This is Madrid's busiest and best-known street. Wide sidewalks, impressive buildings and proximity to the center make it a ... More
This is Madrid's busiest and best-known street. Wide sidewalks, impressive buildings and proximity to the center make it a most desirable residential neighborhood. Some of the most historic buildings include Telefónica HQ, the Central bank and Prensa palace. For shoppers, there's a music store, and a bookstore, Casa del Libro. For entertainment, there's Lope de Vega theatre and for drinks after the show, try Chicote cocktail bar.
Fully equipped apartments at central Madrid, Chueca, Gran Via Sol, Royal Palace, Gran Via, Chamberi, Chamartin, etc to rent for
short term periods for Business and Tourists travellers Amenities:Microwave Oven. In Room Wireless Internet Access. DVD/VCR. In Room Broadband ...
Built in 1784, Basílica de San Francisco El Grande is the largest church in Madrid. It has a huge and
outstanding collection of paintings displayed amongst its seven chapels, including work by Goya, Zurbarán, Alonso Cano, Maella, and Casado ...
Considered an important landmark from Madrid's rich art history, the Museo Nacional del Prado exhibits paintings by Goya, Velázquez, Murillo,
Zurbarán, El Greco, Ribera, Titian, Boticelli, Tintoretto, El Bosco, Rubens, Van Dyck, Poussin and Durer. Carlos III commissioned Juan ...