Ideal Yelmo Cineplex

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Ideal Yelmo Cineplex
Sol

This hugely popular eight-screen multiplex is an efficient if somewhat characterless venue for international mainstream films in versión original. CAMBIO POR: This popular 8-screen cinema is specialised in original language screenings, though since it was acquired by Yelmo it's turned more commercial, with popcorn included. Despite the price of tickets, not all the screening rooms have good visuals or sounds.

 

Venue name: Ideal Yelmo Cineplex
Contact:
Address: Doctor Cortezo 6. Plaza de Jacinto Benavente
Madrid
28012
Opening hours: See listings
Transport: Tirso de Molina (M: L1), Sol (M: L1, L2, L3)
Price: €9.20; Fri-Sun and public holidays over-60s €7.90; over 60s weekdays €4.50; Wed €3.90; 3D glasses €1.50; Mon and Wed (cheap movie days) €7.30
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