El Refugio de Madrid
Antiguo Cuartel del Conde Duque
This grand former barracks dominates Conde Duque on the western fringe of Malasaña with its imposing facade stretching 228m down the...
There's a handkerchief-sized playground with play equipment at the southwestern end of Calle del Conde Duque, where it meets Calle de...
Museo Municipal de Arte Contemporáneo
Closed for major renovation works at the time of research, this rich collection of modern Spanish art includes mostly paintings and...
El Café Sin Nombre
The 'Café With No Name' is one of Conde Duque's many well-kept secrets. With its exposed brickwork and wooden beams, it's a classy,...
Con Dos Fogones
Con Dos Fogones is cool and classy, with bright colours softly lit by designer lamps. The food is everything from salads and hamburgers...
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Styling itself as a bastion of classic rock, this brick-lined bar keeps it simple with beer on tap, posters on the walls of its heroes (among them Jimi Hendrix and ZZ Top) and video clips running around the clock in the background. Unlike some Malasaña rock bars you won’t find too many heavy rockers here; it’s more filled with young, professional punters who love their rock.