One eye-catching building, the Edificio Carrión, on the corner of Gran Vía and Calle de Jacometrezo, was Madrid’s first pre-WWI...
This nightclub is one of the best places for salsa in Madrid, with Thursday especially good – there's a bit of jazz and other genres...
He has taken his time opening a landmark restaurant in Madrid, but Juan Mari Arzak, one of Spain's most famous chefs, and his...
Gran Vía 47 · interesting places nearby
Exquisite handmade children’s dolls, all beautifully attired and overflowing from the shop window, are proffered here. Inside it also sells toys and intricate dolls’ houses that are works of art; for the last, every single item (furniture, saucepans etc) can be purchased individually. None of it’s cheap, but they’re once-in-a-lifetime purchases. They also sell some select homewares.