This is literary quarter par excellence in Madrid. In our tour through Huertas Street we will see stuck on the floor, engraved in bronze, the best known part of the verses written by the greatest Spanish play writers. . Most of them left in the neighborhood, in centuries past, as in the case of Francisco de Quevedo, Luis de Góngora, Cervantes or Gustavo Adolfo Becquer ...

The itinerary of the 'Golden Age', invites us to meet other equally interesting places with lots of history behind them. The convent of the Trinity, where it was buried Cervantes, convent that also attended Lope de Vega, his literary rivals.

In the Madrid of Letters, we will see other buildings renowned for its cultural meaning as the Teatro Ateneo of Spanish. This quarter is also known by the name of 'neighborhood of the Muses'.