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Roumena
July 6, 2021
Considered the "hippest" part of town, this is a must for anyone looking for Madrileño nightlife. But don't let this fool you - it's also one of the most historic neighborhoods. Its main plaza, Plaza de Dos de Mayo, was home to the battle in 1802 against Napoleon. Now the plaza is full of charming cafés and restaurants. Malasaña was also home to Madrid’s breaking movement known as La Movida Madrileña, which began after the fall of Franco’s dictatorship in the late 70's. You'll see remnants of graffiti as you walk through the tight streets, lined with vintage shops, trendy coffee shops, tattoo parlors, and hipster restaurnats. Its main street, Fuencarral, the shopping street of Madrid, runs parallel to Calle Hortaleza, linking Malasaña and Chueca (the gay quarter). 𝐍𝐨𝐭𝐚𝐛𝐥𝐞 𝐏𝐥𝐚𝐜𝐞𝐬 🥘 Food • 🍹 Drinks • ☕ Coffee • 🎨 Art • 👀 Don't miss 🍹 Mercado San Ildefonso (avoid the food as it is overly priced, but drinks are good and the vibe is solid.) ☕ La Bicicleta Cafe - brunch & coffee + coworking throughout the week 🍹 La Paracaidista - a three story building complete with alternative Cinema, rooftop bar, and Cuban restaurant 👀 Plaza dos de Mayo - restaurants, coffee shops & botellon (drinking on the street. Technically prohibited, but still continues to be a favorite pastime for Madrileños.) 🥘 Noches de Moscu - take a voyage to Russia in the restaurant famously featured on Hell's Kitchen. Try the caviar and blini flights for an Eastern-European delight. 🍹 La Via Lactea - late night dive bar popular with locals and visitors alike 🍹 1862 Dry Bar - elegant bar with professionally crafted cocktails ☕ Hanso Cafe - one of many hipster coffee shops with good specialty coffee & snacks 🍹 V Manneken - great cocktail bar ran by a grumpy Russian and crazy Polish guy. Cash only... 😉 ☕ Carmencita - popular brunch bites, reserve beforehand. 🍹 Vacaciones bar & Ojala - one across from the other, both great places to stop by for a drink. Ojala is worth a visit if you can't make it to the beach - the basement is covered in sand! 🥘 Pez Tortilla - my favorite place for the Spanish tortilla. They have the original plus a variety of others like brie and Spanish jam with truffle. There is also a location in La Latina. 🥘 Bodega La Ardosa - going strong since 1892, the wood-panelled bar of Bodega de la Ardosa is brimful with charm. To come here and not try the artichokes or tortilla de patatas (potato and onion omelette) would be a crime.
Considered the "hippest" part of town, this is a must for anyone looking for Madrileño nightlife. But don't let this fool you - it's also one of the most historic neighborhoods. Its main plaza, Plaza de Dos de Mayo, was home to the battle in 1802 against Napoleon. Now the plaza is full of charming c…
Carlos
June 29, 2020
The Industrial Studio in Malasaña is placed in the heart of Madrid, 2-minute walk to Noviciado Station (Line 2), 5 minutes to Gran Via, There are 24 hours bus links for easy access across Madrid. It is the perfect location to enjoy Madrid on foot! Here are different walking distances to famous places: 7-minute walk to Plaza del Callao 6-minute walk to Plaza de España 9-minute walk to Telefónica Building
The Industrial Studio in Malasaña is placed in the heart of Madrid, 2-minute walk to Noviciado Station (Line 2), 5 minutes to Gran Via, There are 24 hours bus links for easy access across Madrid. It is the perfect location to enjoy Madrid on foot! Here are different walking distances to famous plac…
Francesco
January 25, 2020
Malasaña is associated with a creative and counter-cultural scene. Great places to eat or have a coffee!
Wim
November 15, 2019
Many restaurants and bars. Popular with students
Leonoor
December 20, 2016
It's the lively centre of the city!

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