The area stretching northwest from the Iglesia de San Andrés to the viaduct was the heart of the morería (Moorish Quarter). Strain the...
Viaduct & Calle de Segovia
High above Calle de Segovia, Madrid's viaduct, which connects La Morería with the cathedral and royal palace, was built in the 19th...
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...
El Rincón del Arte Nuevo
With more than 30 years in the business, this small venue knows what its punters like and serves up a nightly feast of...
La Musa Latina
Laid-back La Musa Latina has an ever-popular dining area and food that’s designed to bring a smile to your face – the hanging kebabs...
Calle de Caños Viejos 3 · interesting places nearby
Marula Café information
An Afro hairstyle would be the perfect look here, where the music (concerts at 11.30pm, DJs until sunrise) is all about funk, soul, jazz, music from the American South, Afrobeat and even a little hip hop. It’s a club with attitude and always has a great rhythm. Admission ranges from free to €10.
It’s a little hard to find – it’s almost under the viaduct just down the hill from Calle de la Morería.