Plaza de Santa Ana
Surge de la demolición en 1810 del antiguo convento de las Carmelitas Descalzas y las casas anexas. El solar resultante se ajardinó y comenzó a tomar su fisonomía actual. Denominada también Plaza del Príncipe Alfonso.
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A famous and popular Plaza in Madrid among the locals and tourist, featuring nice bars and restaurants.
Wonderful neighborhood where famous writers lived during the Spanish Golden Age. Very lively with a lot of bars and restaurants.
This square was originally the site of the Convent of Santa Ana, founded in 1586 but demolished during the reign of José I Bonaparte in 1810. In its place, the Square was created around 1848. On the east side, is the Teatro Español. Today, it is a wonderful place to just sit and enjoy. It is one of…
Beautiful square, but try to eviod eating there: super pricy and not so good. Plaza hermosa, pero intenta evitar comer ahí: bastante caro y no tan bueno.
Area with a lot of tapas bar and terraza for a drink. Metro Line 1, stop Anton Martin
Nice street in old Madrid, perfect to have lunch or a drink in one of its terraces.
“A not to miss landmark is the Vertical Garden of Caixaforum, designed by Patric Blanc.”
“It is widely considered to have one of the world's finest collections of European art, dating from the 12th century to the early 20th century, based on the former Spanish Royal Collection, and the single best collection of Spanish art. ”
“Top contemporary art museum in Madrid. Always featuring interesting activities and concerts ”
“First Square in Madrid. Catch a Free Tour here if you can. We recommend SANDEMANs Free Tour.”
Point of Interest
“The Malasaña Neigborhood is well-known for its punkish la movida revolution in the 80’s. This trendy barrio is considered one of Madrid’s best cultural and alternative venues for shopping and socializing. It has many trendy boutiques and vintage shops, as well as many art spaces hidden around the area. During the day, enjoy the plethora of cool-as-they-are-compact clothing shops and admire the art galleries. By night, get a taste of the nightlife because the neighborhood also has many bars, clubs, and other nightlife venues that reflect the neighborhood's alternative culture. SUGGESTED VENUES *Café Isadora: Classic Spanish cafe *Centro Cultural Conde Duque: Cultural center that host everything from art exhibitions to live performances Address Malasaña, Madrid Duration 2 hrs. Hours Mon-Sun: All day”
Centro, Comunidad de Madrid 28012
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