A mix of musical styles in Barrio de Las Letras (Literary Quarter), once home to the literary masters of the Spanish Golden Age.
Malasaña has retained the soul of the movida madrileña underground movement that emerged in the 1980s and is marked by the latest fashion.
Since the 1990s, Chueca has been Madrid’s favourite gay hotspot for national and foreign visitors who look for tolerant districts to go out at night.
Nightlife in Princesa will make you feel forever young.
After the sun sets, let yourself be dazzled by Barrio de Salamanca and revel in its elegant and luxurious atmosphere.
Get lost in the maze of narrow, winding streets of La Latina to take in its flavours and rhythms.
Reggae, hip-hop, rock, flamenco and belly-dancing merge at night in this multicultural heart of Madrid.
Lovers of classical music will find everything they need for a memorable night in Madrid de los Austrias.
When the neon signs advertising musicals in Madrid are turned on, Gran Vía and Puerta del Sol are ready to wake up.
After work venues, clubs and pubs turn the heart of Madrid’s financial district into a place for night owls.