This neighborhood is right in the center of Madrid, located between La Gran Vía and Plaza Mayor. It is highly recognized for city attractions such as Puerta Del Sol and Oso y el Madrpño. The opening of the Four Seasons has turned the neighborhood around, making it a more luxurious area, with multiple luxury stores, […]

Huertas cortes

This neighborhood acquired its name by the Congress of Deputies, however, it is also known as Huertas Cortes. It is bordered to the north by Calle Gran Vía and Calle de Alcalá, to the east by Paseo del Prado, to the south by Calle de Atocha and to the West by Calle de la Cruz. […]


This neighborhood is recognized for its typical castizo architecture, narrow streets, restaurants, atmosphere and art. It is a neighborhood with a lot of demand for young people or families. Many times compared with SOHO of London and NYC.


Los Jerónimos neighborhood is surrounded by art, culture and green spaces. It is located just to the west of El Retiro Park, close to the Prado Museum, Plaza Cibeles, Ministry of Agriculture and the Royal Botanical Garden. Here you can enjoy its wide pedestrian streets, restaurants and the arts. It is one of the most […]


These neighborhoods are recognized for their wide boulevards, shops and radiant architecture. Many families reside in Chamberí and enjoy the gastronomic culture of Calle Ponzano. There are several squares where you can appreciate its neo-Gothic and modernist facades and majestic portals.

Recoletos, Salamanca

This neighborhood is known for its variety of restaurants. The Recoletos neighborhood is on the northern part of the Retiro Park, where many important buildings are found, such as the National Library, the National Archaeological Museum or the Church of San Manuel and San Benito. It is a highly exclusive neighborhood and is recognized for […]

Castellana, Salamanca

This neighborhood is characterized by its variety of restaurants, shops, and the Paseo de la Castellana. It is limited by María de Molina street to the north, Príncipe de Vergara to the east, Paseo de la Castellana to the west and Don Ramón de la Cruz street to the south.

Goya, Salamanca

This neighborhood is a perfect fit for those who are looking for a good atmosphere, commercial premises, elegance and taste. Here we can find the Palacio de los Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Wizink Center), Nuevo Teatro Alcalá and La Real Casa de la Moneda. At the northeast end is the busy Plaza de […]


The Salamanca district is one of the most prestigious in the city and the fourth of the 21 Madrid municipal districts. The first dwellings began in the 1870s and now occupy 2,300 hectares. This district is recognized for its bourgeois style buildings and refined taste with wide and perpendicular streets. It is made up of […]