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Tartan Roof Restaurantin Madrid, Spain

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The restaurant on the roof of the Círculo de Bellas Artes with incredible views of Madrid and the excellent cuisine of different countries.
Tartan Roof Restaurant, 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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#7Drink coffee on the terrace with the best views of Madrid in MadridDrink coffee on the terrace with the best views of MadridMaybe Me

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

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