Take a trip down memory lane with a visit to the Grassy jeweller, which opened in 1952 in the famous Grassy building. Enjoy the sumptuous retro luxury interiors and exquisite designs.
The Madrid-París building at Gran Vía 32 originally opened as a department store in 1924. Now it is home to some great high street brands such as Lefties, Mango and H&M.
Soak up the atmosphere of a bygone era as you enjoy a light lunch at the legendary Museo Chicote. This café, museum and theatre was once the haunt of glamorous figures such as Hemingway and Ava Gardner and still attracts celebrities to this day.
If you are a fan of Loewe make a pilgrimage to Gran Vía 8, the original Loewe store, which opened in 1939. The store was designed by Francisco Ferrer Bartolomé, whose spectacular chandeliers remain the store’s trademark today. Check out its guestbook inscriptions from aristocrats and film stars such as Grace Kelly.
A trip to Gran Vía would not be complete without a show. Head to one of the many historical venues, such as Teatro Compac Gran Vía, to indulge your senses.
After a hard day following in the footsteps of film stars and artists, relax with a sundowner in the Air Lounge on the stunning rooftop terrace of Hotel de las Letras. Watch the sun set and enjoy the spectacular views of the bustling city below.