Justicia NEIGHBORHOOD

Argensola I

Justicia, Madrid
from 2.300 Monthly
  • 3 Guests | 71m2
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

Bárbara de Braganza I

Justicia, Centro, Madrid
from 5.700 MONTHLY
  • 8 Guests | 150m2
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms

Barquillo I

Justicia, Centro, Madrid
from 7.500 Monthly
  • 6 Guests | 200m2
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 1/2 Bathrooms

Campoamor I

Justicia, Centro, Madrid
from 5.700 Monthly
  • 6 Guests | 150m2
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms

Centro Colón I

Justicia, Centro, Madrid
from 2.950 Monthly
  • 4 Guests | 90m2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

Centro Colón II

Salamanca, Madrid
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  • 4 Guests | 46m2
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • 1+1 Bathrooms

Centro Colón III

Salamanca, Madrid
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  • 4 Guests | 51m2
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • 1 1/2 Bathrooms

Fernando Setxo IV

Justicia, Centro, Madrid
from 4.000 Monthly
  • 4 Guests | 99m2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

Fernando Sexto V

Justicia, Centro, Madrid
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  • 6 Guests | 122m2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2+1 Bathrooms
Justicia has become Madrid’s SoHo: a vibrant, spirited, forward-thinking, innovative and entertaining area with a boho-chic vibe and a casual atmosphere.
It contains the neighborhoods of Chueca and Salesas. Justicia district takes its name from the Ministry of Justice, a nineteenth century modernist building located in the area and nearby other magnificent buildings located in Salesas neighborhood, like the beautiful Church of Santa Barbara – Convent of the Salesas- and an icon of Modernist architecture, the stunning Palace de Longoria a gorgeous Art Nouveau building housing the Society of Authors.

In recent years, and due to its modernization and regeneration, Justicia district has emerged as the trendiest and hippest location in Madrid. It is one of the more sought-after districts of the capital, thanks to its high quality of living, its great location, upscale and eclectic stores, delightful streets and beautiful architecture.
A mix of traditional tapas bars, trendy restaurants and bars around Plaza de Chueca, and on the roof terrace of the San Antón Market. In this market, together with the four-storey building Mercado de Barceló, boasts an endless selection of stalls with the fresh ingredients, delicatessen bars.The main shopping street is Fuencarral, a popular place to go and a tourist area.

Chueca, together with Salesas -the two Justicia neighborhoods- are a magnet for contemporary art galleries, some of them among the best in Madrid.
In recent years, and due to its modernization and regeneration, Justicia district has emerged as the trendiest and hippest location in Madrid. It is one of the more sought-after districts of the capital, thanks to its high quality of living, its great location, upscale and eclectic stores, delightful streets and beautiful architecture

Justicia is the ideal place for design and art lovers. it offers a wide array of exclusive boutiques of independent designers, some of the best contemporary art galleries, cutting-edge shops, hip restaurants and posh cafes.
The posh Salesas is one of the most sough-after neighborhood to live in Madrid. It extends up a series of streets, forming a fantastic shopping area where one finds multi-brand clothing stores, art galleries, as well as concept stores and gourmet shops. It is located next to Paseo de Recoletos, between Chueca and the Salamanca neighborhood. It is such a delight to get lost in streets like Barquillo, Fernando Sexto, Almirante, Argensola, Piemonte, Count of Xiquena, Orellana or Mejía Lequerica and discover all the secrets you can find in every corner.
The famous Chueca is part of Justicia -the neighborhood which in the mid 90s became the gay district of Madrid with hip and daring shops and jazzy nightclubs. It is a popular destination for tourists and locals attracted by its offbeat spirit and fun atmosphere. Chueca is one of Madrid’s best nightlife addresses offering many options for drinking, eating and dancing.

museums and cultural venues

Fundación MAPFRE
Organizes important art exhibitions in the beautiful palace Paseo de Recoletos and in the Sala Bárbara de Braganza

Espacio Miró

The Foundation permanently exhibits works by Joan Miró.

Espacio Fundación Telefónica

A hub for top art exhibitions.

Museum of Romanticism

Exhibits arts from the current of Romanticism.
MICHELIN-STARRED RESTAURANTS
Justicia neighborhood boasts one Michelin star restaurant:
DSTAgE

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