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...
Instituto de San Isidro
Next door to the Basílica de San Isidro, the Instituto de San Isidro once went by the name of Colegio Imperial and, from the 16th...
This little gem is reason enough to detour from the more popular Calle de la Cava Baja next door. The seasonal menu here encompasses...
Calle de San Milán 4 · interesting places nearby
This famous old taberna (tavern) has been in the Oliveros family since 1921 and nothing seems to have changed much since it opened. It’s a tiny, warm, bottle-lined den that doesn’t disappoint with its local dishes of cocido a la madrileña (meat-and-chickpea stew) or dishes like solomillo ibérico al Cabrales (sirloin with blue cheese).