Travel Information about Espana and Madrid

(GMT)11 SEP 2017 TAG1U:  Malasana is a happening, student-friendly area where tradition and the cutting edge live in perfect harmony in Madrid. Malasana/Triball stretches from Calle San Bernardo to Calle de Fuencarral, with Bilbao and Ruiz Jimenez small squares on the north and Gran Vía on the south. Rock, punk and indie pop, independent design and vintage fashion shops...there are so many 1980s-style venues.
In the streets of this district, you’ll travel back in time to the years of the revolutionary break from Spanish musical past. You’ll also listen to international music that originated later, with roots in the underground movement.
Along with the entrance to Tribunal underground station, Plaza del Dos de Mayo is one of the main meeting points for those who plan to go out at night in this area of Madrid, especially on weekends.