Calle Fuencarral

Calle Fuencarral is one of the liveliest areas of the city.  Beginning at the Gran Vía, it extends until the Chamberí neighbourhood, although its nerve centre is in the Malasaña area.

The section up to the Bilbao roundabout, which is mainly pedestrian only, offers many shops with the most modern fashion labels and some of the leading young designers.  There are also painstakingly designed restaurants, as well as other proposals aimed at an urban and alternative public, such as tattoo studios, art and comic bookshops or decoration shops.  

In this area, you can also find many establishments to have a snack, from cafeterias to all types of restaurants, in Calle Fuencarral and in the adjacent streets. This entire area is one of the liveliest in the Madrid nightlife.  

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Direction

Calle
Fuencarral, s/n
28013
Tourist area: 
Malasaña
Tipo información turística: 
Metro: 
Bilbao (L1, L4)
Chueca (L5)
Gran Vía (L1, L5)
Tribunal (L1, L10)
Local train (Cercanías): 
Madrid-Sol
Bus: 
1, 2, 3, 21, 37, 40, 46, 74, 146, 147, 149, M2
Price: 

Free access.