This is the street where the most shops for young people are found, the so-called "fashion victims". You can find shops like Quicksilver, Energie, O'neil, Puma, G-Star, Levi's, Foot Locker. One of the most emblematic spots of the street is Fuencarral Market. This market has about twenty small shops with various types of clothes. There is also a small hairdresser's where I never dared to go and some small bars as well. One can say Fuencarral is one of the liveliest streets in Madrid, at any time of the day you see people walking there. Most of them are picture-worthy.
Preciados street is one of the most commercial streets in this part of Madrid. Especially busy during the shopping season (see Christmas, etc.), it is a direct connection to Puerta del Sol and Gran Vía via Callao Square. On each side, there is a multitude of shops of all types and big malls. As a result, locals try to avoid going there during the aforementioned periods or they end up succumbing and going there to get the present they need. Without a doubt a place worth a walk.
We are finishing a route who will take us back to Plaza Mayor, the ending of a small novel taking place in a particular area of one of the most important Western cities.
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