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Anden 0, Madrid

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  • It is a curious place worth visiting to know a little history of the metro. The visit is free but open a few days a week and times are very short. I recommend to visit in low season or even someday making wrong time to avoid queues and excess people.
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  • Put in your schedule a ride in 1966, then ceased to operate this station. Before you go, make sure you have updated to operating times. It is easily accessible by public transport and something completely different from the other attractions. You can follow the group with your guide learning various historical figures or to navigate on your own.
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  • Discovered by accident and saw that we decided to try a free visit. It was really very interesting. It is the first station in Madrid metro now dismeessa (for technical reasons, has two other nearby stations and length of new trains made it impossible to adapt the "curve" that has this station). Visit in Spanish every hour, really interesting. He explained how it worked back then. Designed by a French architect (I think the same mail Palace of Madrid) just to entice people to go "underground" to catch a train. Hence the choice of white tiles to give light, the attention to detail of the decorations (green and blue borders a little luccicose), the idea of putting comely young ladies at the ticket office (strictly single, otherwise it was considered unseemly) and so on. In a few believed in this idea, so much so that the King of that time had to make a big investment. The visit I think 40 minutes but really interesting and suggestive visit a metro stop in time with still old advertisements and signs. We should all learn to value artworks like these other countries. PS there are obviously also ghost stories and over the years it seems that "down there" happened a little bit of everything. I think I read that is not currently open for improvements to the line 1, get informed.
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  • Since the renovation of the former CHAMBERI STATION, known as "La estacion Fantasma" (ghost station).
  • If you've got some free time on your visit to Madrid, you should consider coming here. Entrance fee is free to everyone. There's not much to it but a very old subway station, but if you like digging into the history of a city, this museum is definitely a must see.
  • There's pretty much just the old metro station ticket office and one platform. They have a video, leaflet and a couple of stickers on the walls (all only in Spanish). The station and old adverts are quite pretty but I wouldn't bother visiting unless I was in the neighbourhood already.
  • Don't miss this opportunity to enjoy a piece of Madrid's history in an abandoned subway station. Free entrance and free guided tour on the hour every hour while open.
  • Kind of dull, no info in languages other than Spanish. Not worth the trek.
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