Tartan roof

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40° 25' 6.024" N, 3° 41' 47.148" W
General info: 

For an entrance fee of 3€, the roof of the Fien Arts Circle offers a breath-taking 360-degree eyeful of Madrid’s classic tourist attractions, famous streets, skyline and mountains to the North. You can visit the terrace just to admire the view, but if you´re feeling peckish, the tartan rooftop restaurant serves and extensive menu from breakfast to dinner.

Getting there: 

Closest metro stations are Sevilla dna Banco de España on line 2.

Address: Tartan roof/Circulo de Bellas
Artes, calle de alcala 42


Entrance fee 3€

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