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About Gran Vía

Gran Vía began to be built in the 20th century, with the intention that it would be an elegant avenue representing the transition to a modern metropolis.

Today, it’s the most popular place in the capital, made of shops, lines of hotels, restaurants and rooftops. Here is where the most most vibrant atmosphere is!

Why live in Gran Vía?

Gran Via is one of the best areas to live for international students and young workers, as it’s right in the centre of Madrid, very close to Sol. 

You will find everything you need if you rent a room in Gran Vía, as there’s a lot of supermarkets, shops, restaurants, bars, cafes, etc. You won’t miss anything! Besides, the cultural and gastronomy offer makes this neighborhood very special. Not only locals, but also tourists love spending time walking around Gran Vía, shopping, eating in here...

Main spots

Plaza de Callao

An iconic square, a place full of life thanks to its shops.

Plaza de España

A large square where you can see the Cervantes monument or admire the views sitting on a bench.

Temple of Debod

Get to experience one of the best sunsets of Madrid by this ancient Egyptian temple. 

Fuencarral Street

A commercial street with countless shops and cafes.

Royal Palace

Prepare yourself to take a journey through the history of Spain.

Plaza de Oriente

Right in front of the Royal Palace, it’s a rectangular square where you can enjoy a good coffee.

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We believe that sharing a flat is a great option for young internationals moving to Madrid, that’s why at helpHousing we offer high quality accommodation, such as rooms for rent in Gran Vía.

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What to do in Gran Vía

Cultural Activities

  • Musicals and cinemas: for those who like cultural plans, you’re in the right place! Gran Vía has a lot of theatres where they play different musicals, when you’re walking down the street you can see the colorful signs announcing them. There’s also cinemas, some of them still preserve their ancient charm; definitely worth the visit. 
  • Rooftops: the most popular thing to do in Gran Vía, besides from shopping is, of course, drinking something in a rooftop. The most common ones are the one in Círculo de Bellas Artes, The Hat Rooftop and the Picalagartos (NH hotels). However, you can explore some others, such as the ones in the hotels. Gran Vía offers stunning sunsets, what’s better than seeing them in a rooftop with some drinks?
  • Museums: from here you can also reach some of the most important museums in Madrid, such as El Prado or Reina Sofia museums.

Shopping

Gran Vía is the street that never sleeps, a very lively place. This makes it the best place to go shopping. Can you imagine yourself shopping surrounded by historic buildings? 

Here you can find from local shops to the biggest brands (some shops have more than 3 or 4 floors!), bookstores, perfume shops, second hand shops… whatever you want, you will find it here for sure! 

But not only that, you can also shop in the streets nearby, such as Fuencarral, Preciados, Arenal, etc… Paradise for people who like spending hours and hours shopping!

Nightlife in Madrid

Want to have the best night in Madrid? Gran Vía is your place!

Music, colors, young people, the liveliest atmosphere… this is what you will find in here.

Meet with your friends, go pub crawling and enjoy. You can also go to one of the many clubs of Gran Vía and the area nearby, such as Icon, Moondance, Velvet, Sala Cool, etc.

Public transport

Moving around the city from Gran Vía couldn’t be any more easier. There’s a lot of urban buses that will take you around the centre of Madrid. The nearest train station is Sol, and regarding metro stations, you will find:

Gran Vía (L1,L5)

Santo Domingo (L2)

Callao (L3,L5)

Plaza de España (L2, L3, L10)