If you spend a weekend in Madrid, L&H Hotels advise you to book on Sunday in Madrid to enjoy the atmosphere of La Latina.
Speaking of La Latina on a Sunday is synonymous with vermouth and tapas, the trail, sun terraces and walks through its bustling squares… If you spend a weekend in Madrid, L&H Hotels advise you to book on Sunday in Madrid to enjoy the atmosphere of La Latina. In this emblematic and well-known neighborhood the options are endless, so we have created the perfect plan to spend a Sunday in La Latina and not miss anything.
What to do on a Sunday in La Latina?
One of the essential activities for a Sunday in Madrid is to make this visit to one of the most famous markets in Spain: El Rastro.
As it should be, we’ll start at the beginning. If you spend a weekend, with your Sunday included, in Madrid from L&H Hotels we encourage you to get up early and discover the wonders that await you in the Rastro de Madrid, from 9h to 15h. This popular outdoor market has more than 400 years of history. In it you will find all kinds of products from textiles, fashion, vintage objects, souvenirs, food and curiosities.
This, added to strolling through the colorful streets of the area, having a vermouth and tapas in some of the most typical bars of this neighborhood make the Madrid trail a perfect plan for the early hours of the morning on a Sunday in Madrid.
If you want to continue walking around La Latina on a Sunday we invite you to go up Toledo Street and discover the Mercado de la Cebada. It is one of the largest food markets in Madrid, where you can find all kinds of quality products and enjoy the close treatment of a typical traditional market. But here’s the thing, your Sunday in La Latina has only just begun.
Tapas, vermouth and tardeo en La Latina
Right next to the Mercado de la Cebada you will find the famous Cava Baja de La Latina, a street where the bars and Sites of vermouth follow each other. In the adjacent streets there are also locals and atmosphere, but that is the center. The well-known Cava Baja becomes one of the busiest streets on Sundays from the time of the vermouth. At the beginning of the Cava Baja you can enjoy the and rooftops. While entering the Cava Baja, the bars, taverns, cocktail bars and vermouths invite you to enter to enjoy the famous tapas, pinchos and the well-known “Huevos de Lucio” (if you haven’t tried them, we highly recommend it!). Even if you enter the bar, you will not be mistaken, we recommend that you do not miss the terrace/ roof terrace of El Viajero, El Txakolí, Juana La Loca, the terrace of La Potente and of course, Casa Lucio or Los Huevos de Lucio. After the vermouth and tapas, at the end of the street you will find the bars and cocktail bars where you can enjoy of the Madrilenian “tardeo”.
How to get to La Latina in Madrid?
The lively neighborhood of La Latina is served by numerous buses, and of course has its own metro stop. But we have some great news! aking a pleasant stroll from L&H Gran Vía Selection, L&H Plaza Mayor and of course L&H La Latina, you will reach in a few minutes the most lively area and bars of La Latina.