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Hi, guys. Long time no see. :D I hope this is the right place for my question to you all.

I am going to be passing through Madrid for a few days this December. What are the best places for Mass and prayer (are there any Trid Masses there?) and the best churches/cathedrals for sightseeing?

I'd be grateful for any other advice you have about this city at all, too!

Have a great weekend!
Ophelia
Traditional Latin Masses:

28007 MADRID, St. James Chapel C /. Catalina Suarez, 16 (next to Avenida Ciudad de Barcelona, ​​85)
(Metro Pacific, Dr. Esquerdo output, odd / Bus 8, 10, 24, 37, 54, 56, 57, 136, 140 and 141)
from Monday to Saturday, except holidays: 19:00 am (Summer: 20:00 pm)
Sundays: 10:00 and 12:00 h. (Summer: 11:00 pm)
Tel : (34) 91 812 28 81 or 91 501 91 60
SSPX

28028 MADRID- Third Church of the Visitation Monastery P º San Francisco de Sales, 48
(L6 and L7 Metro Guzmán el Bueno / Bus 2 to 12 - 44 - 202 - N21); http://www.cristorey.eu
Monday to Friday at 08:00 h. (Prayed)
Saturday at 09:00 h. (Prayed)
Sundays and holidays at 11:00 am (Sung): CGO. D. Raul Olazabal
ICRSP

28006 MADRID- Casa Santa Teresa de Jesus, Avenida de América, 46 - 2 ° D
http://www.cristorey.eu
(L7 Metro Park Avenues)
Daily: 20:00 pm (Except Sundays and public holidays)
Tel / Fax: (34) 91 361 53 13 p.olazabal @ icrsp.org
ICRSP

28009 Madrid, Oratorio San Felipe Neri C /. Antonio Arias, 17 - under
(Metro L6 and L9 Sainz de Baranda / Bus 15 - 215 - 202-30 - 56)
Sundays and holy days of obligation at 19 h.
ICRSP: CGO. D. Raul Olazabal

28004 MADRID- Parish of San Ildefonso C /. Colón, 16
(Metro L1 and L10 Tribunal)
Every Monday at 20:00 pm
ICRSP: P. Juan Manuel Rodriguez de la Rosa
Some good museums and galleries, but Madrid is pretty boring. If you have time, drive 45 minutes out of town and visit El Escorial. Bonus points if you make it to the Valle de los Caídos, though I think it's quite hard to get into now.
Go visit the Prado museum.

Also just wonder around.
And definitely give yourself a day or so to see Segovia. Giant Roman aquaducts, castles, cathedrals (okay, so only one of each, how many do you want?), the best roast piglet in the world, and only an hour or so by train from Madrid. You'll be glad you went.
(09-24-2011, 12:47 AM)charlesh Wrote: [ -> ]And definitely give yourself a day or so to see Segovia. Giant Roman aquaducts, castles, cathedrals (okay, so only one of each, how many do you want?), the best roast piglet in the world, and only an hour or so by train from Madrid. You'll be glad you went.
And Avila. Just google it on google images, and you'll know why.