Now one of Madrid's most exclusive residential and commercial neighborhoods, it's associated with wealth and good ... More
Barrio de Salamanca
Now one of Madrid's most exclusive residential and commercial neighborhoods, it's associated with wealth and good taste and is inhabited and frequented by the ultra-conservative upper classes. This is where you'll find the greatest concentration of haute couture outlets, private art galleries and prestigious restaurants. The Marquis of Salamanca invested his money in developing this area of the city between 1860 and 1920 as the capital's population grew significantly.
The baroque shrine's holding images of San Isidro and Santa María de la Cabeza make this nine arched bridge over
the River Manzanares the most attractive in Madrid. It's closed to traffic so you can enjoy walking over it ...
This gate was attached to the old city walls and marked the southern limit of the medieval town. It was
the start of the old road to Toledo and is now the way out to new residential districts on ...
This is the stretch of Paseo de la Castellana that connects Plaza de Colón to Cibeles Fountain . It's spacious
and attractive with garden boulevards between the sidewalks. On your way, you'll pass by some famous landmarks worth visiting, ...
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