La Vaguada

Film Barrio del Pilar
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A little cheaper than other commercial cinemas, this multiscreen complex shows all the latest releases in La Vaguada shopping centre, though many find it to be a little outmoded and in need of refurbishments.



Venue name: La Vaguada
Address: CC Madrid 2 La Vaguada, Av Monforte de Lemos, 36
Opening hours: See listings
Transport: Barrio del Pilar (M: L9)
Price: Daily (except Wed) €7.50; first morning session €6.50; over-60s (Mon, Tue, Thu) €5.50; accredited youth card holders and students (Mon-Thu), over-65s (Fri, Sat, Sun), children under 14, accredited large families, unemployed €7.00; Día del espectador (Wed except public holidays) €3.90
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