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Plaza de Cibeles, Madrid

Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 3,200+ reviews on the web
Visit , named for the neoclassical fountain of Ceres (or Cybele) riding in a chariot pulled by two lions. As the square is a focal point for modern architecture, look for the four large palaces on each corner--the Bank of Spain, the Palacio de Buenavista, the Palacio de Linares and the Palacio de Cibeles. The fountain is very busy with foot traffic, cars going to the city center, and Real Madrid fans celebrating the victories of their team. Plan your visit to Plaza de Cibeles and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Madrid family vacation planner.
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  • Beautiful square. Can know it walking since is very central of the gran via. Very large and a typical madrilenian monument.
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  • You can't come to Madrid without that passes by this famous square which is where celebrated large victories fans and supporters the Real team partners Madrid - the best team in world football
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  • The monument that you're back is worth going to this area birth photo whenever I go, go to stay or walk love, to me the Salamanca district and Gran Vía seems the best of Madrid and look that the rest is great, but these areas I realize the greatness of this country. No wonder that Madrid is the most visited, you receive almost everywhere with a smile and is more economic cities that I visit, the price is competitive, from 90€ to €200 super luxury and dine for 35€-€50 in cool sites! And in Paris, London, Shanghai and New York don't find that quality for those prices or in low season.
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