This vibrant district is full of small stores, restaurants, coffee shops, ice cream parlors and bars. Many people waking around in this very friendly neighborhood.
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We stayed just North of here when we visited Madrid last and loved walking around its streets which are full of small bars, cafes and independent shops. Plus it feels safe and not full of tourists. We notices that a number of new shops have...More
As one of the world's largest LGBTQ havens in Madrid, Chueca provides an incredible atmosphere that is both liberal and contagiously fun. It's a must-visit for all LGBTQ travelers and also for anyone who wants to witness some of Madrid's flamboyance and flair. Great place!
A nice area in the city of Madrid with narrow streets to walk around. Has many bars cafes and shops. You can enjoy a night out there and visit a few bars for a drink. It is considered the gay area of the city but...More
My husband and I stayed here in Chueca. We didn't know what to expect. We found the people to be very friendly, the neighborhood lively, and we felt safe. Centrally located, this was the perfect place to stay. Close to the metro and close enough...More
Crowded outdoor cafes with people sharing tables, food and conversation. Families with children welcome. Wonderful neighborhood.
Great barrio with narrow streets just full of the hippest shops. Our hostel was in this area and it was a convienent place to be based. There are good options for Tapas Bars as well.
A bustling hip shopping area along Fuencarral and the side streets only hint at the LGBT community that works and lives in this neighborhood, one that evolves in the evening to a large number of gay venues as well as fun and good restaurants, spilling...More
I have this thing about being able to do what I want when I want to however, as a wheelchair user Madrid well the Cheuca District is way from being accessible. Most bars have steps to enter, and then the toilets are either downstairs or...More