We're introducing you to one of the most fun and authentic plans that Madrid has to offer. Every Sunday, the La Latina neighbourhood (behind the Plaza Mayor) is jam-packed with people the length and breadth of its streets occupying all the terraces of the area. A large number of these people come from the flea market that was on a few metres away on the Plaza del Cascorro (highly recommendable). Behind the hustle and bustle of this popular market, all visitors look for a spot to order traditional beers and Madrid-style tapas. So, they reach La Latina and this legendary neighbourhood becomes a popular hangout for madrileños. Groups of friends that haven't seen each other all week, couples strolling by, tourists. Everyone is here. Any terrace is perfect to sit, chat and indulge but let us give you a tip. If there is space, go up to the upper terrace of a bar called El Viajero (Plaza de la Cebada, 11). From this terrace you'll find a wonderful outside location from which to take in the Madrid skyline.
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