Offices block in the north of Madrid, its economic-financial heart, between Paseo de la Castellana and Orense, Raimundo Fernández Villaverde and General Perón streets, the AZCA complex has some of the city's main skyscrapers.
AZCA is a business district in Madrid. It is a project that was launched in 1964 with the aim of developing this area of the city, following the example of the Rockfeller Center in New York. The work lasted just under thirty years and was completed in 1990. You can find the Picasso, Europa, and Castellana81 towers in this area.
The area is well served by transport and has many subways that connect the different areas of the district. For lunch, a coffee or a quick snack, the area has a wide range of restaurants and cafeterias in various styles, offering daily lunch specials at affordable prices. The area also has several shopping centres with all kinds of shops and at night it becomes a party, leisure and entertainment area with many bars and discos.
We should also not forget the famous Real Madrid stadium, the Santiago Bernabéu, which is located next door.
Parking in this very busy area, due to the large number of companies present, can be difficult. We strongly advise you to book parking in advance on our website or via our app. We can offer you to leave your car in one of the following car parks: Presidente Carmona - Perón Bernabéu, APK2 General Perón 32 or APK2 Edgar Neville.
AZCA is located in the heart of Madrid Central, a low-carbon zone (ZBE) created to limit pollution. If you wish to drive your vehicle here, you must have a DGT sticker, if your vehicle is registered in Spain. However, if you have a foreign vehicle and it belongs to the Euro 3/4/5/6 (petrol) and Euro 4/5/6 (diesel) categories, you do not need a sticker and you can drive freely.
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