Plaza Castilla is a hub of connections to the north of Madrid. One of its main attractions are the two towers (Torres Kio and Puerta de Europa). Two imposing, inversely symmetrical towers with great architectural beauty. There is also the Caja or Calatrava Obelisk, a piece from Santiago Calatrava that is next to Torres Kio and the Monument to Calvo Sotelo located in the southern part of the square. Plaza Castilla gives access to two major roads in the capital, Paseo de la Castellana and Calle Bravo Murillo. Between its surroundings going down the Castellana is the National Statistics Institute, Plaza de Cuzco, the Ministry of Defence and the conference centre. Continuing along the Castellana, there is also the famous Santiago Bernabéu stadium, now a temple for Real Madrid. The financial district of Azca, the centre of businesses in Madrid and the most unique buildings such as Torre Europa, Torre Picasso and the BBVA building are found if you continue going down from Plaza Castilla along the Castellana.
If anything defines Plaza de Castilla in Madrid it is its heavy traffic. Its high influx of vehicles means that parking options are limited. In order to be able to enjoy all the attractions that Plaza de Castilla offers, the best option are the car parks in the vicinity. Reserve your parking space online with ElParking and avoid any difficulties when you need to park at Plaza de Castilla.