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Mutua Madrid Tennis Open

The world's best tennis players come to the Caja Mágica (Magic Box) to play the Mutua Madrid Open. The tournament is part of the world's elite of tennis tournaments and is a Masters 1000 event in the men’s ATP circuit and a Premier Mandatory event in the women’s WTA circuit. It is placed only behind the Grand Slams in terms of importance. Furthermore, it is one of the few opens in the world in which the women's and men's categories are played at the same time.

Since 2009, the venue for the Mutua Madrid Open has been the Caja Mágica, designed by Dominique Perrault. An impressive and modern tennis complex whose main feature is the three courts on which matches can be played in the open air or covered thanks to the retractable roofs.

The list of winners is proof of the magnitude of the tournament: Andre Agassi (2002), Juan Carlos Ferrero (2003), Marat Safin (2004), Rafael Nadal (2005, 2010 and 2013), Roger Federer (2006, 2009 and 2012), David Nalbandian (2007), Andy Murray (2008) and Novak Djokovic (2011) in the male category. Dinara Safina (2009), Aravane Rezaï (2010), Petra Kvitová (2011) and Serena Williams (2012 and 2013) in the female category.

Rafa Nadal was proclaimed champion in the last edition of the Mutua Madrid Open 2014, following the withdrawal of Kei Nishikori. The Russian, Maria Sharapova, the couple made up of the Serbian, Nenad Zimonjic, and the Canadian, Daniel Nestor, and the couple made up of Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci were the list of winners in the last edition of the Madrid tournament.

Wheelchair tickets
As these visitors will not occupy a seat they will receive a reduced price. Each wheelchair user may enter with one person to assist them. In order to obtain this type of ticket, contact the sales department on 902 18 36 47 or by email to entradas@madrid-open.com

Accessibility Caja Magica
The main access to La Caja Mágica is by sliding door that remains open during the event, following by a sloping street with a slope of 9%. Barrier free entrance to the three stages of complex.

The access to garden tennis courts (16 tennis courts with the possibility of clustering in eight to four, with space for galleries and connected to the building through the magic box gateways) is via a ramp with 6% slope. The building has ten elevators that connect all the floors with the gates (89 cm) and internal dimensions of 125 cm X 170 cm.

There are area reserved for wheelchair users in every stage (accessed by lift).

Accessible Madrid
If you have any mobility issue and you wish to attend to Mutua Madrid Open, you can rent an electric mobility scooter in Accessible Madrid www.accessiblemadrid.com. Contact us to rent your scooter. We offer a very convenient home delivery service.

If you are visiting Spain and you have any disability or you are simply a slow walker, we will be happy to arrange your Accessible Holidays in Spain. We offer a wide selection of 1-Day Private Accessible Tours in cities like Madrid, Barcelona, Cordoba, Sevilla, Toledo, Segovia, El Escorial, Aranjuez and Chinchón.

Accessible Madrid offers a broad selection of Customized Accessible Vacation Packages for people with reduced mobility, disabled or simply slow walking travellers.

Visit our online store if you need to buy a mobility scooter. Accessible Madrid offers the widest selection of the best electric mobility scooters in the market.

Mutua Madrid Tennis Open
When: 1st- 10th May 2015
Address: Caja Magica. Camino de Perales, 23
Tel: 902183647
Tickets: entradas@madrid-open.com
Public Transport: (Bus) 23, 78, 123, 180, T32 ; (metro) San Fermín-Orcasur (L3)

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Abelló Collection. CentroCentro Cibeles.

This will be the first time that the Abelló exceptional art collection will be displayed to the public. It will be on display at the CentroCentro exhibition hall in Madrid starting October 2. This is a unique opportunity to enjoy 160 magnificent works of art by some of the leading national and international artists in history, such as Modigliani, Degas, Van Gogh, Goya, Rothko, Picasso, Dali, El Greco, Ribera, Zurbarán, Murillo, Braque, Klee, Berruguete, Gray, Klimt, Kandinsky , Munch, Matisse, Bacon, Tàpies and Canaletto

This exhibition has no economic object as benefits will go to Caritas Madrid.

"This is a unique opportunity to peek into one of the most important private collections of art in the world and an ambitious project that consolidates CentroCentro reference into the Art Walk. We thank Juan Abelló and Anna Gamazo for their generosity.

The exhibition can be visited from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 to 20 hours. Tickets are priced at 6 euros, with reduced rates of 4 euros for people over 65 years, students, youth card, people with disabilities and their companion, large families and unemployed people.

Groups of between 15 and 25 people will save 20 percent on general admission (4.80 euros). Entry is free for children up to 12 years and the first Tuesday of each month throughout the day.

GUIDED TOURS
Guided visits will be provided by CentroCentro on Tuesdays at 17.30 and Saturdays and Sundays at 12 and 17 hours. Additionally, reservations may be made for groups up to 25 people at different times.

This exhibition is fully accessible for wheelchair and mobility scooter users. Plan and make this unique activity with Accessible Madrid when you travel to Madrid. Hire an electric scooter at Accessible Madrid . This company offers home delivery service for electric scooter rentals in Madrid. If you are a disabled traveler, and you will be visiting Madrid, Madrid contact Accessible Madrid (www.accessiblemadrid.com). We are happy to help you with your accessible holidays in Madrid. Try our wide range of accessible services (transfers adapted van, accessible tours in Madrid, etc). We also offer accessible tours and excursions to Toledo, Segovia, El Escorial, Aranjuez, etc, always departing from Madrid.

We hope you find these tips helpful. Accessible Madrid offers a professional and specialized service on electric mobility scooters sales

Exhibition dates: 02 OCTOBER 2014 – 01 MARCH 2015
CentroCentro: http://www.centrocentro.org/centro/exposicion_ficha/96#
CentroCentro. Plaza de Cibeles, 1. 28014 Madrid | t +34 91 480 00 08 | centrocentro@centrocentro.org

Opening hours:
Tuesday to Sunday from 10am. to 20h.
Closed Mondays and the days 24, 25 and 31 December, 1 and 6 January.

Tickets:
Advance: www.ticketea.com
Ticket office CentroCentro

Prices
General admission:
6 euros.

Reduced price:
4 euros (over 65, students, youth card, people with disabilities and their companion, large families and unemployed people who so prove documentary).

Free admission:
• Children under 12 years.
• First Tuesday of each month, all visitors from 10am to 20pm.

Groups:
Admission for groups of 15 to 25 people has a 20% discount on general admission (€ 4.80) ..

Sponsor: Mastercard Priceless Madrid

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El Corral del la Morería, pure flamenco show in Madrid

This is one of the most prestigious flamenco stages in Madrid, with 50 years’ experience as a leading flamenco venue and top performers most nights. The stage area has a rustic feel, and tables are pushed up close. Performances have a great price-quality ratio.

It's location is priviledged, as it is in the centre of Madrid - next to the Royal Palace, in the main historic quarters of the city -, its decoration, the arabic corbels and streetlamps dating from the 18th and 19th C recreate a setting reminiscent of the original tablao flamenco, that takes you back in time. Considered as the "Cathedral of flamenco art" of Spain, this establishment is frequently visited by well-known celebrities visiting Madrid, therefore don't be surprised should you find yourself seated by the King of Spain, Government Presidents or famous international artists. International celebrities such as Hemingway, Marlon Brando or Marlene Dietrich enjoyed the Corral flamenco nights in the past.

The dancers and musicians are so talented that they will leave you speechless. There is the option to come see the show + dinner and another option which includes the show and a drink. In the tablao, the entire audience is enraptured from the first notes of the spanish guitar to the final stomp of the flamenco dancer´s heel.

Flamenco at El Corral de la Moreria is definitely something everyone should experience at least once in their life!

The show lasts for 1:10 hours and has 9 artists: two leading male flamenco dancer, a leading female flamenco dancer, three flamenco singers, and two guitarists. The show has been designed and choreographed by our artistic director Blanca del Rey, winner of the National Flamenco Award.

El Corral de la Morería offers a range of facilities to make your visit accessible and more enjoyable. Barrier free access for wheelchair users and people with mobility scooters. The staff at Cooral de la Morería is very kind and if you let them know in advance of your disability, they will reserve a space just in front of the stage, so you can see perfectly the spectacle.

If you have mobility problems or disabilities you can hire your electric mobility scooter in Madrid at Accessible Madrid (www.accessiblemadrid.com). This company offers home delivery service for scooter rentals. If you are a disabled traveler and you plan to visit Madrid, contact Accessible Madrid. We will be happy to help you with your accessible holidays in Madrid. Try our wide range of accessible services (transfers in adapted minivan, accessible sightseeing tours in Madrid etc.). We can also offer accessible visits and tours in Toledo, Segovia, Salamanca, etc., always departing from Madrid.

Strong>El Corral de la Morería
http://www.corraldelamoreria.com/en/index.html

Prices: admission incl drink €42-45, meals from €43
Opening hours: 8.30pm-2.30am, shows 9.30pm & 11.30pm Sun-Fri, 7pm, 10pm & midnight Sat
Address: Street Calle de la Morería 17

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