The city of Madrid has a multitude of street spots, many are classics like the Plaza de Colón or the square below the Juan Bravo Bridge. Some other interesting spots are Cea Bermúdez Street, the parliament building, Plaza de los Castillos and Principe Pío. There are also some skateparks and plazas which have been redesigned by locals, such as Legazpi Skatepark, Plaza de Hortaleza and Escombro Park.
These spots are just a few examples of what you can find in this great city and if you go by car you will find even more possibilities around the outskirts as well. In the centre of Alcorcón you can enjoy the many plazas with incredible floors and good obstacles. If you want to eat cheaply you can grab a quick kebab, but you could also take the car and head to one of the bars in the industrial estate where you’ll be able to try the typical local stews which are tasty and great value for money.
If you want to see a bit more of the city and some of the tourist attractions you could visit Retiro Park, the Gran Vía, the Palacio de Correos, the Prado Museum, the Reina Sofía, the Puerta del Sol, the Botanical Gardens, the Almudena and the well-known flea market ‘el Rastro’ which is on every Sunday.