Three roundabouts (Ruiz Jimenez, Bilbao and Alonso Martínez) connect these four tree-lined boulevards - Alberto ... More
Three roundabouts (Ruiz Jimenez, Bilbao and Alonso Martínez) connect these four tree-lined boulevards - Alberto Aguilera, Carranza, Sagasta and Genova - to each other. They correspond to what was the northern part of the old city wall. The northern gate was where the Bilbao roundabout now stands. It's an area that's well worth a visit if you want to really get to know Madrid because it's full of the usual contradictions - it's calm and noisy, elitist and working class - all at the same time. There are lots of good bars around Bilbao and Alonso Martínez for drinks and tapas.
The Biblioteca Nacional (National Library) is the head of the Spanish Library System, responsible for identifying, preserving, conserving, and disseminating
information about Spain's heritage and culture.
The continuation of Gran Vía that links Plaza de España to Moncloa offers something for shoppers, cinema fans and art
lovers. The Renoir cinema is here on pretty Plaza de los Cubos. A little further along, on the other ...
The BEST WESTERN Hotel Los Condes is located close to the Gran Via Street in the heart of downtown Madrid.
The hotel is situated on a quiet pedestrian street famous for its bookshops. The hotel has 68 rooms and ...