This convent is famous for being the place where Cervantes is supposed to be buried, although the exact place is unknown because it was lost due to repeated work on the church. Located in the Literary Quarter, the building as we know it dates back to 1673 and is the work of the architect Marcos López. It is a modest church with a Latin cross plan and with three Baroque altars in the aspe. The façade is very austere, entirely in brick with a three-door entrance. The daughters of Lope and Cervantes took their vows in this church.
Group tours upon appointment; 914 29 56 71
One of the world’s leading art galleries with works by Velázquez, Goya, El Greco, Titian, Rubens and Hieronymus Bosch.
The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum takes you on a incredible journey through seven centuries of European painting.
Make your way up to the observation deck for stunning views of the city.
Climb on board and discover the city in a panoramic format.
Discover 24 masterpieces hanging in Madrid's top museums.