Plaza De Espana, Madrid
About Plaza De Espana, Madrid
Plaza De Espana, Madrid - Address, Phone Number
Address: Plaza Espana, 20, 28008 Madrid, Spain
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This sudden oasis at the end of Madrid’s is unexpectedly peaceful. It’s also Madrid’s most popular hangout. The standouts here are two of the largest/tallest buildings in the city, and even more popular is the fountain and statue combo that makes up the Monument to Miguel Cervantes, the writer of Don Quixote. Sunbathers are regulars here, but so are nightbirds, thanks to a wonderful lighting scheme.
Plaza De Espana Information
- The Plaza has been a quite popular shooting venue for movies. The Plaza also has a decorative assortment of tiles which provide a beautiful backdrop for selection of portraits. The assortment is widely known as the Alcoves of the Provinces.
Plaza De Espana Opening and Closing Hours
- It’s a traffic intersection. Hence you can visit the place any time of the day.
How To reach Plaza De Espana by Public Transport
- Metro Line 3 and 10 stop Plaza de Espana
Restaurants Near Plaza De Espana
- National Geographic Cafe
- El Serrete
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This is one if the great spots around Madrid for taking the load off and sitting on a bench to people watch. The statue is amazing, and larger than one would think. I would highly recommend making this place a part of your itinerary.
Historical place of Madrid just in the city Centre. It's usually very crowded and it's very popular among young people. It's common to enjoy cultural activities or flea markets there.
One of the best spots in Madrid to get a bit of sun after walking along Gran Via. Nice gardens and some food options around, many of them with takeaway offering, perfect to enjoy the meal in a bench of the park.
A wonderful, open space at the end of Gran Via. Here, you can see Edificio España and Torre de Madrid, two architectural icons of the city of Madrid. Also, in the middle of the school, you will find a statue to Cervantes’s greatest literary couple, Don Quijote and Sancho Panza.
One of the most famous squares of Madrid, some small cool or traditional places to eat or have a drink, just next to the beautiful Debod Temple. Nice place
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