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We went here even though TA reviews said no water was around the temple. And I agree it was not as beautiful as some of the pictures I saw. There was a line to get in, but we did not wait. The pictures we took...More
This place has awesome views in the back of the temple. Inside its small but full of interesting pieces full of history. Getting in was free and once inside we're greeted by nice people, we're shown a video and then we can walk around. It...More
Free entrance, not sure about handicap in wheelchair might be a back door for others, few stairs. Historical, archeological with and audiovisual show at the entrance. Limited people inside so there is a line outside waiting for groups to get out,takes about 20 mins. In...More
The monument is in a beautiful park, and I was really looking forward to seeing it lighted up at night with the reflection in the surrounding water. Unfortunately, the pools were empty when we were there.
The Templo de Debob is interesting enough to make a trip to see it. It is located in the Parque del Oeste which has good views over the city. It does have historical interest in that it was given to Spain for their help in...More
Not as spectacular as I expected from the reviews. The park does offer a lovely view of the city, so if you're already in the area, it's worth tacking onto your plans. I wouldn't make the trek just to see it on its own, however.
Just south of the sprawling campus of the Complutense University of Madrid, Arguelles exudes a fast-paced, collegiate vibe. The main street, Calle Princesa, is filled with twenty-somethings rushing between classes and errands, meeting up with classmates, and grabbing cheap beers and cheap eats. This is a prime shopping spot where the major Spanish clothing and department store chains are less busy than their downtown
counterparts, and there is an array of casual dining options to choose from. Check out nearby outdoor spaces such as the lushly planted Plaza de España to the south, which is often filled with craft stalls. To the west of Arguelles is the giant Parque Oueste, a calm and picturesque park with its own Egyptian temple.