Plaza De La VillaCurrently Open
- Address: Plaza de la Villa, s/n, 28005 Madrid, Spain
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Plaza, Architecture , Heritage Building
The Plaza de la Villa belongs to the important heritage buildings and plazas of Madrid. It depicts the creation of the architectures based on the Gothic culture and art. It bears the oldest of the buildings named as the Torre de los Lujanes. The build of the Plaza de la Villa dates back to the 15th century. The other buildings of majestic and historical importance are the Casa de Cisneros, which was also built on the Gothic styling, in 1537.
The Ayuntamiento which is functional as the old town hall, was erected by the famous Spanish designer Juan Gomez de Mora. The Ayuntamiento closely resembles the Casa de Cisneros, and is highlighted by its traditional spires, red facade and the typical French roof. Apart from these major buildings, the Plaza de la Villa also houses the worldwide famous St. Andrew’s Church- traditionally named as the Iglesia de San Andres, the Plaza de las Descalzes, which features insights into the monkhood prevalent in Madrid.
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Plaza De La Villa Travel Tips
- The Plaza de la Villa also includes the heritage architectures of the Casa de la Siete Chimeneas situated in the Plaza del Ray, and the Bridge connecting Segovia, traditionally named as the Puente de Segovia, and the Grand Palace of Uceda.
How to Reach Plaza De La Villa
- Nearby Bus Station: Bailen – Mayor, Toledo Nº 24
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25.46% of people who visit Madrid include Plaza De La Villa in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
62.5% of people start their Plaza De La Villa visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Plaza De La Villa
54.35% of people prefer walking in order to reach Plaza De La Villa