Sol – Preciados – Carmen

In the historic center of Madrid, next to the Puerta del Sol, are the Preciados and Carmen streets, the first shopping center opened in the Spanish capital.

Plaza Mayor – Arenal

Madrid de los Austrias is an area that includes some key points of the historic center of the city, where the Plaza Mayor, Plaza de Oriente and Plaza de la Villa are its central nuclei of this neighborhood or commercial area.

Embajadores – Rastro – Lavapiés

Barrio de Embajadores is one of the six official neighborhoods of the Central District of Madrid, comprising the area of Lavapiés and El Rastro.

Barrio De Las Letras

Barrio de Las Letras is a commercial area with its own stamp in Madrid, which has become a must for all.

Barrio de Salamanca

The Barrio de Salamanca, also known as Madrid’s Golden Mile both for who lived in it and for the type of shops.

Conde – Duque

Crossing Calle San Bernardo we enter the area of Conde Duque, which borders on the west with the Plaza de España and Calle Princesa and whose protagonist is its Cultural Center.

Salesas

Salesas Village is a project of management, communication and commercial dynamisation to turn the Salesas area into one of the most notorious commercial areas of the city of Madrid.

Barrio de Chueca – Malasaña

The neighborhood of Chueca, better known as the Soho of Madrid, is bounded by Paseo de Recoletos, Gran Vía, Calle de Fuencarral and Fernando VI. Its nerve center is the Plaza de Chueca from which it receives its name.

Princesa – Argüelles

The Princesa – Argüelles area is a very commercial environment where fashion, new technologies, gifts, cosmetics and beauty.

Goya – Alcalá

The triangle between Buen Retiro Park and Quinta de la Fuente del Berro is one of the quietest areas of the city center due to its active neighborhood life.

Chamberí

Crossing Calle San Bernardo we enter the area of Conde Duque, which borders on the west with the Plaza de España and Calle Princesa and whose protagonist is its Cultural Center.

Azca – Orense

The AZCA shopping area offers an infinite selection of products in fashion, leisure and gastronomy. A key place to visit by visitors and locals.

Bernabéu – Costa Fleming

This zone includes from the east of the Castellana, to the Paseo de la Habana in addition to the “Bernabéu” and Plaza de Castilla.

Bravo Murillo

The Bravo Murillo zone runs through the districts of Chamberí and Tetuán in a south-north direction from the Quevedo roundabout, near the center of the city, to Plaza de Castilla.

Gran Vía – Fuencarral

The Gran Vía Zone includes from the Puerta de Alcalá to the Puerta de Alcalá and its street. Theaters and fashion stores are the protagonists, the INDITEX group stores and the new Primark store prevail.