Madrid the Spanish capital is the 3rd largest city of Europe after London and Berlin. Though it’s got all the Spanish flavors to it from Flamenco to Tapas but Madrid now a days is standing out to be more of a cutting-edge metropolitan than a typical Eastern Europe’s historic capital. With the expansion of the towns like Paseo de la Castellana and Plaza del Callao Square Madrid gives out the aura of a New York and London style metropolis. Plaza Del Callao Square is a Piccadilly and Time Square style fashion street in the centre of Madrid where you will find all the contemporary Fashion, Food and Fun places to hang out. Along with shops there are also classy Restaurants, exuberant Bars, Cinemas and even a Casino for some luck testing. Madrid is a very happening city that never sleeps, bars and clubs stay open till as late as 7 am. You might often find a surprise concert on the streets of Madrid on a bright day.
Along with modernity, Madrid holds an old-fashioned Spanish appeal to it where families gather around one table during the meal times and friends greet each other in bars to relax alongside a drink, suddenly the whole town gives the aura of a closed community instead of the crowds of strangers strolling aimlessly in different directions which is hard to find in a Modern capital.
To observe these traditions and values of a true Madridian society you need mix in with the community rather than estranging yourself like a foreigner in the city’s hotels, try staying at one of the street corner apartment offered by Red Apple Apartments in Madrid city. Enjoy it like a local, walk the streets, discover alleys & back yards where the core of Madrid lies. Check out our page for Apartments in Madrid to select from huge list of Apartments in this Spanish Capital. Our suggestion would be this apartment located in the old Plaza de Tirso de Molina, currently the Flower Market in Madrid. You get an extraordinary view and comprehensive Plaza Tirso de Molina and the life through the balconies of the apartment.