This plaza has numerous cafes both with indoor and outdoor seating. A great place to stop and enjoy your time in Madrid. Excellent people watching.
Relaxing and cosy atmosphere at this Plaza. While stroling along you can choose between several good restaurants and bars. Easy to get a good meal in this area, whether you go there for lunch or dinner.
Come on a Friday or Saturday night and the Plaza will be full of people, mostly younger generations. But come at any time and enjoy the Plkaza with the Teater at one end and the elegant hotel in the other. In between are small tabernas and cervecerias, among them Cafe Alemana. Restaurant VinaP on the Plaza is a good and... More
The Plaza Santa Ana is always a nice place to visit. There is always plenty of space in the plaza and the design is quite good. There are two statues there, one to Pedro Calderon de la Barca, and the other to Federico Garcia Lorca, the writer from Granada. There is also the Hotel Melia ME, which is a very... More
I read about this plaza in a couple tour books, so we went there to check it out and were not disappointed. The plaza has interesting old buildings around it that now are bars and restaurants. These establishments have many tables and chairs in the plaza and it's very enjoyable to sit, have a drink and watch the world walk... More
so lively at night with an older clientel of people than malsania. full of tiurists too. also nearby la latina and the center of madrid puerta del sol. full of people but really relaxed at night. enormous amount of tapas bars.
Not much in the actual square, but there are tons of restaurants and disco clubs on the alley ways off of the square. Be careful of the hawkers that tell you about "special entry" discounts for a disco and they will insist on taking you there right then. They ALL have the same discount and its usually available all night... More
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