Located together with the Callao cinemas, this three-screen establishment is another of the select survivors on Madrid’s Gran Vía where you can see the latest popular releases. Capacity for around 2,000 people. Easy to find at night thanks to its luminous sign.
|Venue name:||Cinesa Capitol||Contact:|
Gran Vía, 41
|Opening hours:||See listings|
|Transport:||Callao (M: L3, L5)|
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