Distrito 41 fuses art, food, and temples of fashion in the most unique streets of Madrid

The Soho of New York, Le Mairie in Paris, or Notting Hill in London; these are well-known neighbourhoods with their own identity which define the personality of the whole city. Distrito 41 brings together the latest happenings of the most ‘’trendy’’ area of Madrid that, as Daviz Muñoz rightly said, ‘it has reached a new phenomenon and evolved to another level in fine dining and fashion that places us at the forefront from the rest of Spanish cities”.

Extraordinary gastronomy, neo-classical architecture, museums, art galleries and the distinguished designer brands of the fashion world are the spearheads that make up the vibrancy, the style, the spirit and the beauty of Distrito 41, the Golden Mile of Madrid. A defined area surrounded by the most bustling streets of Madrid: from north to south we have Ortega y Gasset and Alcalá, and east to west; Velazquez and Serrano.

Distrito 41 claims to be the affluent and the most privileged area. This is the place where you can admire the most fascinating window displays of the city and savour the most exquisite cuisine and where the best local and international cuisine is represented and served to food lovers. Indeed a land of deep culture symbolised with historical museums and the most renowned art galleries.

Distrito 41 is undoubtedly the most charming hub of the capital. In addition to its unmistakable appeal, it attracts and draws together many of the most spectacular celebrations of Madrid’s night life. Flower markets in the spring, the menswear night party on the day of San Juan which falls on 23rd June and so on, turning the area into a landmark where the popular boutiques open their doors to a crowd who is seeking for some unusual experiences, innovative layouts and remarkable spaces.