Gran Vía Madrid
We are on the same Gran Vía, one of the main streets of Madrid
It begins on Alcalá street. and ends in the Plaza de España. It is an important landmark in the city since its construction at the beginning of the 20th century seen from a commercial, tourist and leisure point of view.
In this last aspect it is famous for its cinemas, although in recent years some of them have closed and others have been converted with great success to musical theater, so the The section between Plaza de Callao and Plaza de España is known as Broadway Madrid.
The section between the San Luis network and the Plaza de Callao currently houses numerous national and international fashion chain stores.
Madrid's Gran Vía, known as the "golden mile" of the city, it is one of the most emblematic and lively streets of the Spanish capital. Known for its impressive architecture, luxury shops, theaters and constant bustle, Gran Vía is the heart and soul of Madrid.
Built at the beginning of the 20th century, Gran Vía is a symbol of the development and modernization of Madrid. Its buildings of varied architectural styles, ranging from Art Nouveau to Art Deco and neoclassical, offer an impressive sample of the history and evolution of the city. Walking along this avenue is like taking a trip back in time, where you can appreciate the grandeur and beauty of the historical buildings.
A vibrant experience that combines history, architecture, shopping, entertainment and nightlife in one place. If you visit Madrid, you cannot miss visiting this emblematic avenue and immersing yourself in the energy and excitement that emanates from Gran Vía.