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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 Moncloa - Arguelles
The neighborhood of Moncloa-Arguelles in Madrid offers tons of liveliness among its hustle and bustle. The local University provides a stream of young people that are a major demographic of Moncloa- Arguelles. Whether day or night, this neighborhood of Madrid is active, although it does have its quieter part as well. If you want in on the action, use Hotels.com to book hotels in Moncloa-Arguelles, Madrid. Hotels.com has done the work for you: the best hotels are displayed right there for you to make your selection and Hotels.com gives you all the information you need. If you want to get a feel of the area, let Hotels.com show you the best areas to go.
What's Moncloa-Arguelles, Madrid Like?
After you've done the work of finding hotels in Moncloa- Arguelles, Madrid, it's time to discover the neighborhood. Moncloa is one of Madrid's districts and Arguelles is a neighborhood of Moncloa. One of the sources of Moncloa's vibrancy are the many universities, the largest being Ciudad Universiteria. Moncloa is home to so many attractions and beauties. In the Plaza de España, you can view one of Madrid's tallest skyscrapers as you walk among the many shopping malls and movie theaters. Likewise, you can take a walk through the beautiful Parque Del Oeste (West Park). Nearby is the promenade Paseo del Pintor Rosales in Arguelles. Like much of Madrid, you can find historical sites and museums such as the Debod Temple (an imported Nubian temple) and the museum Museo Del Traje.
Tips for Getting Along With The Locals in Madrid
The locals of Madrid (called Madrileños) have adopted the nickname "gatos" since they frequent the streets at nighttime. Madrileños are often easy to spot with their distinctive fashion. The best way to get along with the locals is to dress as they do. Depending on their class, locals dress in a variety of fashions from posh (pijo) to bohemian. Pijo fashion is sophistication with jackets and dress pants whereas bohemian style is characterized by looser, freer clothing. Locals often enjoy a varied, global cuisine that can be found all over Moncloa and there's no reason you can't do likewise. Traditional Madrileño food is rustic but delicious. Please your palate with the premiere local dish, Cocido Madrileño - a stew made with chickpeas and tender beef and pork. To find out more about how to enjoy Moncloa-Arguelles, visit Hotels.com and pick on of the hotels in Moncloa-Arguelles, Madrid - and feel free to download our free app to enjoy premium deals!
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