Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Buen Consejo
Towering above the northern end of bustling Calle de Toledo, and visible through the arches from Plaza Mayor, this imposing church long...
Restaurante Sobrino de Botín
It’s not every day that you can eat in the oldest restaurant in the world (the Guinness Book of World Records has recognised it as the...
Calle de Latoneros 3 · interesting places nearby
Casa Revuelta information
Casa Revuelta puts out some of Madrid’s finest tapas of bacalao (cod) bar none - the fact that the octogenarian owner, Señor Revuelta, painstakingly extracts every fish bone in the morning and serves as a waiter in the afternoon wins the argument for us. Early on a Sunday afternoon, as the Rastro crowd gathers here, it’s filled to the rafters.
It’s also famous for its callos (tripe), torreznos (bacon bits) and albóndigas (meatballs).