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Monument / Point de repère
“Egyptian temple of the 2nd century BC that was donated by Egypt to Spain in gratitude for the help given to save the temples of Abu Simbel together with UNESCO in 1968. DO NOT MISS THE SUNSET!! ”
  • Recommandé par 313 habitants
Plaza
“Appartement calme, proche de tout (métro à 3 min), rue piétonne, idéal avec enfants.”
  • Recommandé par 90 habitants
Monument / Point de repère
“A reconstructed Egyptian temple gifted to the city by Egypt. Beautiful at sunset. ”
  • Recommandé par 89 habitants
Marché
“Malasaña lives in perpetual rebellion. The most avant-garde barrio in Madrid, it’s home to candy-colored buildings and technicolor street art, all drenched in Spanish sunshine. Waking from a late slumber, the neighborhood gently crescendos into joyful chaos, first signaled by the clink of tattooed baristas pouring the trendiest café con leches in the city. MOST SHARED 1 Jennifer Lopez Closes the Versace Show in Her Iconic Grammys Dress 2 Emmys 2019 Red Carpet: All The Dresses & Fashion Tonight 3 Watch Jennifer Lopez Tell the Story of Her Green Versace Dress LIVING > TRAVEL Where to Eat and Shop in Malasaña, the Williamsburg of Madrid JULY 23, 2018 1:35 AM by ELIZABETH WELLINGTON Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest ShareShare on Google+Share on Email Plaza del Dos de Mayo in Malasaña Plaza del Dos de Mayo in Malasaña Photo: Courtesy of Elizabeth Wellington FacebookPinterest Malasaña lives in perpetual rebellion. The most avant-garde barrio in Madrid, it’s home to candy-colored buildings and technicolor street art, all drenched in Spanish sunshine. Waking from a late slumber, the neighborhood gently crescendos into joyful chaos, first signaled by the clink of tattooed baristas pouring the trendiest café con leches in the city. Plant-filled balconies in Malasaña's Plaza de San Ildefonso Plant-filled balconies in Malasaña's Plaza de San Ildefonso Photo: Courtesy of Elizabeth Wellington FacebookPinterest Under a splattering of graffiti, Spanish abuelas sweep their stoops as the sun peeks over wrought iron balconies. These women have always lived here, through the reincarnations of the barrio named for Manuela Malasaña, a 15-year-old girl who defended her honor to the death, with pluck and a pair of scissors, against occupying Napoleonic forces. The young icon imbued her eponymous neighborhood with an edge that’s only ripened over time. Malasaña’s riotous streets gave way to La Movida Madrileña, the 80s countercultural movement that tumbled out of the country’s transition to democracy. The same streets now sometimes garner eye rolls from locals, who may balk at its hipster revolution but lay claim to Malasaña’s enviable bars and boutiques nonetheless.”
  • Recommandé par 67 habitants
Plaza
“Malasaña square with terraces, small market on sundays and bohemian atmosphere.”
  • Recommandé par 84 habitants
Medical Center
“El Centro Cultural Conde Duque era un cuartel militar del siglo 18. Dentro de sus majestuosas puertas el centro tiene una biblioteca, teatro, dos espacios de exposiciones y mucho, mucho, más. Es un sitio inolvidable. This center was once an 18th century military barracks that is now home to a theatre, library, two art exposition spaces as well as a permanent contemporary art collection. There's always something happening there. Do go and check it out, you won't be disappointed. ”
  • Recommandé par 68 habitants
Entertainment
“One of the oldest theatres in Madrid, build in 1879. You can watch the play "Burundanga", the musical "La Llamada", and many others.”
  • Recommandé par 30 habitants
Route
“Plaza de España is a large square, a popular tourist destination located in central Madrid at the western end of the Gran Vía. It features a monument to Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra and is adjacent to two of Madrid's most prominent skyscrapers. Additionally, the Palacio Real (Royal Palace) is only a short walk south from the plaza.”
  • Recommandé par 27 habitants
Restaurant
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“The first Beach in Town! Have a brunch at their terrace in Calle San Andres 1 , or go downstairs to their secret beach to have a drink! ”
  • Recommandé par 46 habitants
Plaza
“metro, connected with noviciate (you can walk underground from the two station, 3 minutes walking)”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Restaurant
“Agréable terrasse et joli restaurants avec bons mojitos à deux pas de l' appartement”
  • Recommandé par 44 habitants
Place to shop
“Large popular chain shopping store for clothes, sports, house wear, toys, electronics, etc etc. You can find just about anything!!! On the underground floor there is a very large super-market with a large variety of food products.”
  • Recommandé par 30 habitants
Musée d'art
“Romantic Spain in its prime. The Palace of the leader of the Carlistas movement. Ladies are going to love it, a 10 minute walk from the flat. ”
  • Recommandé par 38 habitants
Café
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“Perfect spot to have Brunch, nice terrace. Good food and nice variety of dishes. $$.”
  • Recommandé par 37 habitants
Tapas Restaurant
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“Typical Spanish bar/restaurant to enjoy a caña and some tapas, specially jamón serrano.”
  • Recommandé par 13 habitants
Bar
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“They varied "tapas" at a reasonable price. The only problem is that usually full of people. Tienen tapas variadas y a un precio razonable. El único problam es que suel estar lleno de gente”
  • Recommandé par 9 habitants