CHUECA: THE MOST VARIED GAY NEIGHBORHOOD

Chueca in the gay neighborhood par excellence and this is the side most visitors get to know. But, in addition to being an area in which you can breathe in freedom on every corner, it is an area with shops and restaurants that cater for every taste.

In the streets around SlowSuites daily rental flats there is a great a mixture of small businesses together with little workshops and stores selling wonderful things. The coffee shops are decorated with care and style, and they have a wonderful atmosphere. At night Chueca turns into lively and entertaining neighborhood.

MALASAÑA

Malasaña has always been a neighborhood with a bit of a wild streak. All the urban trends find their little corner here, which turns the area into a true melting pot of people and cultures.

Fashion and music reflect the young at heart spirit of Malasaña. Its squares fill up with terraces and it seems time ticks at a different speed here. You will be able to savor the best urban culture in this area.

GRAN VÍA IS JUST ROUND THE CORNER

Gran Vía is just a five minute walk from Slow Suites Augusto daily rental flats. Just by strolling along and looking at the buildings and people walking along its pavements, both locals and visitors can enjoy the true spirit of this great city.

In addition, a wide offer of leisure activities is to be found on every corner. Cinema, concerts and theater which all turn Madrid into the city that never sleeps.

CÍRCULO DE BELLAS ARTES

The Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid is only 2 minutes away on foot and is one of the great cultural references of Spain and Europe. This entity has been promoting the creation and disseminating all branches of art and human knowledge since the nineteenth century: cinema, theater, literature, plastic arts or even science and philosophy find their place here.

Created in 1880, the Círculo de Bellas Artes is an imposing building that is emblematic at the same time. In addition, on its top floor you can enjoy an excellent panoramic view of the center of this wonderful city at 56 meters high.

BANK OF SPAIN AND CIBELES

The fountain of the goddess Cibeles is known worldwide by football lovers for being the venue for the Real Madrid titles. However, perhaps not all of them know that its strategic location also hosts two other major institutions of the city: The City Council and the Bank of Spain.

The Palacio de Cibeles is an imposing building with a white facade that houses an exhibition center. In its last floor it is crowned by a viewpoint from which you can enjoy an excellent view of Madrid

PASEO DE RECOLETOS

Paseo de Recoletos is less than five minutes from the holiday apartments Slow Suites Bellas Artes. This is one of the stateliest sections of the artery that runs through Madrid from North to South. In its upper end it connects with the well-known Paseo de la Castellana, while in the lower it connects with Paseo del Prado.
This area reminds the most aristocratic Madrid. In Paseo de Recoletos, in addition to marveling at its beautiful cafes, you can visit the National Library, the Wax Museum or Casa de América.

PRADO MUSEUM

The Paseo del Prado is an impressive landscaped boulevard that connects the great museums of the city. It forms part of the axis that runs through Madrid from north to south: it starts at Plaza de Cibeles and reaches Glorieta de Atocha.

In its 1,100 meters in length it welcomes such unmissable places as Palacio de la Bolsa, the Thyssen-Bornemizsa Museum, the Neptune Fountain, the Caixa Forum or the essential Prado Museum.

PUERTA DEL SOL

Considered the center of the city, Puerta del Sol is undoubtedly the unmissable stop for all visitors to Madrid. This square is the destination of demonstrations of all kinds.
For tourists and locals, Puerta del Sol is the starting point for an incredible offer of leisure that goes through shopping, catering, cultural offerings and nightlife.

PASEO DEL PRADO

The Paseo del Prado is an impressive landscaped boulevard that connects the great museums of the city. It forms part of the axis that runs through Madrid from north to south: it starts at Plaza de Cibeles and reaches Glorieta de Atocha.
In its 1,100 meters in length it welcomes such unmissable places as Palacio de la Bolsa, the Thyssen-Bornemizsa Museum, the Neptune Fountain, the Caixa Forum or the essential Prado Museum.