Cinesa Méndez Álvaro

Cinemas , Multiplex Arganzuela
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A comfortable multi screen cinema where you can see the latest commercial releases, buy some popcorn and have a cup of coffee while you're waiting for the film to begin. The best thing is to take advantage of one of its promotions (from family packs and cheap reruns to Facebook gatherings).

 

Venue name: Cinesa Méndez Álvaro
Contact:
Address: Acanto 2
Madrid
28045
Opening hours: See listings
Transport: Méndez Álvaro (M: L6)
Price: €9.30; matinee sessions €7.10 (Fri, Sat, Sun and public holidays €7.70); weekends and public holidays €9.30; cheap movie day €7.10 (Wed except public holidays): under-18s Tue except public holidays €4.00; youth card holders and students under 26 €7.10 (Fri, Sat, Sun and public holidays €7.70; over-65s €7.10 (Fri, Sat, Sun and public holidays €7.70; over-65s Mon-Thu €5.00
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