The Salamanca quarter is an elegant grid network and home to Madrid’s bourgeoisie.Dont forget to down Calle Serrano, lined with designer fashion stores and sophisticated hangouts, perfect for people-watching. Soak up the atmosphere in Madrid’s famous Café Gijon where age-old tradition is kept alive by a typically Spanish clientele. Visit a wealth of museums in the area, and enjoy the vibrant culture of the capital starting with the beautiful palace which houses the Lázaro Galdiano’s impressive art and literature collection.
ABC Serrano shopping centre , restaurants and Reebook Sports Club Madrid
C/ Serrano, 47
Good tapas and menu restauran with more than 40 years of history
C/ Serrano, 118
Spanish food restaurant with Rich plates of Castillian spanish gastronomy , from that it is necessary to distinguish the roast lamb, Aranda's Black pudding, mixed salads and, to end, domestic puff-pastry. Agreeable and festive environment.
C/Diego de Leon,9
91 563 02 46
Italian restaurant where it can enjoy a big variety of italian dishes in a cosy and confortable atmosphere
C/ Serrano, 91
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Paseo del Prado s/n
Open from tuesday to saturday 09.30 to 20.00 , sundays and bank holidays 10.00 to 15.00. Closed on mondays
C/ General Martinez Campos, 37
Open from monday to sunday from 10.00 to 16.30.Closed on tuesdays
C/ Serrano, 122
Open from monday to saturday from 10.00 to 21.00 and sundays from 10.00 to 14.30.
C/ Santa Isabel, 52