Cisco y Tierra
Corral del Carbón
Across Calle Reyes Católicos, you can’t miss the elaborate horseshoe arch of the Corral del Carbóon, which began life as a 14th-century...
Alcaicería & Plaza Bib-Rambla
Just south of the Capilla Real, the Alcaicería was the Muslim silk exchange, but what you see now is a restoration after a 19th-century...
La Madraza was founded in 1349 by Sultan Yusuf I as a school and university. You can gaze into the splendid prayer hall with its...
Overlooking the leafy square, this place has a global-chic feel with its black barrel tables, Buddha statues and chill-out soundracks....
This venerable pastry shop provides great on-the-go snacks – a flaky empanadilla filled with bacon and dates, for instance, or a piece...
Calle Lepanto 3 · interesting places nearby
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All the tapas here come from cans, or are preserved in some other way – but that’s nowhere near as dismal as it sounds. Try the special cheese, a super-aged manchego with a caramel-like richness, or the aged hams. The ceiling is decorated with policemen’s hats, siphon bottles and other knick-knacks, while romantic tunes crackle from a vintage-look radio behind the bar.