The capital's best known street market fills up with people to the saturation point after noon, so if you want to wander ... More
The capital's best known street market fills up with people to the saturation point after noon, so if you want to wander around all the fascinating stalls in peace, you should arrive by 10a. You can stop for a drink or a bite to eat in neighboring cafes and then head for the Plaza de Cascorro, featuring the statue of Eloy Gonzalo, a Spanish soldier who challenged the Cubans in their war of Independence with just a tin of gasoline. Everything from clothes and furniture to house wares can be bought at this all encompassing market. No admission fee.
A small modern bar with a youthful atmosphere located in one of Madrid's best areas for tapas. You can try
the speciality goat's cheese preserved in olive oil from La Adrada in Ávila. It won the prize for Europe's ...
In a prime location just minutes from the Puerta del Sol, Equity Point is proud to present itself once again
in Madrid, in a unique building. This welcoming, recently renovated nineteenth century city hotel is located in the historic ...
It offers a great selection of shops including Jose María Moreno for shoes and bespoke shirts at Artesanos Camiseros. There's
a tanning salon, a futurology shop (where you can have your tarot cards read), a perfumery selling cosmetics and ...