Designer shops and upscale bars line this neighborhood along Calle Serrano, with big names like Prada and Gucci to chic little boutiques from lesser-known designers just a few side streets away. Wide boulevards and shady streets make this area a popular urban runway, populated by businesspeople at elegant outdoor terrace bars. On the upper end of Serrano Street is a hidden gem that's one of Madrid's most underrated galleries: the Lazaro Galdiano museum, a must for art aficionados.
Getting Around Madrid
The best way to get around Madrid is by using the Metro and walking. From the Barajas airport, you can take the Metro from Terminal 2 or Terminal 4. Trains leave every 5 minutes between 6 a.m. and 2 a.m. Line 8 will take you to the center of Madrid and takes only 12 minutes. (
Nearby Airports
  • Madrid–Barajas Airport-MAD
Airport Taxis
  • 25 Euro
Things to Do and See Near Serrano