Many small Tapas bars, some with live music and a chill vibe make this barrio a great place for nightlife.
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We stayed in this area for 6 days. It is perfectly located to get to many of the sites in Madrid. Plaza Mayor, the Royal Place, El Rastro Market. There are so many restaurants - it's difficult to decide where to go! Lots of little...More
this was a really nice place to walk around and when the stall where all out reminded me of a Sunday market in London, big too like being able to get everything in one place if you're buying gifts to take back home.
Nice area in Madrid. A lot of markets, nice cafes, tapas bars, panaderias and close to the main city attractions.
Very close to Plaza Mayor, La Latina is the place to go if you're looking to go 'de cañas' and grab some tapas. There are great terraces specially in Plaza de la Paja very pleasant for spending he afternoon. In Calle Cava Baja you can...More
This is the best area in the city. You must visit this, especially after the sunset. And you need to dine in one of the places here. This is the real Madrilene experience and it's beautiful. This is the place where you have the feeling...More
This lively barrio is best visited either on Sunday for the famed El Rastro market followed by lunch...or in the evening for a tapas crawl or a restaurant meal. There are tapas tours that get good reviews. It does not seem to be a major...More
The La Latina area is full or bars for drinks and tapas. Go down any side street and you are bound to find a little bar worth a visit. Head to Plaza de la Plaja for a beer or el Tempranillo for a great selection...More
Stroll in the evenings and experience variety of affordable restaurants. We visited in November and rain was constant. Yet this did not stop the locals and the tourists from sitting on the patios under big umbrellas and enjoying a good drink or two.