The Plaza

This special bus line runs from December 6 to January 6, between 18 and 22, and chugs to Cibeles, the Plaza de Colon, Gran Via, la plaza de Oriente, la calle Mayor, la Puerta del Sol and Neptuno past. The Plaza de Colon to the venue of the so-called City of children where organized different workshops and games for the little ones, and stories are told in addition the Royal Esplanade offers an ice rink of about 800 m 2, is for the second time where is the small and large? en together can have a good time. There held numerous events for every taste: figure skating – and theatre performances, musical performances by Christmas songs, Gospel and jazz or even mitrei? end hockey games. Just like last year, wants the Town Hall all Madridern and tourists visiting the capital, Merry Christmas with a light show, Fireworks and magic lights on the facade of the Palacio de Cibeles on December 23. One of the gro? en news is this year the exhibition of ice sculptures, where over 60 international artists have created monuments made of ice, representative attractions in Madrid, to build such as the Puerta de Alcala, or the stadium Santiago Bernabeu.

As if that were not enough, spread over 25 to build Nativity scenes all over the city. The most spectacular crib is located front of the City Hall (designed by the sculptor Jose Luis Mayo), which debuts with a new site: el Palacio de Cibeles. According? the tradition, and to experience the typical festivals of Madrid, the Puerta adopted the old year with their 12 Bell strokes to gather thousands of Spaniards and eat 12 grapes per Bell so that is blessed in the new year with happiness Sol del. And to the solemn conclusion of the famous parade of the three kings, where the Kings of the Western world welcomes thousands of children takes place on January 5, 2009? s that need to go to bed early if they want to get their gifts on the next day. As you can see, the holidays last a long time in Madrid. If you want to experience the magic of the Festival of love,. then, you rent an apartment in Madrid. Let infected by the Christmas charm of the Spanish capital! Translated from the Spanish by Christina Gersberg

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