Malasaña is a vibrant and eclectic neighborhood located in the heart of Madrid, Spain. Known for its bohemian atmosphere, colorful street art, and lively nightlife, Malasaña is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The area is home to a variety of restaurants, cafes, vintage shops, and small theaters, giving it a unique and charming character. In addition, Malasaña is known for its strong sense of community and activism, as well as its history of rebellion and counterculture. Overall, Malasaña is a must-visit neighborhood for anyone looking to experience the vibrant and artistic side of Madrid.
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- ShoppingRestaurantsLeisureCultureVelarde StreetVelarde street is a vibrant and lively street located in the Malasaña neighbourhood of Madrid, Spain. It is known for its trendy bars, restaurants and cafés, as well as its diverse community of residents and visitors and also vintage shops. The street also hosts various cultural events and festivals throughout the year.80º80º restaurant is a popular dining spot located in the heart of Malasaña, Madrid. It offers a contemporary and casual atmosphere, with a menu focused on Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine, including vegetarian and gluten-free options.Ocean rock barQuite a popular rocker-style tavern. It has a casual style and a very peculiar decoration.Condeduque Contemporary Culture CentreIt hosts a wide range of contemporary cultural events such as art exhibitions, music concerts, theater performances, film screenings, and workshops.La Vía LacteaThis bar and concert hall, located in the premises of a former coal store, has been promoting and disseminating musical creation since 1979, which made it an icon of the well-known movida madrileña.