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Plaza Tirso de Molina is a nice plaza with a bit of history. Its origins go back to the 18th century and it honours a 16th century man of letters, Tirso de Molina, a pseudonym of Fray Gabriel Téllez. There are a few cafes and...More
Plaza Tirso de Molina is a public square in central Madrid and named for a Spanish Baroque dramatist, poet and Roman Catholic monk. There's even a statue of Molina in the square dressed in his monk's habit. Around the square are some decent cafes and...More
This a regular plaza in the city. It is a functional plaza having restaurants and shops around it. However, it is not exactly beautiful or appealing in any spectacular way. Not worth a visit by itself.
This was a really vibrant Plaza and area we visited on our eight days holiday to Madrid and what a great find.
This area is a bit more edgy than some of the other more touristic plazas close by but it's a great place to...More
We rented a beautiful apartment here for five nights. It is very convenient to the Atocha station (by Metro or bus) and perfect for exploring old Madrid on foot. Plaza Mayor is 5 minutes, the Palacio is 12.
WINDOW SHOPPERS: Tirso is a center of...More
I have visited Tirso de Molina many times recently. Some great restaurants etc. Some reviewers describe this plaza as gritty. Indeed. There is a substantial population of unfortunate homeless people that have made it their base. On one occasion as we dined al fresco a...More
It was a great experience to spend a few hours there, to enjoy the local atmosphere. There is a street nearby called Celle Cave Baja. Many nice local food mainly tapas are available there. Celle Cave Baja is a very colourful and beautiful street with...More
One or two nice places to eat in the square, plus a theatre (we saw Carmen there), a mix of working (and not working) and middle classes with an edge to it. There is a daily flower market and on a Sunday the square is...More