Carrera de San Jeronimo
Carrera de San Jeronimo
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The area
Neighborhood: Sol
How to get there
  • Sevilla • 4 min walk
  • Vodafone Sol • 4 min walk

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54 reviews
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Very good
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Ilene B
Hod Hasharon, Israel85 contributions
Jul 2017
On this street which leads to Puerta del Sol, one can find one of the best Tapas places in Madrid. The King of Jamon. Order your beer and receive a tapas sandwich with it. You can order many different kinds of tapas or plates of food.. You can eat at the bar like the locals or go upstairs to the seating area. A must to really feel like a local. There are more places like this one scattered in central Madrid.
Written July 14, 2017
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Dan L
Bunbury, Australia7,494 contributions
Apr 2018 • Couples
This street runs between the Puerta del Sol and the Plaza de las Cortes and is one of a myriad of streets and alleys that we walked while in Madrid. There are many delightful buildings to be found here. Restaurants, cafes, bars and shops aplenty. Two of the oldest businesses in the city are located here; Casa Mira dating to 1842 and famous for cakes, desserts, turron (a type of nougat containing nuts) and marzipan. The other establishment is Lhardy, an upscale restaurant that opened in 1839.
You can spend an hour here, but you can also spend a day just browsing, enjoying a coffee at some of the cafes, indulging your sweet tooth, or just people watching.
Written May 24, 2018
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Neil K
Liverpool, UK619,734 contributions
Sep 2019 • Friends
There are so many cool streets in Madrid and Carrera De San Jeronimo is a street typical of the type of streets to be found in this part of town.
We walked out onto it from leaving Puerta Del Sol ( roughly ) architecture is nice,its central location ensures its busy and there's some great pubs ,bars and restaurants not just along the street but also the streets and plaza's along Carrera De San Jeronimo.
Well worth checking out if your in the area.
Written September 11, 2019
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Dimitris L
Sydney, Australia45,296 contributions
Oct 2018 • Couples
Carrera de San Jeronimo is a nice street which goes back a long time. Its history is quite long, a few hundred years or so. There are several good cafes, bars and restaurants there as well as other lovely shops. Worth walking along this street and having a relaxing time.
Written June 29, 2019
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Robert B
Saratoga Springs, NY984 contributions
Apr 2018 • Family
Constant Companion and I were still dealing with jet lag but this procession is the most popular of Semana Santa in Madrid. It is viewed by tens of thousands of Madrileños so it is crucial that you arrive early. The procession begins at the Basilica of Jesus de Medinaceli @ 19:00 and continues to Carrera de Jeronimo where it passes in front of the Congress of Deputies. From there it journeys to Puerto del Sol, back to Calle de Alcala, on to Plaza de Cibeles, and the returns to the Basilica. If you decide to attend you will get a good view of the 17th century carving of Jesus Nazareno de Medinaceli, which was taken by Spanish soldiers in 1682-the first year of the procession. This was a real treat. So glad these we were in attendance!
Written August 1, 2018
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Quack H
HONG KONG2,810 contributions
Aug 2016 • Solo
I arrived Madrid by train at Puerto del Sol, walked passed by Rua Carrera. Rua Carrera is a busy street with restaurants and shops.
Written September 12, 2016
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China159,636 contributions
Jun 2016 • Couples
Carrera de San Jeronimo is street that runs between Puerta Del Sol and Plaza de las Cortes in central Madrid. It is quite busy with fellow pedestrians and traffic for the first few hundred metres east of Puerta Del Sol but then the pedestrian traffic, at least, thins out.

Most interesting, this street passes through the small Plaza De Canalejas, where you can see some interesting buildings like Casa de Allende and Edificio Meneses.

At the eastern end, Carrera de San Jeronimo merges with Calle Del Prado until it runs into Pasea Del Prado at Plaza De Canovas Del Castillo. There is a nice Neptune fountain and you will be in the vicinity of Madrid's most important museums like Thyssen-Bornemisza and Prado.

In the end, the is the most direct walking route for those making their way between Puerto Del Sol and Paseo Del Prado. You see some interesting buildings along the way and pass numerous restaurants, bars, cafes and some shops as well.
Written July 12, 2016
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BennyMalaga
Malaga, Spain89,775 contributions
Apr 2016 • Couples
The Carrera de San Jeronimo runs between the Puerta del Sol and the Plaza de las Cortes. The street is only half a kilometer long, so it is an easy walk to get to the Puerta del Sol. There are many interesting buildings on the street.
Written April 28, 2016
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