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    Roughly, Malasaña has a bunch of nightlife, including mildly alternative shops and bars. Chueca has the gay scene so plenty of good gear in that style. Lavapies is properly alternative, plus large immigrant scene, with a bunch of good cafes and bars, plus fairly cheap. Also La Latina, just the other side (coming from town) of the metro has a number of good bars. One nice place for some lesser known bars is halfway between Malasaña and Callao, and just north of that there are also a bunch of unique shops in Malasaña around Plaza de San Idelfonso. over 8 years ago

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    Further on Lavapies, I reckon you should find some bars either on Calle Santa Isabel or Calle Argumosa that you like, plus there are plenty more in the back streets between.

    Lastly, Spain doesn't really have the cafe vs bar seperation that you might be used too, most cafes by day are bars by night and vice versa. over 8 years ago

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    Here's a good little article on 10 things to do in Madrid - http://www.traveldudes.org/travel-tips/10-things-do-madrid-sunday/13442 over 8 years ago

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    Try Chueca, it,s the Gay area just in the center. The coolest shops in Madrid, as well as nice restaurants and bars, with very modern style. over 8 years ago

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