On the first Sunday in October every year, the statue of the Virgen de Atocha is paraded through the streets, accompanied by ... More
Procesión de la Virgen de Atocha
On the first Sunday in October every year, the statue of the Virgen de Atocha is paraded through the streets, accompanied by the statue of Santo Domingo de Guzmán. Hundreds of faithful worshippers join the procession and appeal to the Virgin for relief from illness. This spiritual procession is a sight to behold and is free for spectators or for those who wish to join in the procession.
This square has become one of the most picturesque and trendy venues in the city over the last few years.
It's surrounded by popular tapas bars, pubs and restaurants. There's a great fresh produce market on one side and ...
One of Madrid's famous legends surrounds this Renaissance style house with seven chimneys. Apparently, the woman who owned it had
a relationship with King Felipe II. After she died, people claimed to see her ghost walking around on the ...
This sports facility offers a 4.2 kilometer running track and exercise areas with pull up bars, stretching bars and other
equipment complete with instructions on how to use them. It's a popular training place for Madrid's sportsmen and women ...