Chueca y Malasaña, Madrid

The neighborhoods in Madrid near where we rented an apartment for our Europe 2014 trip
Bodega la ardosa Buena tortilla de patata poco hecha (Malasaña). Imprescindible pasar por debajo de la barra hasta la salita del fondo, y pedir un salmorejo

Bodega la ardosa Buena tortilla de patata poco hecha (Malasaña). Imprescindible pasar por debajo de la barra hasta la salita del fondo, y pedir un salmorejo

Sure, Madrid has the Plaza Major, Retiro Park, and the Royal Palace, but don’t overlook the local gems — chic boutiques, artisinal eateries, charming bookstores — to be discovered in the city’s many barrios. Here, our favorite finds in Chueca, Malasaña, and Justicia. By Chelsea Bengier#Jetsetter

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Sure, Madrid has the Plaza Major, Retiro Park, and the Royal Palace, but don’t overlook the local gems — chic boutiques, artisinal eateries, charming bookstores — to be discovered in the city’s many barrios. Here, our favorite finds in Chueca, Malasaña, and Justicia. By Chelsea Bengier#Jetsetter

Madrid's Mercado de San Ildefonso breaks the mould, delivering the country's first street food market ‪#‎MustSeeMadrid...‬ http://www.we-heart.com/2014/10/23/mercado-san-ildefonso-malasana-madrid/

Madrid mercado breaks the mould, delivering the country's first street food market...

Madrid's Mercado de San Ildefonso breaks the mould, delivering the country's first street food market ‪#‎MustSeeMadrid...‬ http://www.we-heart.com/2014/10/23/mercado-san-ildefonso-malasana-madrid/

Malasaña & Chueca Nightlife (Spain). 'The legend of Madrid’s hedonistic nights was born in the narrow, inner-city streets of Malasaña and Chueca. In gritty and grungy Malasaña, hard-living rock venues share punters with elegant 19th-century literary cafes. Next door in Chueca, a cool and predominantly gay clientele fill bars and nightclubs to capacity most nights.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/spain/madrid

Malasaña & Chueca Nightlife (Spain). 'The legend of Madrid’s hedonistic nights was born in the narrow, inner-city streets of Malasaña and Chueca. In gritty and grungy Malasaña, hard-living rock venues share punters with elegant 19th-century literary cafes. Next door in Chueca, a cool and predominantly gay clientele fill bars and nightclubs to capacity most nights.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/spain/madrid

Plaza de Chueca. This neighborhood felt like a second home.

Plaza de Chueca. This neighborhood felt like a second home.

Especially for breakfasts. Café del Jardín. Chueca. C/ San Mateo,13

Especially for breakfasts. Café del Jardín. Chueca. C/ San Mateo,13

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