What to do in Madrid
Nothing more local than to get lost in our flea market, el Rastro (c/ Ribera de Curtidores and adjacent areas) on Sunday morning, having a look at the furniture pieces, clothing, sunglasses, plants…
If you like crabs or snails don’t miss Casa Amadeo (Pza. de Cascorro, 18). Whether or not you had party Saturday night, we recommend you to take a vermouth. When the sun shines, the vast majority of Sundays of the year, Lapepa chic b&b likes how the beautiful people of Madrid meet there to enjoy the sun & Madrid culture and relax with friends. A highlight is Juana La Loca (Pza. Puerta de Moros, 4) and its omelet with caramelized onion skewer, the terrace in the attic of El Viajero (Pza. De la Cebada, 11), El Bonano (Pza. del Humilladero 4), Almendro 13 (c/ Almendro 13), Delic Café(Costanilla de San Andrés 14), Café del Nuncio (c/ Segovia, 9) and El Monaguillo (Plaza Cruz Verde, 3).
However, one of the best tapas restaurants in Madrid is the Cava Baja (Casa Lucas, Los Hijos de Lucio,…)/ If your budget allows it, take some “huevos rotos” like many celebrities do at Casa Lucio. Afterwards you can go for a drink in Lamiak.