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Marques Viudo de Pontejos, 15
Madrid, Spain 28012


Disfruta de una estancia de lujo en pleno corazón de la ciudad de Madrid. Con el famosísimo edificio de La Posada del Peine como vecino, los apartamentos se encuentran situados entre las calles Marques Viudo de Pontejos y calle Postas, una de las calles imprescindibles de paso a la hora de conocer la famosíma Plaza Mayor y todo el Madrid de los Austrias. Recién reformados, Mimis Apartments constan de todo lo necesario para disfrutar de una agradable estancia en Madrid. Se encuentran en un edificio singular, de tan solo un apartamento por planta! 4 plantas en total con toda privacidad. Disponen de unas comodísimas camas dobles, sofas convertible en cama doble o individual, tv, internet fibra óptica, cocina totalmente equipada, lavadora/secadora, baño completo con ducha o bañera de hidromasaje y lo mejor de todo, la luminosidad que ofrecen 3 balcones que tienen todas las plantas y el ambiente de con el que te envuelve el edificio. Rodeada por comercios, restaurantes, ocio y supermercados. Disfruta de poder ir andando a todos lados! 1 minuto a Plaza Mayor. 3 minutos del famoso Mercado san Miguel. 3 minutos Puerta del Sol. 10 minutos Opera, Palacio Real. 6 minutos Latina, Cava Baja. 15 minutos Museo del Prado, Reina Sofia. 8 minutos a Gran Via. Perfecta comunicación de autobuses y metro desde la Puerta del Sol. Pregunta por nuestro servicio de traslado de o/a Aeropuerto. Os esperamos!

Historical Place Near Mimis Apartments

Parque de San Isidro
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Paseo de la Ermita del Santo, Nº 78
Madrid, 28019

La antiguamente y aún hoy conocida como Pradera de San Isidro, es un parque de la ciudad de Madrid y símbolo del barrio de San Isidro (distrito de Carabanchel) constituido como parque desde el año 1970. Actualmente alcanza los metros cuadrados después de la última ampliación realizada en 2006, y donde se construyó el recinto ferial para la Feria de San Isidro.El parque desciende desde la Vía Carpetana hasta el Paseo del Quince de Mayo, prácticamente junto al margen oeste del río Manzanares, y entre el Paseo de la Ermita del Santo y la calle Carlos Dabán.Cada 15 de mayo se celebran en el parque las Fiestas de San Isidro Labrador en recuerdo del patrón de la ciudad San Isidro. Es posible hacerse una idea de lo que era la pradera en 1788 viendo el cuadro de Goya La pradera de San Isidro. Véase también La pradera de San Isidro

Parque de San Isidro
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
Calle Gorrión, S/N
Madrid, 28019

Bridge of Toledo
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Avenida del Manzanares, S/N
Madrid, 28005

913 66 54 77

The Bridge of Toledo is a bridge located in Madrid, Spain. It was built in a Baroque style between 1718 and 1732 by architect Pedro de Ribera and spans the Manzanares River, linking the Pyramids roundabout on the east bank with Marqués de Vadillo Square on the west bank.It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1956.

La Laguna Tenerife
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Canarias Spain
La Laguna, 38206

Real Alcázar De Sevilla
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Patio de Banderas, s/n
Seville, 41004

954 50 23 24

Gate of Toledo
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Ronda de Toledo, 1
Madrid,

The Puerta de Toledo is a gate located in Madrid, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1996. Construction began in 1812, and was not completed till 1827.It was one of the nineteen city gates that had the Walls of Philip IV.

Escuelas Pías de San Fernando
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Calle Sombrerete, 15
Madrid, 28012

914 67 58 43

The Escuelas Pías de San Fernando is a building located in Madrid, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1996.

Palacio Real
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Calle De Bailen
Madrid, 28001

+34 91 454 87 00

Bodega de los Secretos
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
San Blas, 4.
Madrid, 28014

914 29 03 96

En los siglos de vida de este lugar, muchas han sido la historias que han pasado por él. Puertas ocultas, rincón escondido a las tropas de Napoleón, pasadizos secretos y cobijo de los bombardeos en la guerra civil. Hoy en día rodaje de películas, presentaciones de productos de lujo y las exposiciones más exclusivas. En secreto para la mayoría durante mucho tiempo, el extraordinario trabajo de rehabilitación con materiales originales, ha conseguido que hoy La Bodega de los Secretos sea el lugar elegido para sorprender. Decorado con una fusión de estilos y épocas, nuestro restaurante se despliega por los distintos laberintos donde originalmente reposaba el vino y que hoy se ha convertido en un espacio muy, muy especial.

Real Academia de la Historia
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Calle de León, 21
Madrid, 28014

+34 914 290 611

'' is a Spanish institution based in Madrid that studies history "ancient and modern, political, civil, ecclesiastical, military, scientific, of letters and arts, that is to say, the different branches of life, of civilisation, and of the culture of the Spanish people".The Academy was established in 1738. Since 1836 it has occupied an 18th-century building designed by the neoclassical architect Juan de Villanueva.CollectionsAs formerly the main Spanish institution for antiquaries, the Academy retains significant libraries and collections of antiquities, which cannot be seen by the public. The keeper of antiquities is the prehistorian Martín Almagro Gorbea.Items held include: The Glosas Emilianenses The Roda Codex The Missorium of Theodosius I, a large ceremonial silver dish, probably made in Constantinople for the tenth anniversary (decennalia) in 388 of the reign of the Emperor Theodosius I, the last Emperor to rule both the Eastern and Western Empires. It is one of the best surviving examples of Late Antique Imperial imagery and one of finest examples of late Roman goldsmith work.CriticismSome Spanish historians consider it an obsolete misogynist institution, that still considers history as a matter of kings and battles.

Convent of the Barefoot Trinitarians
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
18 Calle de Lope de Vega
Madrid, 28014

The Convent of the Barefoot Trinitarians is a convent located in Madrid, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1943.Writer Miguel de Cervantes was buried at the convent in 1616. His remains were temporarily transferred elsewhere in 1673 during rebuilding, and were then lost until forensic scientists discovered them in 2015.

Paseo del Prado
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Paseo del Prado, S/N
Madrid, 28014

The Paseo del Prado is one of the main boulevards in Madrid, Spain. The Paseo del Prado is the oldest historical urban in Madrid and was declared Bien de Interés Cultural (BIC). It runs north-south between the Plaza de Cibeles and the Plaza del Emperador Carlos V (also known as Plaza de Atocha), with the Plaza de Cánovas del Castillo (the location of the Fuente de Neptuno, and of the Ritz and Palace five-star hotels) lying approximately in the middle. The Paseo del Prado forms the southern end of the city's central axis (which continues to the north of Cibeles as the Paseo de Recoletos, and further north as the Paseo de la Castellana).This densely tree-lined, wide and centric avenue is a landmark for the city residents and the location of important cultural and tourist spots in the city, including the so-called Golden Triangle of Art, which encompasses three museums: the Prado Museum (with highlights such as Diego Velázquez's Las Meninas and Francisco de Goya's La maja vestida and La maja desnuda), the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum (housing a collection that spans eight centuries of European painting), and the Reina Sofia Museum (where Pablo Picasso's Guernica hangs, among a collection of 20th-century art). In the vicinity are located the Parque del Buen Retiro and the Casón del Buen Retiro (hosting the 19th-century collection of the Prado Museum), as well as the headquarters of the Real Academia Española (the Spanish language academy), the Bolsa de Madrid (the city's stock exchange), and the Congreso de los Diputados (the national congress).

Restaurante el botin. El mas antiguo del mundo-1725
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Calle de Los Cuchilleros 17
Madrid, 28005

+34 913 66 42 17

Santa Cruz Palace, Madrid
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Plaza de la Provincia, 1
Madrid, 28012

The Palacio de Santa Cruz or Palace of the Holy Cross is a baroque building in central Madrid, Spain. It now houses the foreign ministry or Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores de España. It was used as a jail until the reign of Philip IV of Spain, when it was converted into a palace.Construction was commissioned in 1629 by Philip IV to house both courts and jail facilities. The architect Juan Gómez de Mora worked on it from 1629-1636, and later other architects like José de Villareal, Bartolomé Hurtado García, and José del Olmo added elements.In 1767 it changed from jail to the Palacio de Santa Cruz, due to its proximity to the church of Santa Cruz. A fire destroyed all but the facade in 1791.Sources History of the Palacio de Santa Cruz by Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores Palacio de Santa Cruz. Entrada de Madrid Histórico

Plaza De Santa Ana
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Plaza de Santa Ana
Madrid, 28012

Iglesia del Sacramento
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Calle del Sacramento, 11
Madrid, 28005

The Iglesia del Sacramento is a 17th-century, Baroque-style, Roman Catholic church located in Madrid, Spain. Since 1980 is the Military Cathedral of Spain and the seat of the Military Archbishop of Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1982.

Madrid / İspanya
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
ispanya madrid
Madrid, 04400

Casón del Buen Retiro
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Calle Alfonso XII, 28
Madrid, 28014

+34 913 302 800

The Casón del Buen Retiro is an annex of the Museo del Prado complex in Madrid. Following major restoration work, which was completed in October 2007, it now houses the Museum's study centre (the Escuela del Prado) and library.Picasso's Guernica canvas, and the sketches associated with its creation, were on display at the Casón from 1981, when it was delivered to Spain from New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), to 1992, when it was moved to its current permanent location in a purpose-built gallery at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.HistoryLocated in front of the Puerta de Felipe IV entrance to the west side of the Retiro Park, the Casón was originally built as the ballroom, the Salón de Baile, of the Buen Retiro Palace, of which now only two buildings, the Casón and the Salón de Reinos which, until it was moved to the Alcázar de Toledo in 2010, housed the Museo del Ejército (Army Museum), still remain.The artistic importance of Luca Giordano's The Allegory of the Golden Fleece, on the ceiling of the Casón, commissioned by King Charles II of Spain (ca.1697), and considered one of the masterpieces of the Prado, is one of the possible reasons given for the building having survived when most of the other buildings in the Bueno Retiro palace complex were knocked down.

Plaza Mayor, Madrid
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Plaza Mayor, 1
Madrid, 28012

911288020

La plaza Mayor está situada en el centro de Madrid, a pocos metros de la plaza de la Puerta del Sol, y junto a la calle Mayor.HistoriaLos orígenes de la plaza se remontan al siglo XVI, cuando en la confluencia de los caminos (hoy en día calles) de Toledo y Atocha, a las afueras de la villa medieval, se celebraba en este sitio, conocido como «plaza del Arrabal», el mercado principal de la villa, construyéndose en esta época una primera casa porticada, o lonja, para regular el comercio en la plaza.En 1580, tras haber trasladado la corte a Madrid en 1561, Felipe II encargó el proyecto de remodelación de la plaza a Juan de Herrera, comenzándose el derribo de las «casas de manzanas» de la antigua plaza ese mismo año. La construcción del primer edificio de la nueva plaza, la Casa de la Panadería, comenzaría en 1590 a cargo de Diego Sillero, en el solar de la antigua lonja. En 1617, Felipe III, encargó la finalización de las obras a Juan Gómez de Mora, quién concluirá la plaza en 1619.

Plaza Mayor, Madrid
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Plaza Mayor
Madrid, 28012

+(34)646004232

The Plaza Mayor was built during Philip III's reign and is a central plaza in the city of Madrid, Spain. It is located only a few Spanish blocks away from another famous plaza, the Puerta del Sol. The Plaza Mayor is rectangular in shape, measuring 129x, and is surrounded by three-story residential buildings having 237 balconies facing the Plaza. It has a total of nine entrance ways. The Casa de la Panadería, serving municipal and cultural functions, dominates the Plaza Mayor.HistoryThe origins of the Plaza go back to 1577 when Philip II asked Juan de Herrera, a renowned Classical architect, to discuss a plan to remodel the busy and chaotic area of the old Plaza del Arrabal. Juan de Herrera was the artist who designed the first project in 1560 to remodel the old Plaza del Arrabal but construction did not start until 1617, during Philip III's reign. The king asked Juan Gómez de Mora to continue with the project, and he finished the porticoes in 1619. Nevertheless, the Plaza Mayor as we know it today is the work of the architect Juan de Villanueva who was given the glorious, albeit difficult task of its reconstruction in 1790 after a series of enormous fires. Giambologna's equestrian statue of Philip III dates to 1616, but it was not placed in the centre of the square until 1848.

Palacio Real Y Almudena
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Plaza de Armería
Madrid, 28013

915422200

Congreso de los Diputados
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Carrera de San Jerónimo s/n
Madrid, 28071

913906000

Es la cuenta oficial en Facebook del Congreso de los Diputados, en la que encontraréis información de actualidad y contenidos divulgativos para conocer mejor la actividad de la Cámara y su historia.

Puerta del Sol Madrid
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Puerta del Sol
Madrid, 28013

Teatro de la Zarzuela
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Calle de Jovellanos 4
Madrid, 28014

+34 915 245 400

The Teatro de la Zarzuela is a theatre in Madrid, Spain. The theatre is today mainly devoted to zarzuela (the Spanish traditional musical theatre genre), as well as operetta and recitals.HistoryThe theatre was designed by architect Jerónimo de la Gándara and built by José María Sánchez Guallart on the initiative of the Spanish Lyrical Company to provide a space for performances of operettas in the Spanish capital. It was modelled on the La Scala theatre in Milan with its three-level horseshoe form and opened to the public on 10 October 1856, the birthday of Queen Isabella II. The name refers to zarzuela, a theatre form that alternates spoken and sung scenes. Its promoters were established masters of the genre such as Francisco Asenjo Barbieri, Rafael Calleja Gómez, Joaquín Gaztambide, Rafael Hernando, José Inzenga, baritono Francisco de Salas, librettist Luis de Olona and composer Cristóbal Oudrid, under Francisco de las Rivas, an important banker.In the second half of the nineteenth century, Teatro de la Zarzuela became Madrid's leading opera house, staging many of the great masterworks. On November 9, 1909 the building was virtually destroyed by fire. The rebuild by Cesareo Iradier reduced the amount of wood and metal, and in 1914 Maestro Luna raised the curtain with his orchestra to reopen the theatre. With the Teatro Real opera house closed from 1925 to 1997, Teatro de la Zarzuela remained Madrid's leading venue throughout the period and hosted most major opera events. The theatre's resident ensemble is the Community of Madrid Orchestra.

Palacio de Oriente
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
C/. Bailén
Madrid, 28013

Palacio Real
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Plaza de Oriente
Madrid, 28013

+34 91 454 87 00

Convent of Las Descalzas Reales
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
3 Calle de San Martín
Madrid, 28013

915212779

The Convent of Las Descalzas Reales is a royal monastery situated in Madrid, Spain, administered by the Patrimonio Nacional.HistoryThe Monasterio de las Descalzas Reales, literally the "Monastery of the Royal Barefoot ed", resides in the former palace of King Charles I of Spain and Isabel of Portugal. Their daughter, Joanna of Austria, founded this convent of nuns of the Poor Clare order in 1559. Throughout the remainder of the 16th century and into the 17th century, the convent attracted young widowed or spinster noblewomen. Each woman brought with her a dowry. The riches quickly piled up, and the convent became one of the richest convents in all of Europe. Tomás Luis de Victoria, Spain's finest Renaissance composer, worked at the convent from 1587 to the end of his life in 1611.The demographics of the convent slowly changed over time, and by the 20th century, all of the sisters were in poverty. The convent maintained the riches of its past, but it was forbidden to auction any of the items off or spend any of the money it received from the dowries. The state intervened when it saw that the sisters were poor, and the pope granted a special dispensation to open the convent as a museum in 1960.Alfonso, Duke of Anjou and Cádiz (died 1989) is buried in the Chapel of Saint John the Baptist next to his elder son Francisco de Asís (died 1984). Alfonso's younger brother Gonzalo (died 2000) is buried in the Chapel of Saint Sebastian.

Landmark and Historical Place Near Mimis Apartments

Gate of Toledo
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Ronda de Toledo, 1
Madrid, Spain

The Puerta de Toledo is a gate located in Madrid, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1996. Construction began in 1812, and was not completed till 1827.It was one of the nineteen city gates that had the Walls of Philip IV.

Cocinante
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
C/ Leonor de la Vega, 3
Madrid, Spain 28005

913546949

La casa de la portera
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Calle Abades, 24, bajo derecha
Madrid, Spain 28012

649397571

La CASA de la PORTERA es un espacio teatral y cultural creado por Alberto Puraenvidia y José Martret. Abrió sus puertas el 8 de Marzo con la representación de IVÁN-OFF de Antón Chejov, versionado y dirigido por Martret. Tan solo 25 espectadores por noche podrán disfrutar de las obras que ahí se representan.

Dalieda de San Francisco
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Gran Vía de San Francisco, 29
Madrid, Spain 28005

La Dalieda de San Francisco es un jardín botánico especializado en dalias de una extensión de 4400 m² que se encuentra situado en Madrid (España).Parte de los especimenes proceden de la antigua dalieda ya desaparecida junto al Palacio de Cristal de la Arganzuela.LocalizaciónLa zona en la que se encuentra este parque peculiar se la conoce como “Las vistillas”, la razón de esa denominación es que está en la zona más alta del Madrid de los Austrias, y las vistas son privilegiadas al sureste de la ciudad.El pequeño parque está situado en un hermoso lugar del viejo Madrid, y su perímetro está delimitado en uno de los flancos por la pared de la iglesia de la Basílica de San Francisco el Grande, y sobre un terreno de lo que en tiempos fue la muralla árabe de la ciudadela defensiva que en un principio era Magerit.No muy lejos de otro lugar emblemático, el complejo que agrupa al Palacio Real y la Catedral de la Almudena, los que ocupan el solar en el que originariamente se elevaba el Alcazar de Madrid, construcción defensiva que con el tiempo fue evolucionando en el palacio y residencia de la Corona en la capital del Reino hasta su destrucción en un incendio.Dalieda de San Francisco Gran Vía de San Francisco, 29 Distrito Centro, CP. 28005 Madrid Planos y vistas satelitales. Horario: De martes a viernes de 9 a 15 horas. Sábados, domingos y festivos de 10 a 14 horas. Entrada gratuita

coLenguando
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Calle de la Encomienda, 21
Madrid, Spain 28012

El espacio de coworking, formación y trabajo colaborativo para profesionales de la lengua, la comunicación, las humanidades y la tecnología.

Cine Doré
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
C/ Santa Isabel, 3
Madrid, Spain 28012

+34 913 691 125

Le Cine Doré est une salle de cinéma construite en 1923 et située dans le centre de Madrid, Espagne. Il abrite depuis 1989 les salles de projection officielles de la Cinémathèque espagnole, organise des conférences, diffuse des films anciens et étrangers en version originale et dispose d'une librairie spécialisée.La Cinémathèque nationaleLa cinémathèque espagnole est une institution du Ministère de la Culture d'Espagne chargée de la préservation du patrimoine cinématographique espagnol. Sa mission est de récupérer, rechercher et conserver le patrimoine cinématographique et le promouvoir.Historique de Cine DoréPremiers cinémas de MadridLe premier cinématographe de Madrid fut installé en 1896 par Jean Busseret, représentant des frères Lumières dans l'ancien hôtel de Russie, au 32 carrera San Jeronimo. Il ne reste rien de cet hôtel, sinon une plaque commémorative au coin de la rue Ventura de la Vega :.Au début du les films sont projetés dans des « salons », des salles itinérantes ou des salles de spectacle et de théâtre. Les salles fixes, en bois puis en pierre, décorés d'ornements en plâtre se construisent petit à petit dans les espaces disponible de la capitale.Salón DoréLe Cine Doré est l’un des premier de ces locaux cinématographiques. Il servait en outre de local à diverses activités de loisirs : on le qualifiait alors de « salon ».Il fut inauguré le 19 décembre 1912 au de la rue Santa Isabel, derrière la Place Atón Martin, au dos de l'église paroissiale de Saint-Sauveur et San-Nicolas. Il pouvait alors accueillir jusqu’à et comportait un rez-de-chaussée, deux étages, un jardin et un salon fumeur.

Casa Patas, flamenco en vivo
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
calle de los Cañizares nº 10
Madrid, Spain 28012

+ 34 91 369 04 96

UN PUNTO DE ENCUENTRO ORIGINAL, CON ENCANTO … Y MUY FLAMENCO. Para disfrutar de un almuerzo o cena diferente, Casa Patas es un establecimiento singular que combina a con arte la gastronomía tradicional española y los espectáculos de flamenco en vivo de alta calidad. Aquí encontrará los productos más apreciados de nuestra gastronomía, como el jamón ibérico, los buenos embutidos y quesos del país, el rabo de toro, así como una cuidada selección de vinos españoles, que conforman la base de nuestra oferta culinaria. Y para finalizar la velada, podrá asistir a un espectáculo flamenco de primer nivel, de los que no deja indiferente ni a los entendidos ni a los no iniciados en este arte. También disponemos de El Café Cantante que ponemos a su disposición para la celebración de eventos y reuniones privadas. Es un conjunto de espacios multifuncionales, dispuestos entorno a un hermoso patio de estilo andaluz, acondicionado para disfrutar de forma exclusiva de los servicios de comidas y flamenco en vivo, con la posibilidad añadida de La Sala García Lorca como salón de actos. La Sala García Lorca de la Fundación "Casa Patas" ofrece una programación estable de recitales de cante flamenco acompañado de guitarra española.

Las termas, apartamento en Toledo
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Amador de los Rios 4
Toledo, Spain 45001

Apartamentos en Alquiler, precios, 65 euros noche en Plaza Amador de los rios 4, Toledo y 55 euros noche en el estudio de Martin Gamero, Toledo

Real Academia de la Historia
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Calle de León 21
Madrid, Spain 28014

+34 914 290 611

La Real Academia de la Historia de España es una institución encargada del estudio de la Historia de España, «antigua y moderna, política, civil, eclesiástica, militar, de las ciencias, letras y artes, o sea, de los diversos ramos de la vida, civilización y cultura de los pueblos españoles», y tiene su sede en la Villa de Madrid.HistoriaLos orígenes de la Real Academia de la Historia están en las tertulias celebradas por varios eruditos, desde 1735, en el domicilio de Julián Hermosilla, abogado de los Reales Consejos, para tratar asuntos de Historia.Posteriormente, trasladaron sus tertulias a los salones de la recién creada Real Biblioteca y solicitaron la protección del rey Felipe V, que se la otorgó creando oficialmente la Real Academia de la Historia mediante Real Decreto el 18 de abril de 1738, y aprobando sus estatutos mediante Real Cédula el 17 de junio del mismo año, donde se establecía que la finalidad de la Academia era la de aclarar «la importante verdad de los sucesos, desterrando las fábulas introducidas por la ignorancia o por la malicia, conduciendo al conocimiento de muchas cosas que oscureció la antigüedad o tiene sepultado el descuido».En 1785, Carlos III ordena su traslado a la Casa de la Panadería, en la Plaza Mayor de Madrid, donde ya estaba ubicada la biblioteca de la Real Academia de la Historia desde 1775.

Convent of the Barefoot Trinitarians
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
18 Calle de Lope de Vega
Madrid, Spain 28014

The Convent of the Barefoot Trinitarians is a convent located in Madrid, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1943.Writer Miguel de Cervantes was buried at the convent in 1616. His remains were temporarily transferred elsewhere in 1673 during rebuilding, and were then lost until forensic scientists discovered them in 2015.

Cortes (Madrid)
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Calle Julián Besteiro, 5
Madrid, Spain 28014

915 52 13 08

Cortes is a ward of Madrid belonging to the district of Centro.

Arco de Cuchilleros
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
c/ Cuchilleros n 7
Madrid, Spain 28005

913 64 02 63

El arco de Cuchilleros es uno de los diez accesos de la Plaza Mayor de Madrid. Está situado en la esquina sur-oeste de la plaza. La considerable altura de este arco se debe al gran desnivel que existe entre la Plaza Mayor y la antigua Cava de San Miguel.HistoriaEl arco de Cuchilleros es obra de Juan de Villanueva, quién tras el incendio de la Plaza Mayor en 1790, cerró completamente la plaza habilitando una serie de arcadas para su acceso.El origen de su nombre está en la calle de Cuchilleros a la que da salida, y en la que estuvieron los talleres del gremio de cuchilleros que suministraban sus artículos al gremio de carniceros concentrados en el interior y aledaños de la plaza Mayor.En la actualidad, tanto la Plaza Mayor como el arco y calle de Cuchilleros son un destacado punto turístico de la capital de España.Enlaces externosMultiMadrid.com - Vista panorámica del arco de Cuchilleros y su entorno

Teatro Español
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
c/. Príncipe, 25
Madrid, Spain 28012

+34 913 601 484

Teatro Español is a public theater administered by the Government of Madrid, Spain. The prime location was an open-air theater in medieval times where small venues and some theatrical pieces, which formed famous classical literature in later years, were staged. Its establishment was authorized by a decree of Philip II in 1565.The 18th century also marked the definitive consecration of Teatro del Príncipe, which had its own group of followers, the "chorizos," in constant struggle with the "polacos," who preferred the scenarios of the rival Teatro de la Cruz. By this time, Leandro Fernández de Moratín premiered La comedia nueva at Teatro del Príncipe. On 11 July 1802, the theater was engulfed by fire, to be re-opened five years later with the conclusion of the renovation work led by Juan de Villanueva.The current building, erected in Neoclassical style according to a design of Román Guerrero, was built between 1887 and 1895 under the direction of Natalio Grueso. In the foreground of the theater is Plaza de Santa Ana, built after the demolishion of a 16th-century Carmelite monastery. The names of famous theater personalities are engraved on the façade, among them the name of Federico García Lorca.HistoryTeatro del PríncipeThe former Teatro del Príncipe, or Corral del Príncipe, was a theatre of zarzuelas acquired by the brotherhood Cofradía de la Pasión y de la Soledad on 9 February 1580. By the end of that year, Corral de la Pacheca was acquired by the same brotherhood, which also bought two other buildings from Álava de Ibarra, doctor to Philip II, and another sold by Don Rodrigo de Herrera. It was built from 7 May 1582 with opening on 21 September of the following year with a play by Vázquez and John of Ávila.

Mercado de San Miguel
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
2 Calle de la Cava de San Miguel
Madrid, Spain 28005

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El Mercado de San Miguel es un Centro de Cultura Culinaria que aglutina a los mejores comerciantes, profesionales, expertos y entusiastas de sus respectivas especialidades.

Sol (Madrid)
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Plaza Hermanos Falcó y Álvarez de Toledo, 4
Madrid, Spain 19002

Sol is a ward of Madrid belonging to the district of Centro.

Teatro de la Zarzuela
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Calle de Jovellanos 4
Madrid, Spain 28014

+34 915 245 400

The Teatro de la Zarzuela is a theatre in Madrid, Spain. The theatre is today mainly devoted to zarzuela (the Spanish traditional musical theatre genre), as well as operetta and recitals.HistoryThe theatre was designed by architect Jerónimo de la Gándara and built by José María Sánchez Guallart on the initiative of the Spanish Lyrical Company to provide a space for performances of operettas in the Spanish capital. It was modelled on the La Scala theatre in Milan with its three-level horseshoe form and opened to the public on 10 October 1856, the birthday of Queen Isabella II. The name refers to zarzuela, a theatre form that alternates spoken and sung scenes. Its promoters were established masters of the genre such as Francisco Asenjo Barbieri, Rafael Calleja Gómez, Joaquín Gaztambide, Rafael Hernando, José Inzenga, baritono Francisco de Salas, librettist Luis de Olona and composer Cristóbal Oudrid, under Francisco de las Rivas, an important banker.In the second half of the nineteenth century, Teatro de la Zarzuela became Madrid's leading opera house, staging many of the great masterworks. On November 9, 1909 the building was virtually destroyed by fire. The rebuild by Cesareo Iradier reduced the amount of wood and metal, and in 1914 Maestro Luna raised the curtain with his orchestra to reopen the theatre. With the Teatro Real opera house closed from 1925 to 1997, Teatro de la Zarzuela remained Madrid's leading venue throughout the period and hosted most major opera events. The theatre's resident ensemble is the Community of Madrid Orchestra.

Palacio del Senado
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10 Plaza de la Marina Española
Madrid, Spain 28013

O Palacio del Senado é a sede do Senado da Espanha, a câmara alta das Cortes Generales. Fica localizado na Plaza de la Marina, em Madrid.HistóriaO Palacio del Senado foi construído no século XVI para abrigar o Colegio de La Encarnación, de propriedade dos Agostinianos. O Colégio foi durante séculos uma das mais destacadas instituições religiosas da Corte espanhola, contendo ainda obras de imensurável valor histórico, como pinturas de El Greco (hoje exibidas no Museu do Prado).Em 1814, pela primeira vez o local sediou uma reunião parlamentar: as Cortes de Cádis. Voltou a sediá-las entre 1820 e 1823, durante o período conhecido como Triênio liberal. Em 1834, o Colegio foi escolhido para abrigar o Estamento de Próceres, a então câmara alta espanhola. Perdeu esta função somente na década de 1920, quando o ditador Primo de Rivera dissolveu as Cortes e estabeleceu a Asamblea Nacional Consultiva, de sistema unicameral. Durante a Segunda República, o unicameralismo foi mantido e a Corte passou a se reunir no Palácio de Cristal del Retiro.

Chueca
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Plaza Chueca
Madrid, Spain 28004

Chueca is a district named after a square sited in a central neighbourhood in Madrid named Justicia. It lies just to the north of the old city, with its metro station "Chueca." Chueca is very lively, with many street cafes and boutique shops; Lonely Planet describes it as "extravagantly gay, lively young, and always inclusive regardless of your sexual orientation."LGBTThe neighborhood has become a popular area for Madrid's gay community, with a lot of LGBT or LGBT-friendly shops. Since Madrid's serving as host of the 2007 Europride, the Gay Pride march has evolved to the biggest gay festival in the world. For five days at the beginning of the summer, Chueca is an appealing place containing five stages located at various plazas, as well as hundreds of outdoor bars, allowing hundreds of thousands to revel in the open air. In 2012 more than 300,000 foreigners travelled to Madrid for the LGBT celebrations, with most of them having visited and enjoyed Chueca.Art in ChuecaDuring the last years Chueca has become a center for gay art. The Festival Visible wich takes place every year during the Gay Pride, has included works by Jean Cocteau, Wilhelm van Gloeden, David Hochney, Tom of Finland, Roberto González Fernández or David Trullo. Shows such as "De bares hacia la exposicion" by Daniel Garbade in (2011) or the Illustrations : Chueca by Miguel Navia (2014) reflect through drawings and paintings the gay-neighborhood.

San Antonio de los Alemanes
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Corredera Baja de San Pablo, 16
Madrid, Spain 28004

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St Antony of the Germans is a Baroque, Roman Catholic church located at the corner of Calle de la Puebla and Corredera Baja de San Pablo Madrid, Spain. It is noted for its baroque interior decoration. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1973.HistoryThe 17th-century church is built in the Baroque style and was designed by Pedro Sánchez. The highly decorative High Altar and three side altars belong to the 18th century and were commissioned by the last Habsburg kings of Spain.The church was built in the 1620s-1630s by King Felipe III along with a hostel and hospital for the Portuguese migrants who moved to Madrid when Portugal was under Spanish rule. For this reason it was originally called Hospital de los Portugueses. When Portugal gained independence, Phillip IV's Queen, Mariana de Austria, dedicated the refuge to German immigrants, and changed names.King Phillip V gave the administration of the church over to the Hermandad del Refugio (Fraternity of Sanctuary), and this group continues to manage it today, offering food and shelter to the homeless of Madrid.The Church is dedicated to St Antony of Padua, patron saint of the poor. St Antony was born in Lisbon, Portugal in 1198, and became a first an Augustinian, then a Franciscan order monk, well known for his eloquent sermons. He preached in France and Italy, and died in Padua in 1231 at the age of 36. St Antony is considered the patron saint of those with items lost or misplaced.

Justicia (Madrid)
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Plaza de la Villa de París
Madrid, Spain 28004

Justicia is a ward of Madrid belonging to the district of Centro.