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Picalagartos Sky Bar & Restaurant

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"Picalagartos Sky Bar & Restaurant, perched atop the NH Collection Gran Vía, offers stunning panoramic views of Madrid's skyline. This chic rooftop venue combines elegant dining with a vibrant bar scene, serving a menu of contemporary Spanish cuisine and creative cocktails."
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"Otra terraza en la Gran Via que siempre está animada en la época de primavera-verano!"

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Madrid may not have Barcelona’s reputation for excellence in design, but its broad sweep of architectural history provides a glorious backdrop to city life, from medieval mansions and royal palaces to the unimagined angles of Spanish contemporary architecture, from the sober brickwork and slate spires of Madrid baroque to the extravagant confections of the belle époque. En fin, Madrid done right never disappoints. This itinerary outlines the best way to spend a few days exploring my city with a range of restaurants and activities to choose from. Everything you need in one place so you can focus on enjoying your trip without the stress. Unlock for access to: Unforgettable Experiences Phenomenal Places to Eat Sweet Treat Stops Coffee Shops to Enjoy Concept Stores and quality Souvenir Shops Each item in this curated collection includes notes that will help you plan avoid unexpected hiccups and enjoy like a local. Check out the guide or use the interactive map to peruse the collection. It’s mobile friendly and easy to use on-the-go. My collection is a living guide. You will receive updates in real-time as I continue to curate this guide, including new places and additional tips without paying more for additional content. Please reach out to me if you have any questions.
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