It is situated less than 10 minutes by metro from Puerta del Sol and 10 minutes from Atocha Station.
During the Middle Ages, the lands that today belong to the Chamberí area belonged to the Order of the Temple. During this time the grounds were full of forests, which the members of the court used for hunting.
During the reign of Carlos I, the forests have been cut down, with the exception of some areas such as Castellana, San Bernardino, Cantarranas and Maudes.
Information of interest:
Platform 0 Chamberí Station - Ghost station of the Madrid metro, opened in 1919 and unused since 1966, which is now a museum.
Sorolla Museum Geominero Museum
National Museum of Natural Sciences
Alonso Martínez L4, L5, L10
Bilbao L1, L4
Centro de Salud Eloy Gonzalo
Address: Calle Eloy Gonzalo, 24, 28010 Madrid
Phone: 915 93 23 00
Centro de Salud Chamberí
Address: Calle Rafael Calvo, 6, 28010 Madrid
Phone: 915 88 67 83
Farmacia Bellver Valls
Address: Calle de Cea Bermúdez, 15, 28003 Madrid
Open 24 hours
Phone: 915 33 58 49
Alonso Fernández Cano Elena
Address: Calle de Fernández de los Ríos, 20, 28015 Madrid
Phone: 914 47 66 58