Calle Serrano - Shopping
Calle Serrano is thriving up-scale shopping street. With stores such as Prada and Louis Vuitton, all styles are taken from the runaway. One of Spain’s best-known labels, Loewe, dominates the street with 2 state of the art boutiques. With famous restaurants serving traditional tapas, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Huertas - Entertainment
Barrio de las Letras, also known as Huertas, is one of the most popular districts in Madrid. Home to the Spain’s most famous literary figures and each corner carries a historical significance. The nightlife is alive due to its late night bars and hotels. With close proximity to the station and many traditional restaurants, Huertas will will welcome you with open arms.
Atocha - Art
Located in the heart of Madrid, Atocha is known for having the best museums Madrid. The Reina Sofia museum was remodeled to be as modern as the 20th century art it houses. It’s most famous piece is Picasso’s “Guernica”, which was shown to the public when democracy was established. With close proximity to the Prado, each museum is a pleasurable delight in Madrid.
Salamanca - Historical
Salamanca is home to the iconic Plaza de Toros de la Ventas, or just Las Ventas. This unique cultural experience if offered daily from March, all through October. This arena can hold up to 25,000 guests, but if one if not able to get a ticket the Casa de las Conchas, seas shell palace is 2 minutes away. While it currently house the central public library, the gothic architecture is one of a kind.
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