The pink exterior wall falls like a cloud across the road, the station door is not like many traffic hubs in China, the footsteps of the traveller are gentle. There are thousands of plants planted in the station, walking in the middle of the path, even feel not indoors.
This is the most beautiful train station I have ever seen. There is a huge tropical plant park in the train station. The building of the railway station is also very elegant, the only downside is that there are fewer seats waiting for the bus. There is a storage office at the train station, the price is a bit expensive, if it takes more than three hours, you can book online for 5 euros a day.
The north station of Madrid train, also known as Atocha, is a short distance from Madrid to Barcelona and Seville. The station is very large and has a garden design inside, as if it were in the garden, very comfortable. It's not a station in a simple sense, but a business card in Madrid.
The north station of Madrid train is also called Atocha station, and is the main station in Madrid's direction to Barcelona and Seville. The train station is very large, comfortable and close to many attractions such as Retiro Park, Royal Botanic Gardens etc., which is the landmark of Madrid.
In early February 2018, the snow in Madrid was flying, and arrived at the train station early. The castle was huge and there were many people. Praising the cashier boy for moving very fast, and getting the chip bag upgrade. Uh... [Scarface] [Scarface] This is not what I mean.
Estacion del Norte is the name of a railway station built in the late 19th century. However progress took its toll and it eventually morphed into another, newer, better and bigger station, by the name...
The station dates back to the late nineteenth century and was one of the main stations linking Madrid to Irun and other destinations. The role has now moved to the newer Chamartin station. The stat...
The station is nice with good facilities. Quite a few sleeping bums or other addicts hanging around the place. Aside from that it's all good.
The old "Estacion del Norte" is the building that now hosts "Principe Pio Mall". Amazing architecture and interesting to see the process of urban regeneration and transformation.