This square has become one of the most picturesque and trendy venues in the city over the last few years. It's surrounded ... More
Plaza de la Cebada
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 if you head along Calle Cava Baja, you'll find some excellent restaurants. Look out for Almendro and the famous tavern with the same name. It's not far from Plaza de Cascorro, heart of the popular Sunday street market, or Rastro .
The area around the capital's major square and underneath its arches is full of shops selling items relating to bullfighting,
home decorating, car maintenance, traditional sombreros (hats) and flamenco costumes. It's particularly worth visiting on Sunday mornings when stamp ...
A remnant of medieval Madrid, its name comes from its use at that time. This was the square where the
Bishop auctioned off the straw (paja) brought from his farmland near Plasencia in the province of Cáceres. You'll find ...
Plaza de l'Almoina (or Alms Plaza) is a small square situated next to the Cathedral that has gained great importance
for hiding some of the greatest archaeological treasures in the city. Excavation in Plaza de l'Almoina started in 1985. ...