The Naval Museum was inaugurated at its current location, on Paseo del Prado avenue, in 1932. It is home to a collection focusing on the naval history of Spain, and also offers an overview of the navies of other countries. Here you can see a major ethnographic collection, displayed in chronological order from the time of the Catholic Monarchs through to the present day, comprising stamps, medals, maps, paintings, nautical and scientific instruments, artillery, submarine weaponry, manuscripts... In its modern collection, special mention should be made of the Spanish Navy flagship, the aircraft carrier "Príncipe de Asturias".
Church and Convent of the Discalced Trinitarian Order
Located in the Las Letras quarter, Miguel de Cervantes is buried…