Justicia neighbourhood takes its name from the High Court of Justice, which is located next to other emblematic buildings such as the church of Santa Bárbara, the Salesas Convent, the Pachá club, one of the few rationalist buildings in Madrid, the Longoria Palace, an icon of modernist architecture, the Villagonzalo Palace, in front of which this building is located, and many more. The city’ avant-garde commercial offer includes fashion boutiques, restaurants and boutique hotels, as well as the intense cultural activity of its theatres and art galleries.
Strolling along streets that have already become a must, such as Barquillo, Conde de Xiquena, Orellana, Fernando Sexto or Mejía Lequerica streets, a real delight. The elegant façades are reminiscent of a Parisian neighbourhood. This is Madrid’s trendiest neighbourhood par excellence and one of the most revitalised in recent years.