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Callao Square

Plaza del Callao, Madrid, Spain, 28013

The historic Callao Square in the heart of the Spanish capital is home to the 1920s Palace Press and the Music Palace movie theaters. From this spot, head to the famous square Puerta del Sol and Calle Preciados, the city’s main shopping street.

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0.1 mi / 184 meters away

Teatro Real

Plaza de Isabel II, Madrid, Spain, 28013

Get your culture fix at this grand theater in Plaza de Isabel II that hosts acclaimed international opera singers and state-of-the-art dance productions.

0.3 mi / 505 meters away

Panta Rhei

Calle Hernán Cortés 7, Madrid, Spain, 28004

This well-known bookstore is a must for fans of the visual arts. It’s the place to find books on a wide range of subjects from advertising to fashion. You’ll also find special editions and a children’s section, together with a gallery specializing in illustration.

0.3 mi / 520 meters away

Teatro de la Luz Philips Gran Vía

Calle Gran Vía 66, Madrid, Spain, 28013

This is one of Madrid’s traditional theatres but was originally a cinema. It hosts a wide variety of plays, musicals, and small concerts.

0.3 mi / 526 meters away

Mercado de San Anton

Calle de Augusto Figueroa 24B, Madrid, Spain, 28004

El Mercado de San Antón is a sustainable market where locals pick up their fresh produce. It’s a fun spot to grab a bite from a food stall or the top-floor restaurant and soak up the atmosphere.

0.4 mi / 570 meters away

Plaza de Chueca

Plaza de Chueca 33, Madrid, Spain, 28004

Plaza de Chueca has been revitalized by the LGBTQ community and is a popular gathering place with trendy boutiques, cafés, and markets. Stroll around and soak up the atmosphere or go all the way and party hard with the locals.

0.4 mi / 591 meters away

Museo Lope de Vega

Calle de Cervantes 11, Madrid, Spain, 28014

This house-museum, the former home of Lope de Vega, celebrates the life of the famous literary writer and provides a fascinating insight into life in Spain’s Golden Age.

0.5 mi / 800 meters away

Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza

Paseo del Prado 8, Madrid, Spain, 28014

Immerse yourself in European art at this museum, which is part of Madrid’s Paseo del Arte (Art Walk), and houses works from as early as the 13th century. It features art from masters like Van Gogh, Degas, Monet, and many others.

0.5 mi / 857 meters away

Plaza de España

Plaza de España, Madrid, Spain, 28008

At the end of Gran Vía you’ll discover the Plaza de España, which was created in the 1920s and is considered one of the city’s most important squares. Around it, you'll see some of the first skyscrapers built in the city, such as the Torre de Madrid, and at the center is a monument featuring the Spanish novelist and poet Miguel de Cervantes.

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0.6 mi / 911 meters away

La Latina

Calle de la Cava Alta 3-Bajo, Madrid, Spain, 28005

Live like a local and head to the lively barrio of La Latina. Set on the site of a medieval fort, it’s filled with tapas bars and cantinas along its narrow lanes. You’ll also find El Rastro, the popular flea market, San Francisco el Grande Basilica with Goya paintings, and the towering Moorish San Pedro el Real church.

0.6 mi / 917 meters away


Calle Argensola 4, Madrid, Spain, 28004

Revamp your wardrobe at this hip shop in the Salesas area in downtown Madrid that features menswear from some of Spain’s coolest fashion designers.

0.6 mi / 933 meters away

Basilica de Jesus Medinacelli

28014, Plaza Jesús 2, Madrid, Spain, 28014

La Basilica de Jesús Medinaceli is a Roman Catholic church with ornate stained-glass windows that is famous for its statue of Cristo de Medinaceli, a 17th-Century Nazarene Christ.

0.6 mi / 933 meters away

Museo del Prado

Paseo del Prado, Madrid, Spain, 28014

Wander through the halls and galleries of this impressive museum to see artworks by Spanish and other European masters including Goya, El Greco, and Rubens.

0.6 mi / 1.0 km away

Mercado de la Cebada

Plaza de la Cebada, Madrid, Spain, 28005

Mercado de la Cebada is one of the biggest markets in Madrid and is worth visiting to experience the atmosphere. Inspired by Les Halles de París market in the French capital, it features fresh produce, meat, and seafood, as well as casual dining options, fashion, and accessories.

0.7 mi / 1.1 km away

The "Alcalá Gate"

Plaza de la Independencia 1, Madrid, Spain, 28001

Puerta de Alcalá (Alcalá Gate) is one of Madrid’s most important monuments. This grand neoclassical arch leads into El Retiro park.

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0.7 mi / 1.2 km away

El Retiro

Plaza de la Independencia 7, Madrid, Spain, 28001

This is one of the most popular city parks and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This lush oasis is home to sculptures, monuments, museums, and gardens. It is also a great place for biking, running, or disconnecting from the buzz of Madrid

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0.8 mi / 1.3 km away

Plaza de Colón

Plaza de Colón, Madrid, Spain, 28004

Soak up the atmosphere at this famous historic plaza where you'll discover a fountain, an enormous Spanish flag, gardens, and more.

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0.8 mi / 1.3 km away

The National Archaeological Museum

Calle de Serrano 13, Madrid, Spain, 28001

The National Archaeological Museum, founded in 1867 by Queen Isabella II, showcases archaeological, ethnographical, and decorative art collections from past monarchs.

0.8 mi / 1.3 km away

Palacio de Cristal

El Palacio de Cristal (Glass Palace) in El Retiro Park is famous for its glass and cast-iron architecture. This former greenhouse hosts an array of temporary exhibitions all year round.

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1.2 mi / 2.0 km away

Callejón de Serrano

Serrano 63, Madrid, Spain, 28002

El Callejón de Serrano is located in one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Madrid. Enjoy great conversation, live music, and a party atmosphere at this club-style venue and popular gathering spot.

1.2 mi / 2.0 km away

Alcalá de Henares

Alcala de Henares, Madrid, Spain, 28801

This Spanish city—the world’s first planned university city—lies 30 km northeast of Madrid. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was also the birthplace of Miguel de Cervantes, who is better known as Don Quixote. While exploring, head to the Roman ruins at nearby Complutum.

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18.3 mi / 29.5 km away


Calle del Real 15, Madrid, Spain, 28300

Walk in the footsteps of Spanish kings and queens who used to spend spring at the city’s royal palace. This is another UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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27.2 mi / 43.7 km away


Segovia, Spain, 40006

This ancient city is known for its history and its gastronomy. Explore the iconic aqueduct built during the Roman Empire, visit the cathedral and old castle, pick up some handcrafted gifts to take home, or sample traditional Segovian cuisine.

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41.5 mi / 66.7 km away


Toledo, 45001

This city offers a rich mix of cultures and religions. The city walls were built during the Roman era and then modified by the Arabs. During your visit, it’s worth exploring the Monasterio de Juan de los Reyes and the Catedral de Santa María.

42.2 mi / 67.9 km away
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