It is a vibrant, modern, open and cosmopolitan city with a great cultural, culinary offering as well as interesting real estate investment opportunities.
It has a modern classic-style infrastructure, and state-of-the-art facilities that give it an elegant aspect.
Due to the extraordinary beauty of its town squares, streets and museums, it is considered one of the most attractive and visited cities in the world.
It is one of the most elegant and exclusive enclaves of Madrid, where the perfection of the beautiful urban landscape is mixed with the latest in European fashion.
One of its attractions lies in the combination of modern buildings and classic buildings of great heritage value, generating an architectural landscape full of magnificent facades full of details.
The Barrio de Salamanca also stands out for its great business and commercial activity, with emblematic streets such as José Ortega y Gasset or Serrano Street where the main luxury fashion brands of the city can be found.
Padilla Street is located in the Barrio de Salamanca, considered as the "Golden Mile" of Madrid which concentrates some of the most important and iconic streets and monuments of the city, around which the most important business, commercial, leisure and culinary activity of the city are centered.
José Ortega y Gasset Street is home to the capital's most luxurious shops and is one of the most exclusive streets, which earned it the nickname “La Milla de Oro".
On its route it crosses with other emblematic roads of the city such as Paseo de la Castellana, Serrano street or Velázquez street among others.
Strolling through these and other surrounding streets such as Lagasca, Ayala or Claudio Coello, you will find the most prestigious national and international brands.
In addition, you can find Spanish haute couture boutiques and beautiful cafes to sit and enjoy the Madrid sun.
It is ideal for walking, shopping and getting lost in the beautiful antique houses or enjoying exclusive artistic routes.
Located minutes from Plaza de Colón, a place that joins Europe's most important architectural avant-garde along with wide spaces of recreation and culture.
Entertainment is constant with the theaters, museums, art galleries and gourmet markets that make up a unique tapestry, full of color and flavor.