Madrid, Spain travel tips

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1 When you're introduced to someone---aside from hotel staff--be prepared to be kissed on both cheeks.
2 Avoid driving in central Madrid, as there is not much need for it and parking is a nightmare.
3 A great budget option for staying in Madrid is the Hotel T3 Tirol, which is a great place for families.
4 If you want a luxury stay, one of the obvious choices is the Ritz.
5 If you want to save money but don't care to stay in a hostel, a good affordable option is the Hotel Mario, which is located close to many major sights.
6 If you want an affordable, quiet place to stay, book a room at Hostal Armesto.
7 Cardamomo is a great flamenco bar, although it tends to be pretty crowded with young people and tourists.
8 If you plan on seeing a bullfight, you can purchase tickets online ahead of time--a good idea---from the Taquilla Toros website.
9 If you want to experience flamenco, one of the best places to do it is Candela, which is atmospheric and charming.
10 If you want to see a ballet performance while in Madrid, be sure to go to Teatro Alabeniz.

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