History and identity through revolutions. Madrid is lived in Malasaña.
In Goya, Ramón Gómez de la Serna, Pedro Almodóvar and Alaska’s neighborhood, something calls bohemians to the nineteenth-century streets covered with graffiti Art, to its corners in which cafes are decorated with reused furniture that have created a unique hybrid of Traditional and Hipster styles that’s unique in the world, we will walk its corners to visit its vintage shops, to discover church-shaped treasures and to watch and enjoy the neighborhood’s urban art. Feel the tavern culture and fashion shows right on the streets of Malasaña.
Duration: 2 hours.
Meeting point: Luna Square.
Point of arrival: Barceló Square.
Area visited: Luna Square, Corredera de San Pablo, San Antonio de los Alemanes Church, San Ildefonso Square, Juan Puyol Square, 2 Mayo Square, Barceló Square.
Besides being able to join to our scheduled activities, you may ask us to do them for a group on an out of date schedule.
The tour includes:
• Ticket management.