La Posada de la Villa can be found in the heart of Madrid's La Latina district. As its name suggests, the restaurant is located in an authentic posada ' a traditional inn ' dating back to 1642.
La Posada still retains its traditional style and its seats are carved with the names of some of those that have dined on the excellent food in this restaurant. The menu offers traditional Madrid cuisine based on timeless recipes and cooking styles. Specialities include suckling lamb roasted in an earthenware dish in the old Arab oven; 'cocido madrileño', the three-course meat and chickpea stew made in a clay stewpot; Madrid-style tripe; chicken 'pepitoria', traditionally made with almonds and egg yolk, or the exquisite desserts that are typical of this capital city. There is also an extensive wine list with more than 175 wines as well as a good selection of cigars.
Over the years La Posada de la Villa has seen the famous and infamous pass through its doors and it continues to be popular.
Sobrino de Botín, established in 1725 by a French man Jean Botin and his spouse, is the oldest restaurant still in operation in Spain, as well as one of the oldest restaurants in the world. Originally called Casa Botín, its most known dishes are a speciality of cochinillo asado (roast suckling pig), and sopa de ajo (an egg, poached in chicken broth, and laced with sherry and garlic). Read more
San Isidro Church
The church of San Isidro el Real, also known as the church of the Colegiata or Collegium of San Isidro, is a Baroque church located in central Madrid. Named after and holding the remains of the patron saint of Madrid, Isidore the Laborer and his wife Santa Maria de la Cabeza, the church was designed by the architect Pedro Sánchez and built from 1620 to 1664.
St. Michael's Basilica
The Pontifical Basilica of St. Michael is a baroque Roman Catholic church and minor basilica located in San Justo Street. It was built from 1739 to 1745 under the designs of Santiago Bonavía, on the site of the parish church of Sts. Justus and Pastor. Its notable features include the wood sculptures by Luis Salvador Carmona, and a cupola decorated with frescos (1745), by Bartolomé Rusca.
San Pedro el Real
The Church of San Pedro el Real, also known as San Pedro el Viejo, is a small medieval church located in central Madrid. The original church was constructed in the 14th century, but extensive renovations were performed, and a new facade and portals added in the 17th and 19th centuries.
Market of San Miguel
The Market of San Miguel (Spanish: Mercado de San Miguel) is a market located in Madrid, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 2000.
Located in Calle de la Cava Baja, the 3 star hotel Posada del León de Oro boasts a central position, nestled in the La Latina bohemian neighborhood. This historic posada in Madrid, crossed from side to side by the 12th century Christian walls, offers its guests a friendly and family atmosphere and comfortable rooms for 2 persons. Staying at the Posada del León de Oro Hotel, guests can explore Madrid and its many attractions and museums. Discover the nearby Plaza Mayor square, or the Puerta del Sol, along with the El Prado Museum, the Archaeological Museum, the Reina Sofía and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museums. And, young people who want to experience the Madrid night life, can walk along the Gran Vía, the Madrid's main commercial street, visit the Retiro Park and enter the numerous clubs, bars and discos of the city. The hotel provides coffee and complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and complimentary wireless Internet access throughout the property.
Posada del Dragón
Guests of La Posada del Dragón Hotel will have a wonderful holiday thanks to the central location of this accommodation. Visitors will easily reach on foot from this 3 star Madrid hotel the central Plaza Mayor square as well as many other tourist attractions of the capital of Spain. From La Posada del Dragón Hotel guests will easily discover Madrid. Monuments such as La Puerta del Sol, Cibeles Square, Debod Egyptian temple and the magnificent Royal Palace will be within a stone’s throw, as well as the three famous museums of El Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen Bornemisza. The historic building of La Posada del Dragón Hotel was designed by Francisco de Cubas in 1868, and was originally a guest house, as many other traditional accommodations in the same street. The building has been recently refurbished to offer guests a contemporary and classy style, becoming a great example of the contemporary, and at the same time traditional architecture of Madrid. La Posada del Dragón Hotel makes part of the Design Hotels chain, ensuring guests an exclusive stay in Madrid.
Petit Palace Mayor Plaza
Petit Palace Mayor Plaza Madrid is a contemporary hotel which is located right next to the famous Plaza Mayor, in one of the most renowned and lively streets of Madrid. The hotel’s incredible location offers easy access to all the most famous areas of Madrid like Plaza Mayor, the Royal Place, Puerta del Sol, Prado Museum as well as Gran Via with its surrounding shopping streets. Petit Palace Mayor Plaza Madrid offers 58 modernly designed rooms with personal computers in all rooms and free Wi-Fi internet connection. Furthermore, the rooms include a 26” flat-screen television with international channels, a free safe and an en-suite bathroom with a hydro-massage shower. The Petit Palace Mayor Plaza Hotel has rooms with exterior or interior views as well as spacious family rooms for up to 4 people.
Petit Palace Posada del Peine
Hotel Petit Palace Posada del Peine Madrid is housed in a historic building in the very heart of the old quarters of Madrid. This elegant hotel enjoys an excellent location close to 'Plaza Mayor'. You won’t need any means of transport in order to visit the most important places in Madrid, like the “Puerta del Sol”, the Royal Palace, and Prado Museum as they are all within walking distance. The building is well-known just by its name; 'Posada del Peine', since it was funded in 1610. With almost 400 years of history, the hotel is proud to hold the title of the oldest hotel in Madrid, in which various celebrities have stayed the night until 1970, when the hotel was unfortunately forced to close its doors. High Tech Hotels reopened the hotel in 2005. The beautiful and original façade contrasts with an elegant and modern interior design, offering attractive and comfortable rooms, with modern installations and the latest in technology.There is a tourist bus to all monuments and emblematic streets of Madrid (costs apply). Reservations can be made at the hotel reception. Furthermore, the hotel staff can recommend and book excursions, restaurants, shows, or museum tickets. The magnificent rooms of Petit Palace Posada del Peine Madrid are all fully equipped with a personal computer with free Wi-Fi internet access, an en-suite bathroom with a hydro-massage shower, a flat screen TV and more modern conveniences. At the Petit Palace Posada del Peine Hotel you will find the latest technological innovations in the most emblematic building in Madrid!
Km1 Plaza Mayor Apartments
The H2 Plaza Mayor offers 3 star holiday apartments in Madrid situated right in downtown Madrid. H2 Plaza Mayor provides fully furnished and comfortable accommodations in Madrid that are ideal for groups and families on holiday in Spain. The apartments at H2 Plaza Mayor are located in the Central District of Madrid and in the Sol neighborhood so they are close to major sites in Madrid for the perfect vacation or weekend break in Spain. From H2 Plaza Mayor, guests can easily visit beautiful Madrid attractions, including Palacio Real in addition to the historic Plaza Mayor and Puerto del Sol. The famous landmark of the Royal Theater and opera house with well-preserved architecture is also right nearby. While staying at one of the apartments in H2 Plaza Mayor, guests can easily get around Madrid with the expansive metro and bus system. Guests can prepare meals within the apartments as well as enjoy the many restaurants and bars in Madrid.
La Taberna del Capitán Alatriste is located in the heart of Madrid in a 16th century palace in the La Latina district.
The beautifully decorated restaurant, which is styled on Madrid's Golden Age, takes its name from the novel by Arturo Pérez Reverte in which the author used this setting as the inspiration for the tavern visited by Capitán Alatriste.
The menu offers sumptuous food using ingredients typical of Madrid, featuring specialities such as 'Capitán' rib of beef, grilled meats, Lebrija-style breadcrumbs and Flanders tart. There is also a long wine list with more than 175 wines.
Las Cuevas de Luis Candelas
Las Cuevas de Luis Candelas is located in the Arco de Cuchilleros, next to the Plaza Mayor in Madrid. Founded in 1949, it is one of Madrid's most historic restaurants.
Today, Las Cuevas de Luis Candelas retains its original features. Its name comes from the famous caves that sheltered the infamous 19th century bandit, Luis Candelas, who robbed from the rich to give to the poor.
Las Cuevas de Luis Candelas offers traditional Madrid cuisine, including roasted suckling pig and suckling lamb slow cooked in a wood-fired oven, 'cocido madrileño' - Madrid's traditional three course stew, oven-roasted hake 'a la cazuela', tripe, or typical Madrid desserts, all accompanied by an extensive wine list. The historic Las Cuevas restaurant will take visitors back in time.
Naia is located in the famous Plaza de la Paja in the heart of Madrid. It offers a creative and seasonal menu that combines new culinary trends with traditional dishes, providing some enjoyable surprises. In the elegant and welcoming dining room diners can enjoy dishes such as scallops with foie gras, a ruby port reduction and spiced toasts; tartare of prawns with white garlic and avocado ceviche; or Ibérico pork loin roasted with fresh figs and sherry. The restaurant has a chill-out area for drinks after dinner and in summer there is a large outdoor terrace.
La Capilla de La Bolsa
Enjoy different Mediterranean dishes with innovative touches and the highest quality raw produce. The culinary philosophy of La Capilla de La Bolsa is to process food as little as possible to ensure that it does not lose any of its flavour. Seasonal vegetables and seafood include gratinée sea urchins with a touch of cava wine, or our marinated red partridge salad served on a bed of lettuce leaves. The main dishes are also exquisitely prepared. Choose from sword fish and avocado carpaccio served with prawn vinaigrette, traditional farmyard chicken in an apple, pepper and nut sauce, or grilled fillet of sirloin steak and grilled fillet mignon with pepper sauce. The menu is completed by a selection of hand-crafted desserts, where you will find highly original dishes such as large Szechuan-peppered strawberries with bourbon vanilla ice cream. Also available is a wide selection of both national and international wines and cigars.
Ernie's Station is a hamburger joint straight out of 1950s America. Diners can create their own hamburger combinations by selecting a wide variety of extras and garnishes. There are also Tex-Mex dishes on the menu as well as excellent classic hot dogs. A unique experience in the heart of Madrid!