I remember one of my firsts visits to Madrid about 7 years ago. We were in the tube (underground/subway/metro) and my friend, who used to live in Madrid at the time, told me that we were gonna pass by a "ghost station" that had been closed to the public for decades. I just had a glance at it as the... 更多
We chose to visit Anden 0 and we were positively surprised by it. It is for free, and if you go at the o´clock times they offer a guided tour around the site. We had our visit with Adrian, and he was wonderful: funny, knowledgeable and approchable. He not only provided us with an interesting insight about the station, but... 更多
A real history lesson learning about the metro's first line and experiencing the hundred year old station. Free entry and guided tours are given where you can learn a lot more. Very interesting!
Free exhibit. Entrance is controlled by security as only a certain number of visitors allowed in at a time. Not very large but interesting decor and posters of the original station. 1919. Very atmospheric and historical. Entrance from modern glass atrium at street level.
You can walk down to the old subway station and can also see a short film strip about the station (in Spanish). We were only there for 5 or ten minutes. If you are in the area, fine, but don't go out of your way.
Free. Located 5 minutes from Afonso Martinez metro stop. Well worth a visit if you are in the area. This... 更多
If you like to explore the history of Madrid, this is an important piece. While quite simple attraction, absent modern... 更多
As train and tram fans, we’d long looked forward to visiting this unique space: a closed metro station in the... 更多