Madrid's nightlife hotspots. Malasaña is Madrid's alternative zone (with the majority of Madrid's Graffiti Art), Chueca is (nominally) gay. Both are great fun.
The sights on this page feature on my list of 100 Things to Do in Madrid.
1. Conde Duque
See more about Espacio Conde Duque and the Contemporary Art Museum
2. Go for Coffee (or Tea) on Calle Espiritu Santo
See more about Coffee on Calle Espiritu Santo
3. Cafe Commercial
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4. Wine Tasting
See more about Wine Tasting at Planeta Vino
5. Alternative Shopping on Mercado Fuencarral
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6. Stop Madrid
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7. El Tigre
See more about Tapas at El Tigre
8. Via Lactea and Other 'Movida' Night Spots
Via Lactea is one of the key bars in the cultural rebirth (movida) that Madrid experienced during the 80s. Fascinating deco and a hip crowd throughout the week.
In the past twelve months or so, a lot of the life of Malasaña has moved slightly south, towards Gran Via, in the area now being referred to as 'Triball'. Read more about Triball.
See more about Via Lactea
See more about Biggest Drinks in the World at Diplodocus
10. Con Dos Fogones
See more about Con Dos Fogones Restaurant