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Gran Via Street
Gran Via is considered the main shopping center in Madrid, and it is an active street almost throughout the day, and it is crowded with people who move between Puerta de Sol Square, Malasania and Chueca district, where nightlife is noticeably active, and it also includes The street has many shops, and it is possible to walk to reach the most prominent tourist attractions in Madrid, such as Real Madrid Stadium, Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, Royal Palace of Madrid on the west side of the street, Prado Museum and Atocha subway station on the eastern side.
Plaza Mayor Square
Plaza Mayor is strategically located in the center of Madrid, and got its current name after the Spanish Civil War, which is a rectangular square that contains nine main entrances, surrounded by historical buildings consisting of three floors with a total of 237 balcony overlooking the square And in the middle is a bronze statue of King Philip III of 1616 AD, and the square was built in 1560 AD during the reign of Philip II, and Philip III put the finishing touches on it before its opening in 1620 AD, and the square includes the city market, a bullring, an execution site, coronation site, and the Inquisition, Cafes, and pain Feeder, bars.
Market el Rastro is one of the most prominent markets in Madrid, and it is a popular market that takes place on Sundays and public holidays, and is an eclectic mix of traditional tools, clothing, used equipment, and daily household goods that the locals may need. This market was created since The Middle Ages, and is one of the oldest markets in Europe, and the market includes about a thousand kiosks containing various types of goods; such as artwork, rare books, birds and pets, and movie tickets, as well as many of the local food and drinks served by these kiosks on the street.
Reina Sofia Museum
The Centro de Arte Reina Sofía is home to contemporary art in Madrid, and houses many famous artworks, such as Picasso paintings and the magnificent artworks of Salvador Dali and Juan Miro, all of which are among the most famous artworks in Spain, and other art collections Amazingly, dating from the twentieth century to the eighties, tickets can be purchased to enter the museum online at reduced prices and less expensive.