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This plaza and so many of the streets surrounding it are just fantastic to party at night.
After midnight the plaza and Malasaña are crazy busy.
Especially on the weekend.
Definately more geared to a younger crowd.
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This is a nice an historic square. It's quieter by day and livelier by night with lots of young people hanging around having drinks. Lots of restaurants around the square offering tapas and pizza. Recommended to pass by whilst strolling round the area of Malasana...More
Plaza Del Dos De Mayo is an absolutely amazing square in the heart of the Malasãna neighbourhood and is a square and an area that is a must go destination if you enjoy history,fine architecture and a great nightlife scene,this square and area certainly ticks...More
The plaza is a fantastic focus of a lovely local neighbourhood. This is my favourite district in Madrid and it rocks all hours of the day and the night. There is a wonderful historical back story in the sense of the young girl, Malasana's, heroic...More
This is an attractive square which really buzzes. When we were there there was a market and a real party atmosphere. This is a really local community venue, not a tourist place but very welcoming and friendly.
This plaza and the plethora of streets around it are absolutely inundated with bars and clubs where the party never stops.
The amount of people on the streets till the early hours of the morning is absolutely amazing.
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In the Malasaña area, it is named after the uprisings of May 2 1808, when Madrid rebelled against Napoleon's invading army.
There is a play area for little kids as well as bars and restaurants in the surrounding area.
Plaza del Dos de Mayo is popular local families with the kids playing on the facilities and people sitting on the many benches under trees. More intimate than many of the large stately squares in the city.