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Visiting Gran Vía in Madrid offers a unique experience that combines history, culture, shopping, and entertainment in the heart of the capital. With its iconic architecture, internationally renowned shops, and vibrant nightlife, Gran Vía is a must-visit to feel the essence of Madrid with every step.

Stay at Vitium Urban Suites and enjoy Gran Vía

 Vitium Urban Suites boasts a privileged location at number 61 Gran Vía. This emblematic street, perhaps the most important one in Madrid due to its location and activity, is a must-visit for all who come to the capital. It hosts all kinds of shops, theaters, cinemas, and leisure venues for the enjoyment of both Madrileños and visitors to this great European capital that is Madrid.

Places to visit near the Gran Via

The New Plaza de España

Very close to Vitium, just 300 meters away, you can visit Plaza de España and enjoy its gardens and monuments. This plaza, with over a century of history, features a monumental fountain at its center dedicated to Miguel de Cervantes and the characters of Don Quixote, the most important novel written in the Spanish language. Surrounding it are a few of Madrid’s emblematic buildings such as the Torre de Madrid and the Edificio España. It has recently been renovated, both in its urban layout and its main buildings.

Puerta del Sol

Puerta del Sol is the most representative symbol of this crossroads that is Madrid. The zero kilometer point of all Spanish roads, it houses the seat of the Government of the Community of Madrid, as well as its iconic clock, the center of attention on the most magical night of the year when all Spaniards await its chimes to bid farewell to the old year and welcome the new. It also features the equestrian statue dedicated to Carlos III, the king who promoted the modernization of Madrid and helped transform it into the great capital it is today.

Plaza de Callao

Plaza de Callao is a must-visit meeting point for both Madrileños and visitors, as it is home to the most important cinemas in the capital. This plaza has hosted major film premieres and has been visited by big cinema stars, both national and international. Its excellent location in the heart of the city and superb public transportation connections make it one of the most visited squares in the city.

Plaza de Cibeles

Plaza de Cibeles, besides being the venue for sporting successes celebrations, is also the seat of the City Hall and the Bank of Spain. This historic plaza, featuring the fountain dedicated to the goddess Cibeles at its center, is one of the nerve centers of the city, located at the beginning of the Paseo del Arte (Art Walk), where three of the city’s main museums are located: Thyssen, Prado, and the Reina Sofía Art Center, landmarks for all art lovers.

Shopping on Gran Vía

And of course, no trip is complete without some good shopping. On Gran Vía, you can find all kinds of souvenirs for family and friends, as well as for yourself, whether you’re in Madrid for work or tourism. Gran Vía is home to major national and international brands, offering a variety of items for you to take a piece of Madrid with you in your suitcase.

Nightlife in Malasaña

Malasaña was the birthplace of the legendary “Movida Madrileña” in the 70s and 80s. This area, bustling with nightlife, is a must-visit for anyone looking to immerse themselves in Madrid’s nightlife and atmosphere. Its numerous leisure venues makes Malasaña one of the main areas to enjoy Madrid’s nightlife.

All of this awaits you in Madrid. And in Madrid, there’s Vitium, so you can enjoy your visit to Madrid and everything the city has to offer.

We look forward to welcoming you!

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