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I strongly recommend this attraction if you want admire the Madrid skyline and Landscape with a 360 grades view. With a very cheap ticket (3€ at the time when this review has been written) you can go up to this tower and enjoy the stunning...More
Our third visit to Madrid but first time this tower has been open. No queue to get in. Not too high but gives nice views of much of the city. About five minutes from metro. Only likely to keep you there for 15 / 20...More
A very reasonable 3 Euros gets you up the top of this communication tower. There is 180 degree view with information boards. The view is ok rather than wow as the tower is too far away from the most interesting buildings. Also the thick vertical...More
A little outside the city centre, we took the metro it was an easy journey and well worth the trip. We visited on a Sunday afternoon and it was quiet and we went straight up in the elevator after paying. The views are magnificent across...More
This tower is an impressive structure located in the district of Moncloa in Madrid, close to the University.
It was built in 1992 and it has 92 meters. It seems to have some problems after the construction that affected its safety and 10 + from...More
Be very careful when you book to go. I booked to go in March, and because it was raining, it closed for the day, but there was nothing on their website. When we got there (waste of a journey!), we were told to apply for...More
3 euros to go up and have a brillant view over Madrid and into the distance. We did not have to que and it was very quiet. They have information plaques giving information on what you can see. we only spent about half an hour...More