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what is the best section to stay in Madrid for 5 days?

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City: Madrid

Autonomous community: Madrid

Country: Spain

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the center, sol, gran via or atocha. and if you are looking for gourmet things to do check
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I recommend the centre of Madrid. It offers the best of all of Madrid.
Gran Via road is probably the busiest and therefore noisiest place to stay, but it is very central and has excellent access to shops, bars, nightlife and theatres. More peaceful is the Paseo del Prado and nearby streets. Here you’ll be in a prime position to visit Madrid’s famous museums: the Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza.
Enjoy your stay.
Take a visit to Walls of Madrid, Iglesia de San Nicolas de los Servitas, Casa de los Lujanes and Iglesia de San Pedro el Grande. All these monuments were established before 16th century.
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Paseo de la Castellana, Colom. calle Serrano are the most cenric streats . You have aswell the milla de oro "gold mile" in the barrio de salamanca, where you have all the glamouros shops for a lovely shopping afternoon. For culture the museum Thyssen-Bornemisza is very interesting to see the museo Casa Natal de Cervantes in interesting aswell. Then you might would like to see all the monuments in madris and have a pleaseant walk in the parque del retiro where you can row a boat across the lake in an amazing surrounding
There are lots of places to stay, but just some are safe to be in Madrid, for example there is an Historic Hotel: Inaugurated by Alfonso XIII in 1910, the Ritz (tel. 800/225-5843 in the U.S., or 91-701-67-67), the gathering place of Madrid society, is still the capital's leading luxury choice. This Edwardian hotel is mellower than ever before, the old haughtiness of former management gone with the wind -- it long ago rescinded its policy of not allowing movie stars as guests. Note: In summer a tie is no longer obligatory and dress tends to be more informal (though the hotel still draws the line at shorts). The rich and famous continue to parade through its portals; today in the lobby you're likely to encounter nearly anyone, from the secretary-general of NATO to Paloma Picasso. Another one for Business Travelers, you can enjoy: The concierge at the Park Hyatt Villa Magna (tel. 800/223-1234 in the U.S., or 91-587-12-34) is one of the most skillful in Madrid, well versed in procuring virtually anything a traveler could conceivably need during a trip to the Spanish capital. One floor below lobby level, this five-star hotel's business center is well stocked with access to translators, word processors, scanners, fax machines, photocopiers, and even a well-informed technology concierge. There's a branch of Hertz car rental on the premises, and enough stylish conference rooms (staffed with butlers and stocked with caviar if the nature of your business meeting calls for it) to provide a place for any sales or executive meeting.
Plaza Mayor.
GRAN VIA!!!!!
I would also recommend somewhe in the PASEO DE LA CASTELLANA or the PASEO DE RECOLETOS or the PASEO DEL PRADO!!!!!!!!!!!!
The SALAMANCA district (quite posh, by the way) is also very safe and nice looking, and it's not so out of the way (and it's very well served by public transport).

Hope this helps!
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