Being in the centre opens up all the possibilities to discover Madrid

The neighborhood

Plaza España, between the city centre and the old town


It is located at the end of Gran via.It is one of the largest squares of Madrid, this square is surrounded by the first skyscrapers builded in the city between the XX century: Torre Madrid and the Edificio España.

It is visible that there are no stores around this square. But if you walk few mille further you will encounter with multiple stores, restaurants, cinemas, bars , traditional markets and fashion stores.

From Plaza España you can easily get to the Egyptian Templo de Debod a curious gift received from the Egyptian government in 1968. And the Parque del Oeste is a huge park where you can have a romantic date, do footing or enjoy the precious views to the Cathedral de la Almudena or to the Palacio Real.

what you can't miss



Templo de Debod

Located to the west of Plaza de España is this building of ancient Egypt famous for its sunsets. The temple was donated to Spain by the Egyptian government.


Paseo Pintor Rosales

Pleasant road bordering the ancient Prince Pio mountain. Royal Palace: Official residence of the Spanish Royal Family. The Royal Botica and the Garden of the Campo del Moro are two must!


Plaza España

Located between the historic Gran Vía and Calle Princesa, the Plaza de España is one of the main centres of the city and is a very popular place for tourists and locals alike.


Palacio Real

The Royal Palace sits on the site of the old Alcázar de Madrid, a medieval fortress converted into a sumptuous palace by Juan II, Carlos V and Felipe II, which converted it into the official residence of the kings of Spain in 1561.


Catedral de la Almudena

This imposing church, along with its neighboring Royal Palace, is one of the most visited places in the city.



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