Casa de las Conchas
One of the city's most endearing buildings, named after the 300 scallop shells clinging to its facade. The house's original owner, Dr...
Real Clericía de San Marcos
Visits to this colossal baroque church and the attached Catholic university are via obligatory guided tours (in Spanish), which run...
Café El Corrillo
Great for a beer and tapas at any time, with live music on Wednesday and Thursday nights from 10pm. The terraza out back is perfect on...
A cool place to be seen, whether for breakfast, an afternoon snack or dinner.
Lonely Planet review
High-calibre tapas, toasts (topped with combinations like cod carpaccio with sundried tomatoes) and a reliable daily menu aimed at the locals make this an excellent choice. It's also a good place to try the local farinato (filled pastries).