Casa De Lope De Vega, Madrid

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Casa De Lope De Vega, Madrid - Address, Phone Number

Address: Calle de Cervantes, 11, 28014 Madrid, Spain

Phone: +34-914299216

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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Lope de Vega was a big deal among historical Spanish writers. That’s why the Real Academia Espanola decided to convert his 17th century house to a museum dedicated to him. Spanish literature geeks – this is your nirvana. Everything inside the building has been recreated to look like as it should have 400 years ago. The building has actually been declared a national monument. You’ll have to ring up and arrange for a guided tour in a language of your choice. Each tour lasts an hour. The experience is very smooth and very informative.

Casa De Lope De Vega Information

  • Guided tours are held which lasts for around 1 hour.

Casa De Lope De Vega Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To reach Casa De Lope De Vega by Public Transport

  • Metro Line 1 Anton Martin.

Restaurants Near Casa De Lope De Vega

  • Restaurante Marina Ventura
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  • This is a very nice way to see how were the Spanish houses of the wealthy during the 16th century. The entrance is free but only with guided tours in Spanish and English.

  • Very informative, but you have to reserve a spot in advance.

  • Even if unkown for many people, Félix Lope the Vega was one of the greatest geniouses of the Spanish Literature, together with Cervantes. This house was his last home and is one of Madrid's treasures, since is one of the few places from the XVIth still preserved in the city. Ever after going under a deep restoration, you can still see how a "good house" was in the Madrid of the Hapsburgs. And it's free! The only "but" it can only be seen with a guided tour that you must book in advance, since only 12 people are allowed to visit it at a time and the groups fill up quickly. If not, you can always see the nice and romantic orchard, recreated exactly as it was at the times of Lope.

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  • FREE Entry, reservation necessary.

  • For all writers and poet lovers!

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