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Gran Vía

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Jeremy
Jeremy
May 15, 2018
Madrid’s 5th Avenue, now full of chain shops but still an interesting architectural amalgamation.
Maria
Maria
July 16, 2018
Gran Vía (literally "Great Way") is an ornate and upscale shopping street located in central Madrid. Today the street is known as the Spanish Broadway, and it is one of the streets with the most nightlife in Europe. It is known as the street that never sleeps. It leads from Calle de Alcalá, close to…
Ignacio
Ignacio
June 22, 2018
You can find all kinds of clothing shops along Gran Via.
Dana
Dana
July 3, 2018
many brands shops, or just to walk around the area
Enri
Enri
June 30, 2018
The Gran Via is one of the things which makes Madrid one of the most cosmopolitan cities in this world. You can find most things here: theatres, cinemas, restaurants, stores, neon lights and lively nightlife.

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Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid