This street was built in the mid-nineteenth century across from El Pilar so that the central dome of the basilica could be ... More
Calle Alfonso I
This street was built in the mid-nineteenth century across from El Pilar so that the central dome of the basilica could be seen from Calle Coso. It has preserved almost all the buildings of the 19th century. On the 12th of October every year thousands of people dressed in traditional costume bringing flowers to the Madonna El Pilar. The name of the street comes from the king of Aragón Alfonso I, who reconquered Zaragoza in 1118. This area is ideal for purchasing souvenirs and typical products.
By the bullring we can see Plaza Portillo, so called because here lay one of the eight gates the city
until the 19th century. This gate was damaged during the War of Independence, later restored and finally destroyed in ...
This very characteristic Málaga street is 104 years old. You can still see vestiges of its Arabic past in the
layout. It soon became the city's most important street.It has always been home to elegant cafes, bazaars, galleries, hotels ...
Everything from books, clothes, music, shoes and CDs can be purchased here. Take time to relax in one of the
busy pavement cafes which cluster around Plaza Rey Juan Carlos I at the far western end of the street. ...