated the Chocolatería San Ginés, which serves as an amazing chocolate shop. You can reach the church from Tuesday to Sunday, and half day on Monday—because after 12:00 pm it closes for common public.
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