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- Madrid City Centre
- Plaza Mayor
- Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
- Prado Museum
- Lope de Vega Theatre
- Plaza de Espana
- El Retiro Park
- Plaza de Santa Ana
- Madrid Amusement Park
- Complutense University of Madrid
- Parque Warner Madrid
- Royal Palace
- Las Ventas
- Las Rozas Village Outlet
- U.S. Embassy
- Vicente Calderon Stadium
- Puente de Vallecas
- Plaza de Cibeles
- The Magic Box
- Plaza Norte 2 Commercial Centre
What you should know about Chueca
It is so easy to find an amazing place to stay in Chueca when you book with Hotels.com. We are experts in travel to Madrid, and we have worked with the top hotels in Chueca, Madrid to bring you a great list of accommodation options for your forthcoming vacation here. No matter what the size of your budget or your group, or your plans for your stay in Chueca, we are confident that we will be able to find the right place for you. As you browse our selection of hotels in Chueca, Madrid, you will quickly see that we include accurate, up to date photos with all of our hotel listings. We also accompany all of our accommodation listings with reviews, written by your fellow Hotels.com users. Famous for its lively nightlife and great museums, Chueca is a wonderful place to stay in Madrid.
What's Chueca like?
Towards the north of the city, Chueca is right in the center of all the action. This is the place to come if you want to enjoy some of Madrid's finest bars, clubs, cafes and restaurants. Chueca is also famously at the heart of Madrid's LGBT scene. When it comes to museums, the Prado Museum, which is one of the world's most important collections of Old Masters, will be just a stone's throw away from your hotel. Other wonderful cultural attractions that you can explore in Chueca include the National Museum of Romanticism and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, which houses European artworks from the medieval era to the present day.
How to Get Along with Locals in Chueca
The Chueca region has its own metro station, also called 'Chueca'. So why not travel like a local and take Madrid's underground train network? A single journey costs just a couple of Euros, and you can save more money by purchasing a ten journey ticket instead of a different ticket for each journey. The metro in Madrid tends to keep going until just after midnight each night. Leaning a few Spanish phrases is also a great way to help your stay in Chueca go as smoothly as possible. Why not start with some simple greetings, which will help you to make a good impression when you arrive at your hotel? Here at Hotels.com, we have a wealth of knowledge about visiting Chueca, and indeed about all of the neighborhoods ('barrios') of Madrid. So look no further when it comes to finding the best hotels in Chueca, Madrid to choose from. Why not book your dream accommodation in Chueca with us today?
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