Reading this you´ll probably ask yourself: "Aye, why should I want to park near the Cuatro Torres in Madrid if I don´t even work there?"
However, doing a bit of business or having an office in one of the Cuatro Torres is not the only reason why this area can be quite interesting, and we´ll explain why ;)
In fact, it´s in the La Paz neighbourhood, a few steps from the famous Paseo de la Castellana and Plaza de Castilla. Ok, this is not exactly the centre of Madrid as this business park is located in the north of the city, but the connection with public transport is very good! Not far from here is the Madrid Chamartín Station, through which go not only many regional trains and AVE (high speed train), but also lines 1 and 10 of the metro.
This means that it is a good area to park in the north of Madrid if you don´t want to venture through the streets of the centre with your car ... and we have more good news!
With Parclick you can book online (right now, if you want) a car park near the Cuatro Torres, so you will have a guaranteed place to park each day coming to work, or during your visit to Madrid. Also...it's all about guarded parking you know ;)
It is easy enough to guess what it is when we talk about the Cuatro Torres: four skyscrapers (cuatro torres means four towers just in case you didn´t know), full of offices and important companies and multinationals, built between 2004 and 2009. 5 years to convert the old sports city of Real Madrid into a modern business park, with the four largest skyscrapers in the city and Spain!
The highest is the Cepsa Tower (250 metres), followed by the Crystal Tower, the PwC Tower and the Space Tower. Also, on the top floor of the PwC Tower you will find a hotel that will not disappoint if you are looking for a room with a view ;)
In any case, the car park near the Cuatro Torres that you have booked with Parclick will be your guarantee. Your car will be safe while you work, visit the city or take a look at the nearby Plaza de Castilla. So the only question you are going to have from now on is going to be: "Aye, why have not I booked before?!"