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Tartan Roof Restaurant in Madrid

The restaurant on the roof of the Círculo de Bellas Artes with incredible views of Madrid and the excellent cuisine of different countries.

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Tartan Roof Restaurant

#5 of 21 places to visit in Madrid
Tartan Roof Restaurant is renowned for its South American-Asian fusion cuisine of chef Javier Muñoz-Calero.

If you want to get to this restaurant, you need use a lift, it costs €4. In spring and summer the restaurant is transformed into a terrace, where you can see the sunset with a cup of coffee or a cocktail with an umbrella. And in the winter the Tartan Roof Restaurant becomes similar to a ski resort, with fireplaces and warm blankets.

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Drink coffee on the terrace with the best views of Madrid in Madrid
Maybe Me Drink coffee on the terrace with the best views of Madrid#7 of 21 things to do in Madrid

Take the lift to the terrace and you will be amazed of beauty that opens in front of you!

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from 8:00 am to 3:00 am

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