turismo toda espana madrid  Madrid tourist info Things to do in Madrid Madrid Tourist Guide Madrid has a division in neighborhoods and districts, each with a distinctive style. Some old and conservative, other modern and extravagant Spanish capital invites you to explore the corners of his most beautiful and tourist districts in which the monuments of royalty mingle with urbanism.

One of the most beautiful is the Barrio de Salamanca, also known as the Bourbons, as they had initiated its construction. At the start of the urbanization of Madrid, King Carlos III reorganized the Retiro Park and Paseo del Prado with numerous fountains and statues, giving the city its majestic Spanish. The main streets in this neighborhood are Alcalá, Serrano, Goya, Lagasca, Velázquez, P º Castellana, Paseo de Prado, Cibeles spaces, Colón and Puerta de Alcala.

The downtown district is comprised of six districts: Palace, Ambassadors, Courts, Justice, University and Sun Here lies the heart of Madrid and Kilometer Zero, with the most important monuments of the city and the streets with the best shopping . In this area there are many apartments in Madrid to rent for days, and where you can stay comfortably. It is also possible to find apartments in the neighborhood of Lavapies, Spain and Plaza Castilla Square, only a few of the most recommended of Madrid.

The neighborhood of La Latina and Lavapies are two of the oldest in the Spanish capital. The most interesting places to visit are La Puerta del Moro, the Basilica of San Francisco el Grande, Plaza de la Paja, where there is the Church of San Pedro, and the legendary El Rastro flea market which is accessed from the Plaza Mayor and is a must for any tourist curious.

The trendy Chueca is now located in the center of Madrid. Until just a few years ago it was an area with narrow streets without any features that give it personality or distinction. However, from the constant movement of actors, models, singers and musicians began construction of bars, pubs and restaurants. Counting on a daring and flamboyant style, Chueca stores began to fill little by little becoming a Soho Madrid. Also, this is the area where the gay community lives in Madrid in a friendly, cosmopolitan and relaxed. Near the street Fuencarral and San Andres is the Barrio Malasaña and Chueca along with trendiest neighborhoods of Madrid. It is a great area to go for tapas and kitsch has several stores that combine with the turn of the century architecture, as well as many restaurants and cafes very modern.

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