Madrid has recently been named as the 2nd best city for sightseeing in 2019 by Lonely Planet, the publication highlights the nightlife of the capital and one of its streets with more bars per square metre, Ponzano. These reasons are more than enough to delve into a detailed study of the fashionable neighbourhoods today.
Beyond the well-known district of Salamanca, we are going to talk about the neighbourhoods where the visitor is looking to enjoy good restaurants, have a good time in the bars or get immersed in the nightlife and street culture as a resident of the neighbourhood without feeling like a tourist. As we already did in the article, The coolest neighbourhoods in Madridm discovering Lavapiés and Malasaña.
We have observed that the profile of the visitor in Madrid is mostly that of a person who visits the city for the first time, who comes as a couple or with the family, and stays in the capital between two and five days to get to know in an optimal way what the city has to offer. Most come for leisure reasons, interested in cultural activities, especially the most traditional and exclusive ones. They also value the gastronomy, the leisure offer, the extensive list of activities, shopping and special events. It is considered a destination that can be visited throughout the year, although spring is the time most recommended season by the visitors themselves.