Clean and Nice street with a lot of shops and eating. Big and wide places to walk. Not a lot of benches and siting areas.
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This is a wonderful street to walk with historic and beautifully crafted buildings with all the major retail brands. The only drawback is the large volume of people during the day but definitely worth the walk. The more premium shopping area is in Salamanca.
Gran Via itself is not the attraction -- it is more a main thoroughfare leading toward attractions. But there are some interesting pedestrian side streets, off the Gran Via, that we enjoyed. For example, right near the Gran Via metro stop, you will see a...More
Gran Via is very, very busy and crowded place. Shopping, restaurants, etc. on every corner and so many things happening day or night. Madrid summer city impulse makes you sweet, tired but at the same time enjoyable. I am sure to visit Madrid again.
It's a big, busy street. You will probably cross paths with Gran Via more than a few times without ever having to make it a point. It's a very large street with large beautiful buildings. Think Wiltshire Blvd in Los Angeles, or Via del Corso...More
This is a well-known avenue in Madrid, for shopping, eating, entertainment and lodging, that connects the northwest of the Madrid with downtown. Begins in Calle de Alcalá -very close to Cibeles Fountain- ending in Plaza de España, at the majestic Edificio de España biulding. On...More