Polideportivo la Latina
This centrally located municipal gym (and one of few that has a pool) is busy day and night. While not all that new or clean, it offers...
The crowded Sunday flea market was, back in the 17th and 18th centuries, largely dedicated to a meat market (rastro means ‘stain’, in...
The home of the National Classical Theatre Company, this theatre has a regular calendar of classical shows by Spanish and European...
This famous old taberna has been in the Oliveros family since 1921 and nothing seems to have changed much since it opened. It’s a tiny,...
Calle de Ruda 5 · interesting places nearby
If you want to see madrileños enjoying their favourite local food, this is one of the best places to do so. The clamour of conversation bounces off the tiled walls of the cramped dining area adorned with bullfighting memorabilia. The speciality is as much cocido as you can eat (€19). The degustación de cocido (taste of cocido; €5) at the bar is a great way to try Madrid’s favourite dish.