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Flamenco Show at Torres Bermejas in Madrid
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Reviewed yesterday

I love the buildings that line this big avenue... lovely white colors , funky mod architecture... and places to pop in for drinks including Hemmingways hangout Museo Chicote for a papa doble daiquiri just as he liked them...

Thank Mark H
Reviewed yesterday

This is the least Spanish of Madrid's streets. It reminds of Broadway at its worst. Large, noisy, with lots of movie theaters and hotels. An effort was made the make the street more pleasant. All buildings have had their facade cleaned up and it has...More

Thank mireio75
Reviewed yesterday

We stayed near to Gran Via and walked along it every day. It is the busiest place you can imagine which is made busier by the road and building works going on there. Numerous shops and restaurants set in beautiful buildings. Nice atmosphere. Lots of...More

1  Thank Flantheman2334
Reviewed 3 days ago

as madrid is trying for an award there is a lot of work being done all over the city ,most seems to be done overnight plenty of shops to keep you occupied always felt safe no matter what time of day

1  Thank Steve B
Reviewed 3 days ago

Shops to suit every taste and every budget. Several theatres. Crowded, of course, but not to be missed when visiting Madrid. However, wear comfortable shoes, lots of walking, and be especially vigilant with personal belongings.

Thank Ravenbird524
Reviewed 4 days ago

my friend and I walked up this street several times during our recent stay. If shopping is your thing, then this area will suit you well. Nice shops, and cafes to visit, and many interesting streets leading off it.

Thank Alex J
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This street is a dream for shoppers where they could find large branded shops all over. The architecture of the street is well maintained and symbolises the Spanish way.

Thank Ahmed_Tarek_med
Reviewed 1 week ago

Typical main shopping street with a mix of usual high street names, spanish shops, eating places and theatres. Slightly spoilt by the amount of building work and roadworks in places.

Thank Weirdytwins
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Gran via is a very nice place to walk if your going to madrid.It's huge, has lots of stores and a very nice casino in the middle....and some mcDonalds :D

Thank César R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The city is charming with it’s architectural designs of buildings but too crowded especially during weekends. There are so much shop to choose from if you love to go shopping.

Thank MelizaB10
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side streets. Some of these side streets are wide
pedestrian shopping routes, and some are hidden, so
it's possible to duck in and out of the bustle as
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October 29, 2018|
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Response from Joao B | Reviewed this property |
Hi! From Tryp Madrid Cibeles to Las Ventas is about 5 km, which translates to about an hour of slow walking. If you have time and are up for sightseeing, i recomend you do it by foot. Madrid is nealy all plain, so it's not... More
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Response from Ghassan A | Reviewed this property |
I stayed at the Hyatt Centrix. Across the street there is Primark a practical place for casuals. However that area is full of shops . Mango is a great one for kids stuff. Also the square just north of that hotel has several... More
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