The main street of this district is Calle Huertas. It’s worth walking its entire length to enjoy the bohemian atmosphere, stopping for a coffee or to take a photo next to a literary quote… The area is fully of pretty streets like Calle de León, Calle Lope de Vega and Calle Príncipe, and iconic places. For example, you can visit the Lope de Vega House-Museum, where the writer spent the last 25 years of his life. The inner courtyard is wonderful. Another unique spot is the church and convent of Las Trinitarias Descalzas, the burial place of no less a figure than Cervantes, author of the celebrated Don Quixote de la Mancha (to visit this site, book ahead by phone: +34 914295671).Several companies offer guided tours of this neighbourhood, once frequented by writers, painters, musicians and scientists. You can find more information in the section of useful links.