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Set right at the heart of the Spanish capital, the Atocha district is also Spain's transport hub. If you are getting into the city from Barcelona or from Barajas Airport, hotels in Atocha, Madrid make perfect sense. Find exactly the right hotel with the enormous collection of places to stay on We have gathered together all of the finest local establishments, with places to suit a wide range of budgets. Check out informative reviews for each hotel along with accurate ratings. See photographs of hotel rooms and call up location maps to ensure that you minimize the distance from the station. With booking early can also secure big discounts, so choose quality and value by heading to this fantastic part of Madrid for your next city break.

What's Atocha Like?

Atocha is famous for being the home of Madrid's main train station, meaning that anyone staying in the area will be able to visit suburban destinations like the Bernabeu Stadium with ease. It is also a pleasant place to stay that is very close to Madrid's main attractions. Walk to the incomparable Prado Museum, with its massive collection of masterpieces, from Spanish art to Dutch masters. Or see more modern artistic wonders at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. Learn about something more practical at the Spanish Railway Museum or head to some of Madrid's more eccentric attractions like the beautiful decoration of the Cerralbo Museum - housed in an opulent mansion. Marvel at the architecture of the Royal Palace or hop on a train and see the even more marvellous architecture of the Escorial Palace. Or join the throngs and see a Real or Athletico Madrid game.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Madrid

The locals in Madrid are always keen to help visitors, and are very proud of their cosmopolitan city, so don't be afraid to ask for assistance. The city is famously football-crazy, so if you are into the beautiful game, asking about the fortunes of Athletico could be an ideal ice-breaker. Aside from that, head to the Plaza de Legazpi where there is a regular and spectacular farmers market - and stock up on picnic provisions. If you have children, do what the Madrilenos do, and take them to one of the city's many child-friendly attractions like the Parque de Atracciones or the Zoo Aquarium. Madrid can also get quite hot in Summer, so cool off in true local fashion. The Parque Deportivo Puerta del Hierro also has an open air pool as well as leisure facilities like golf and a canoeing course. Few tourists visit, but it's a great way to unwind when visiting Madrid with

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