Ateneo de Madrid

This unique nineteenth century building in the Literary Quarter houses many treasures.

Lope de Vega House Museum

In the Literary Quarter, this typical seventeenth-century house is where the playwright and poet lived for the last 25 years of his life.

Teatro de la Comedia

Originally inaugurated by Alonso XII, this theatre is situated in Madrid’s theatre district, the Literary Quarter.

Teatro Monumental

A space dedicated to symphonic music that features concerts by the Spanish National Television Orchestra.

Royal Academy of History

Located in the Literary Quarter, this institution has been in existence for over two hundred years.

Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum

Embark on a journey through seven centuries of European art, from the early 1200s to the late 20th century, taking in works by the likes of Dürer, Frans Hals, Gauguin, Van Gogh and Kirchner.

Casa de América

The spectacular Palacio de Linares hosts all kinds of events and, according to legend, is haunted by a ghost.


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