Bravo Murillo is a street in the Spanish city of Madrid encompassing the districts of Chamberí and Tetuán in a south-north direction from the roundabout at Glorieta de Quevedo to Plaza de Castilla. Bravo Murillo is an ideal street to stroll along or go shopping, given its length and high number of shops. From Quevedo to Plaza de Castilla, you can find all sorts of traditional businesses mixed with modern franchises, as well as Chinese bazaars, forming an attractive mix. Excellent for sampling tapas at some of Madrid's most typical bars dotted all along the route. A 10-minute walk away you can find the buildings of AZCA, a financial and business district of Madrid, the Canal de Isabel II exhibition hall or the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, straight up Avenida General Perón.
Given its length, numerous Metro stations and easy access, the most advisable way to park in Bravo Murillo is to park in one of the surrounding public car parks, leaving you free to enjoy the leisure areas. Your place can be booked online in good time and save you the time and frustration of driving around looking for a parking space.