This area, situated north of the centre, is a middle-income zone. The architecture is functional and not very impressive. Here there are mainly four or five-storey buildings, sometimes with balconies, built mostly in the 1950s. This area offers everything, from restaurants to cinemas, from clubs to cafs, but there is nothing very special about it. It is well connected to the rest of the city by bus and the underground. Parking is easy. Shopping is good, especially in the malls, and probably more convenient than in the centre. Close to Paseo de la Castellana, one of the city's important thoroughfares, it is sometimes a bit chaotic.
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Chamberi, Nuevos Ministerios
Chamberi, Nuevos Ministerios, Madrid