Palacio de Santa Cruz
Just off the southeastern corner of Plaza Mayor and dominating Plaza de Santa Cruz is this baroque edifice, which houses the Ministerio...
Like most of the tablaos around town, this place sees far more tourists than locals, but the quality is nonetheless unimpeachable. It’s...
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 Toledo 18 · interesting places nearby
Casa Hernanz information
Comfy, rope-soled alpargatas (espadrilles), Spain’s traditional summer footwear, are worn by everyone from the King of Spain down, and you can buy your own pair at this humble workshop, which has been hand-making the shoes for five generations; you can even get them made to order. Prices range from €5 to €40 and queues form whenever the weather starts to warm up.