Building at Gran Vía 34

Majestic property located in one of the main streets in Madrid, popular for being the headquarters of the prestigious fashion house  in the television series, Velvet.

Palacio de la Duquesa de Sueca

This 18th century building stands between Lavapiés and La Latina and is popular as it is the façade of  The Ministry of Time, a series shown on TVE.


Viaje de Agua de Amaniel

The hydraulic infrastructure that supplied water to the Royal Palace can be visited free of charge following its restoration, in Dehesa de la Villa.


Monumento a los Héroes de Baler

Sculpture by Salvador Amaya which pays tribute to the Spanish detachment, known as the “Last of the Philippines”, in the Chamberí neighbourhood.

Puerta Real del Jardín Botánico

Designed by Francesco Sabatini in 1774, it’s one of the finest examples of Neoclassical architecture in Madrid.

Felipe IV Gate

The oldest monumental entrance to El Retiro Park dates back to the seventeenth century and pays tribute to Maria Anna of Neuburg, King Charles II’s second wife.

Palacio del Infante Don Luis

Built by Ventura Rodríguez, this is one of the most outstanding works of Madrid neoclassicism.

El Vecino Curioso

This bronze statue of a man observing the archaeological remains stands alongside the ruins of the Almudena Church, next to Calle Mayor.

La Abuela roquera

Busto de granito y bronce que rinde homenaje a Ángeles Rodríguez Hidalgo, vecina de Vallecas aficionada al rock duro y personaje destacado de la cultura popular vallecana.

La Sirena Varada

Concrete sculpture by Eduardo Chillida which forms part of the Open-Air Sculpture Museum  on the Paseo de la Castellana.


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