Gran Vía is one of the main avenues and was built in the twenties to cover a stretch of River Huerva, a tributary of the Ebro. It leads south, towards Valencia, and is like a small green belt in the city, lined with trees. The central part is pedestrianized and although it has no special buildings of interest, it is a very pleasant avenue to stroll along. At the beginning of Gran Vía you can see the Faculty of Economics and at the end is an important crossing with Calle Goya and Avenida Fernando el Católico.
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Bus: 30, 40, 20