Later, in the twentieth century, this district's fame expanded even further as it became the undisputed musical and cultural centre. Thousands of visitors come to this area every weekend and party all night.
The best thing about this district is that it's home to some of the most interesting museums, including Romanticismo Museum, located in the former palace of San Mateo Street. This museum exhibits many items that belonged to the romantic writer Mariano José de Larra. Fuencarral street is home to another cultural landmark such as Fundación Telefónica, which is dedicated to exhibitions that show the history of telecommunications.
From the monumental point of view, churches like San Martín de Tours, from the eighteenth century, the convent of Don Juan de Alarcón, where Mariana de Jesús and San Antonio de los Alemanes are buried, should not be missed.
Today, Malasaña is a lively district full of bars and cafes with outdoor terraces and fashionable shops, with works of young designers and a very unique atmosphere. Its vitality is such that almost every week a new restaurant or gastrobar opens its doors to the public.
The renovation of the residential neighbourhood has increased interest in the area, especially among young entrepreneurs and various artists. It is no wonder so many people want to own a home or rent one in this area. If you are interested in living in Malasaña, the best option is to visit a real estate agency such as the prestigious Engel & Völkers. With more than 30 years of experience, this company has a wide portfolio of apartments, houses, and penthouses. Engel & Völkers offers you an extensive range of brokerage services to find your dream property in the Malasaña neighbourhood.