This happening little corner of Madrid is named after the former Conde Duque military barracks, now a cultural center with exhibitions and concerts. Just across from the lively Malasaña neighborhood, Conde Duque has much to offer in the form of cafés, bars, galleries, and boutiques. It contains some of the chicest shops in Madrid, including Grupo Sportivo, Mini, peSeta Pesetódromo, and Radio City. Wander down Calle Limón, which features the Blanca Berlin photography gallery—open from Wednesday to Saturday—as well as some popular new tapas bars.
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