Madrid is a beautiful city and much of its character is offered by its streets, which have managed to evolve and reinvent themselves without losing even a hint of its charm.
Gran Vía street is the most charismatic and well-known street in Madrid. Its construction began in 1910 and to make it a reality it was necessary to demolish more than 300 houses.
It is known as the “Broadway” of Madrid, since decades ago there were many cinemas, many of which closed and there are currently a good number of theaters.
One of the most emblematic is the Lope de Vega, where now the internationally famous musical “The Lion King” is being represented.
The Gran Vía is always full of people and with a quite animated atmosphere since it is one of the neuralgic centers of Madrid. Look everywhere you look, you’ll find restaurants, hotels, coffee shops, fashion stores, etc.