Alma de Ibérico
Museo de Los Orígenes
Next door to the Iglesia de San Andrés, this engaging museum sits on the spot where San Isidro Labrador is said to have ended his days...
You could come here for the tapas, but we recommend Taberna Tempranillo primarily for its wines, of which it has a selection that puts...
Another casual La Latina tapas bar, Lamiak is filled to the rafters on Sundays (a sure sign of La Latina success) and busy at other...
Calle de la Cava Baja 41 · interesting places nearby
Alma de Ibérico information
This purveyor of some of the finest embutidos (cured meats) is perfectly at home on this, one of Madrid’s culinary streets. The jamón comes from the renowned Salamanca region of Castilla y León, with cheeses and other products from around Spain.