1. Madrid: Barrio de las Letra Guided Walking Tour
Visit Puerta del Sol, Madrid's most famous and central square and home to some of the city’s landmarks like Kilometre Zero. Explore the Literary Quarter (Barrio de las Letras) on foot and discover Plaza de Santa Ana, a charming square that has always been closely linked to the performing arts, and its sculpture of two of the most important dramatists in the history of Spain: Calderón de la Barca and García Lorca. Learn about the fascinating life and tragic death of Federico García Lorca, see the House-Museum of Lope de Vega and pass by the Convent of the Barefoot Trinitarians, where Miguel de Cervantes was buried in 1616. Finish the tour by Palacio de las Cortes, the building that houses the Congress of Deputies, and see the statue of Miguel de Cervantes in Plaza de las Cortes.