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...
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...
Restaurante Sobrino de Botín
It’s not every day that you can eat in the oldest restaurant in the world (the Guinness Book of Records has recognised it as the oldest...
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 – unlike elsewhere, tajadas de bacalao don't have bones in them and slide down the throat with the greatest of ease. 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).