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Madrid neighborhoods

I have picked Chueca, La Latina, Malasaña neighborhoods to visit one day. Just to walk around, window shopping, stop for lunch etc etc. Is it doable to do all 3 in one day if you stay 2-3 of hours in each of them?

Which one i should do during the day and which one i should do in the evening?

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1. Re: Madrid neighborhoods

Boris:

I think that you can do only two a day because these are large barrios. It does not matter which one you do during the day or evening.

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2. Re: Madrid neighborhoods

Thank you.

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3. Re: Madrid neighborhoods

I'd do La Latina in the morning:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqUjp6Dl4Bw

Then, Chueca and Malasaña in the evening:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGdvDRhlYcI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=miEwCgBIfdU

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4. Re: Madrid neighborhoods

I think you could do all three. I might do Chueca and Malasana in the morning and then La Latina in the evening because of your food options. It's a great place fir tapas while the other two are better for shopping.

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5. Re: Madrid neighborhoods

LOL, different points of view…

I'd do La Latina in the morning, a tapas crawl in La Latina at the Spanish "mid-day" time (1.30pm-3pm), window shopping & wandering in Chueca at late afternoon/early evening and nightlife in Malasaña.

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we had an apartment in La Latina on our recent visit and liked the area -- I think you need half a day for a neighborhood. When in La Latina don't miss San Francisco El Grande

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and of course the great Tapas street Cava Baja.

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7. Re: Madrid neighborhoods

Thank You for wonderful videos. I will try to do all 3.

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