La Latina is an authentic fragment of Madrid’s history, being the oldest area of the city. You can easily notice this as you start strolling around the narrow roads surrounded by buildings. Although most of the buildings are 19th century constructions, they are placed on sites of previously built buildings, so the design is somehow similar.
For tapas in Madrid, this is the place. There are a lot of private://best” places for tapas around the area, so most of the bets are fine, but you´ll find your own favorite when trying some plates. Most of the time you will be satisfied as the Spanish business owners are eager to serve a customer that will recommend them further.
Puerta del Toledo and La Latina are the metro stations where you can easiest to visit La Latina. There are also a number of buses that you can take to reach the area.
The tapas plates are priced at somewhere around EUR 3 and EUR 4.