Estadio Vicente Calderón
Basílica de San Francisco El Grande
Lording it over the southwestern corner of La Latina, this imposing and recently restored baroque basilica is one of Madrid’s grandest...
Jardines de Las Vistillas
West across Calle de Bailén from La Morería are the terrazas (open-air cafes) of Jardines de Las Vistillas, which offer one of the best...
The area stretching northwest from the Iglesia de San Andrés to the viaduct was the heart of the morería (Moorish Quarter). Strain the...
Corral de la Morería
This is one of the most prestigious flamenco stages in Madrid, with 50 years’ experience as a leading venue and top performers most...
The seafood-dominated cooking of the Andalucian province of Cádiz is what this place is all about, with every imaginable sea creature...
Paseo de la Virgin del Puerto · interesting places nearby
Estadio Vicente Calderón information
Atlético de Madrid's home, Estadio Vicente Calderón, isn’t as large as Real Madrid’s (Vicente Calderón seats a mere 60,000), but what it lacks in size it makes up for in raw energy. To see a game try phoning, but you’re most likely to manage a ticket if you turn up at the ground a few days before the match.