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Barrio de Las Letras

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Carlos
May 14, 2022
The Literary Quarter, or Barrio de las Letras, was home to great 17th-century writers like Lope de Vega, whose house is now a museum with period artworks and a courtyard garden. Today’s cultural scene covers classic plays at Teatro Español and live flamenco at tablao dinner theaters. Cafes and beer halls open onto lively terraces in Plaza de Santa Ana, and chic bistros and boutiques line surrounding cobbled lanes.
The Literary Quarter, or Barrio de las Letras, was home to great 17th-century writers like Lope de Vega, whose house is now a museum with period artworks and a courtyard garden. Today’s cultural scene covers classic plays at Teatro Español and live flamenco at tablao dinner theaters. Cafes and beer…
Freddy
November 11, 2021
Historical neighborhood where the most famous writers lived.
Belen
November 2, 2021
The Barrio de las Letras, or the Literary Quarter, is another one of the liveliest neighborhoods in Madrid. Writers like Cervantes and Lope de Vega lived in the neighborhood back in the day. Some of the best activities to do in the Literary Quarter are: One you've explored the Literary Quarter, it's time to head to our next afternoon stop... Step off the beaten path and onto the almost 2000 year old cobblestone streets Sit down along one of the beautiful terraces in the Plaza de Santa Ana Grab a drink at one of the upbeat beer halls One you've explored the Literary Quarter, it's time to head to our next afternoon stop...
The Barrio de las Letras, or the Literary Quarter, is another one of the liveliest neighborhoods in Madrid. Writers like Cervantes and Lope de Vega lived in the neighborhood back in the day. Some of the best activities to do in the Literary Quarter are: One you've explored the Literary Quarter, it…
Sherry
December 23, 2021
Proper City centre, very old and narrow streets, one of my fav!
Ana-SAHMA
November 20, 2019
Barrio vintage...sus calles peatonales, sus tiendas y restaurantes son una pasada