Ride the Navibus this Christmas
One of the highlights in Madrid during the holidays are all the Christmas lights on the streets and what better way to see them all while sitting up high on a double decker Christmas bus, aptly named the NaviBus, enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. Although the line can be around the block and the wait time more than an hour, the duration of the trip is shorter, about 40-50 minutes. It begins and ends in Calle Serrano, 30 in Colon and goes down Calle Serrano, Plaza de la Independencia (Puerta de Alcalá), Plaza de Cibeles, Alcalá, Gran Vía, Plaza del Callao, Jacometrezo, Plaza de Santo Domingo, San Bernardo, Gran Vía, Alcalá, Plaza de Cibeles, Alcalá, Plaza de la Independencia (Puerta de Alcalá), Velázquez, José Ortega y Gasset, and back down to Colon on calle Serrano, 30. Don’t miss out on taking a classic Ride the Navibus this Christmas!
Dates, times and prices of Navibus:
Dates: December 1, 2016 – January 6, 2016 from Monday-Sunday. Does not operate on December 24 & 31 and January 5.
Time: 6pm-10:15pm. Frequency of 10-15 minutes, duration of 45-50 minutes.
Price: 2€ general admission, 1.50€ for +65 years, free for children up to 7 years. Buy Tickets online here.