Palacio de Asamblea
Plaza de España
Several fine examples of the city's heritage are on the Plaza de España, including Nieto’s Casino Militar , whose facade still depicts a...
Banco de España
This small bar in the lee of a grand church has a local clientele happy to sip a beer and keep an eye on the plaza.
A huge canteen-like affair on the side of the Palacio de Asamblea, with a few tables outside, too, this restaurant is hugely busy at...
Lonely Planet review
Nieto’s art-deco Palacio de Asamblea, whose floor plan depicts a ducal crown, is an operating town hall, although the staff at the entrance are willing to show tourists around upon request. Worth seeing are two rooms on the upper floor: Salon Dorado, which contains a large painting of the arrival of Spaniards in Melilla in 1497, and the Sala de Plenos, where the local congress meets.