Many tourists mistake this building for the Royal Palace because of how grand it is. The 20th century Art Deco architecture was originally built to become the central post office, (probably the most fancy post office you’ll ever see!) but nowadays is used as the city hall. It is the 2nd biggest building in the…

  In this nice little square, some brave Spanish soldiers and citizens fought Napoleon’s invading troops on May 2, 1808. Back then, a rebellion of the Spanish against the French began to spread all over the city, and hundreds of people died fighting. The famous painting called “The charge of the Mamelukes”, by Goya, (see…