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With more than 3 million habitants in the municipal and 6 million in the whole metrolitan area, the Spanish capital and Madrid region is the third most populated area in the European Union. Home to the government, institutions and ministries, the Royal Palace and, together with Barcelona, is considered one of the principal cultural centres housing the Prado musuem, Thyssen- Bornemisza and Queen Sofia. Known for its night life since the 80s this city holds its name for being the city which never sleeps....

Essential: the gay pride parade in July and Javier Bardem`restaurant
Famous for: being the gay district of the city
In three words: liberal, trendy, fun

Having been a poor part of town, today Chueca experiences its rebirth, becoming the gay center of Madrid and the epicenter of a vibrant outdoor nightlife. Many shops and trendy bars have recently opened here.

HISTORY: Despite its central position, until the 80´s it was just a degraded district. At that time, however, the gay community began moving into apartments in Chueca. In effect over twenty years the district has been converted not only in the gay center of the capital, but also in a fasionable area full of bars and shops.

ATMOSPHERE: The area is very liberal, colorful, lively, in contrast with the architecture of the XIX century with its buildings and pedestrian streets. The heart of the district is the square from where it takes its name, Plaza de Chueca.

PLACES: Plaza de Chueca is the center of the neighborhood. It is surrounded by pedestrian streets, terraces, bars and trendy shops. It is the ideal place to have fun: cheap and offering many choices. Here it is very easy to find people who want to party.

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