La Colonial de Goya
Ermita de San Isidro
The pleasing ruins of this small country chapel is one of the few, albeit modest, examples of extant Romanesque architecture in Madrid....
Wrap up in a robe and slippers and prepare to be pampered in one of Spain’s best day spas. There are separate areas for men and women,...
Garamond is very Salamanca, from its puerta rigurosa (strict dress entry policy) to a 30-plus crowd that has money to burn and likes to...
La Cocina de María Luisa
The home kitchen of former parliamentarian María Luisa Banzo has one of Salamanca’s most loyal followings. The cooking is a carefully...
Calle de Jorge Juan 34 · interesting places nearby
La Colonial de Goya information
A mere 63 varieties of canapé should be sufficient for most, but they also serve a range of carpaccios, croquettes and main dishes at this engaging little tapas bar. The atmosphere is casual, the all-white decor of wood and exposed brick walls is classy, and some of the dishes (such as the sirloin, brie and quail's eggs) are Spanish nouvelle cuisine at its best.