Plaza de Santa Ana

Plaza Santa Ana s/n, Madrid

Plaza de Santa Ana (English: Saint Anne Square) is a plaza located in central Madrid, Spain, nearby Puerta del Sol and Calle de Huertas, in the Barrio de las Letras. It features monuments to Spanish Golden Age writer Pedro Calderón de la Barca and the Granadian poet Federico García Lorca and numerous restaurants, cafes and tapas bars, with its terraces covering most of the sides surfaces. Teatro Español, the oldest theater in Madrid, is located on the plaza's east side. It was built in seventeenth century and then had the name Corral del Príncipe. On the west side of the plaza, a luxury hotel (now ME Madrid Reina Victoria) was built in the early nineteenth century. The hotel achieved fame for being the favorite among the most popular bullfighters. For example, the regular guest Manolete always reserved room number 220 in superstition. The plaza is a popular meeting point in Madrid.
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Plaza de Santa Ana tours

Madrid Tapas and History Tour Literary quarter

Join me in a fun afternoon  history and tapas tour  in the Literary quarter of Madrid ! In this authentic experience I will share some interesting facts about Spain's history that will help you to see Madrid not just as the  Spanish capital , but as a city full of hideouts, stories and traditions...

Madrid Evening Tapas and Flamenco Tour

Join me to discover two of my favorite traditions of Madrid: a historic quarter and a flamenco show . We will start with a tour of the city, visiting one of the locals best quarters, like the home and burial place of Cervantes. Next we will indulge in some classic Madrid style tapas and wine (or...

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