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Plaza de la Puerta del Sol
The official centrepoint of Spain is a gracious hemisphere of elegant facades and often overwhelming crowds. It is, above all, a...
Iglesia de San Ginés
Due north of Plaza Mayor, San Ginés is one of Madrid’s oldest churches: it has been here in one form or another since at least the 14th...
Teatro Joy Eslava
The only things guaranteed at this grand old Madrid dance club (housed in a 19th-century theatre) are a crowd and the fact that it’ll be...
Casa Labra has been going strong since 1860, an era that the decor strongly evokes. Locals love their bacalao and ordering it here –...
La Mallorquina information
Lonely Planet review
A classic pastry shop that’s packed to the rafters by madrileños who just couldn’t pass by without stopping. Treat yourself to a takeaway ensaimada (a light pastry dusted with icing sugar) from Mallorca.