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Guided Walking Tour of Historical Madrid
"First you will visit the “Madrid de los Austrias” (Royal Habsburgs) the Plaza Mayor and cross the Arc of Cutlers which is one of the nine ports of the Plaza Mayor. You'll continue through the ancient winding streets around and will head towards the nearby Plaza de la Villa the core of the medieval Madrid. Here we will admire some of the oldest buildings in Madrid. Such buildings as the Casa de Cisneros Lujanes
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Madrid Market and Tapas Walking Tour Including Lavapiés Visit
"Make your own way to Plaza de la Villa a picturesque square in the heart of Madrid to meet your local guide and begin your 4-hour walking tour of the city’s gastronomic highlights. Follow your guide to a nearby popular market — the perfect place to get acquainted with Madrid’s tantalizing food scene. Browse the aromatic stalls crammed with fresh produce mouthwatering cured meat and cheese and receive an introduction to Spain’s culinary delights from your guide. As you peruse
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Madrid City Center Segway Tour
"Climb aboard an eco-friendly self-balancing Segway for a short but comprehensive tour of Madrid’s historic heart and discover many of its main monuments that date from the Middle Ages and modern age.Meet your guide in Plaza San Miguel for a brief training session. Then cruise over to the Royal Palace the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family. Admire its baroque façade before continuing to Almudena Cathedral with its Gothic revival design.Continue visiting ""La Plaza de la Villa"" the oldest square in the city with a medieval flavor and buildings from different centuries.Enjoy the way to the Royal Palac""
From EUR29.00

Plaza de la Villa Tips (10)

Plaza De La Villa

Unlike it's noisy neighbour, the Plaza Mayor, this square is a tranquil step backwards in time to a Madrid that is older than you typically see. It dates back to medieval times, and possesses three...
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antistar
Dec 07, 2016

Town Square

The Plaza De La Villa (Town Square) lies just a few steps away from Mercado De San Miguel and the Huge Plaza Mayor. This public square is the former town square of which there are three important...
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machomikemd
Oct 04, 2016

Casa de la Villa

Constructed commenced in 1644 of the former Town Hall and finished in 1696. No longer the Town Hall, the building remains operational to this very day.The statute in the square is in memory of...
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Mikebb
Feb 24, 2010

Plaza de la Villa

Madrid’s town square or Plaza de la Villa is close to the Plaza Mayor. Just a small square and yet there are some amazing architecture styles surrounding it. One of the most attractive is the pinkish...
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keeweechic
Sep 23, 2009

Plaza de la Villa

This beautiful building, called Casa de la Villa, housed the City Hall for more than 400 years. They moved to Plaza de Cibeles in October-November 2.007.Would you like to know the height of Madrid...
Redang
Mar 24, 2008

Plaza de la Villa

The Plaza de la Villa (Town Square) is a picturesque small square in the heart of Madrid, not far from the much larger Plaza Mayor. In contrary to the latter, the buildings at the Plaza de la Villa...
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Joacim
Jan 30, 2007

Plaza de la Villa

Thos little square is having a very intimate atmosphere. There are very old buildings surrounding this plaza such as the Torre de los Lujanos, a gotic/ mudejar style building which has served as a...
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ger4444
Apr 07, 2006

Plaza de la Villa

It's surprising to find such a quiet spot in Madrid. With a huge flower bed adorning the center, the Plaza de la Villa is a relaxing site for the visitor. It's surrounded by 15th to 17th-century...
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smschley
Aug 16, 2004

Plaza de la Villa

This nice and quiet spot is surrounded by 15th to 17th-century elegant mansions where the Town Hall resides today. Take a look a the Lujanes tower, built with a mix of stones and bricks, which is one...
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Frisbeeace
Jul 11, 2004

Plaza de la Villa

Much is made of the old buildings in the Plaza de la Villa. They are said to be some of the oldest non-religious buildings in Madrid.It is worth wandering along from the Plaza Mayor to see these, as...
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ChrsStrl
Aug 30, 2003
 
 
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Things to Do Near Plaza de la Villa

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Puerta De Toledo

The Puerta De Toledo (Gate of Toledo) is one of the remains of the 19 gates of the old City Walls of Madrid of which it was named as this gate is the nearest way going to Toledo from the Old Medieval...
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Fuente de Cibeles

This is the centerpiece of the three fountains done along the Paseo Del Prado of which the other two are the Neptune Fountain and the Apollo Statue. Both the Neptune Fountain and the Cibeles fountain...
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La Latina

You can tell by the winding, narrow streets that this is the oldest part of Madrid. Even if the buildings are relatively recent, the streets still follow the pattern of the old Islamic Medina that was...
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Paseo Del Prado

Fancy a break from museum watching? Then Paseo del Prado might be for you. The street goes between the Botanical Gardens and the Cibeles Fountain. In the middle of the street there's a wide islet with...
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Chueca

es un barrio de moda. hay muchas tiendas de moda aqui y tambien muchos restaurantes con comida diferente de espana (mexicana, asia, italiano). calle de libertad tiene muchas restaurantes buenas. es el...
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Plaza Mayor

The Plaza Mayor is like a vast arena. The walls of the square are formed by great residential buildings, with hundreds of inward facing balconies all offering the perfect view. And what sights they...
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