Ermita de San Isidro
Casa de Vacas
This building is occasionally used for temporary exhibitions in Parque del Buen Retiro. The Casa de Vacas also sometimes hosts...
Ideally placed for the Parque del Buen Retiro and with child seats/trailers, roller blades and electric bikes for hire. Prices vary...
The Geographic Club
With its elaborate stained-glass windows, ethno-chic from all over the world and laid-back atmosphere, the Geographic Club is an...
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...
Ermita de San Isidro information
The pleasing ruins of this small country chapel is one of the few, albeit modest, examples of extant Romanesque architecture in Madrid. Parts of the wall, a side entrance and part of the apse were restored in 1999 and are all that remain of the 13th-century building. When it was built Madrid was a little village more than 2km away.