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La Paca Cafe Bar

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La Paca Cafe Bar

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Calle Valverde No 36, 28004 Madrid Spain
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Visiting both Toledo and Segovia in a day from Madrid is near impossible without a car rental and some serious time management. On this trip, you get to see both cities as a guide charts their history, minus the stress of organizing transport. Plus, you’re certain of seeing the key sights, including Toledo’s Primada Cathedral, and Segovia’s Roman aqueduct and Alcazar. Ideal if you’re pressed for time and want a day out of Madrid.
US$75.00 per adult
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ReyVas wrote a review Nov 2016
Madrid380 contributions119 helpful votes
Although its opening hours may seem a bit strange for a café (since it opens fairly late), La Paca offers an interesting mix of tea, coffee, cocktails and pastries long into the late hours. Regardless of whether you’re craving a mojito in the afternoon or a cake at midnight, the staff here is likely to welcome you with a smile and be helpful and attentive. As such, they make the atmosphere seem really friendly and welcoming and the time spent here really enjoyable. The homey-hipster décor certainly only adds to this, and the customers who come in here always seem to be just as nice and mellow as everything else about this café (no loud obnoxious banter or improvised English classes, thank goodness). As if that wasn’t enough, the tea and cake on offer also happen to be delicious and are not only served in generous amounts but are also presented in a unique and original manner (e.g. no teapots are used). Although the prices are not the cheapest, 4 euros is more or less the standard price for a slice of cake in the trendy Malasana neighborhood, so I really can’t complain. Overall, a lovely experience that deserves to be had over and over again.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Cortez2013 wrote a review Mar 2016
67 contributions23 helpful votes
We walked in and were overwhelmed at the many things visually vying for our attention. But then the energy in the room washes over you presenting calm. It actually felt like walking into my mother's house. It was lively inside although not hectic, we found a table and ordered some tapas and wine. Both were tasty and well priced and I'm sure if we weren't supposed to be somewhere we could've sat and enjoyed a whole afternoon in the comfortable surrounds. A little left of centre but well set out and managed.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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Fran M wrote a review Oct 2015
28 contributions4 helpful votes
Very nice place! Cute decorations all over the place so very cosy. Had a good cocktail followed by a delicious coffee and chocolate cake :) if you want to chill out for a while this is a place to visit! Friendly service!
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Date of experience: July 2015
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Noah W wrote a review May 2015
Madrid, Spain76 contributions25 helpful votes
This place has a wonderful bohemian vibe to it, full of old furniture and lightbulbs dangling in mason jars. The waiters are all very friendly and the drinks are well made and reasonably priced. I go here frequently go read or work. Order a carajillo—coffee with brandy, cinnamon and an orange peel. It's a bit sweet but absolutely delicious.
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Tal A wrote a review Jul 2014
Haifa, Israel27 contributions16 helpful votes
Warm place and very friendly. I had to kill few hours till my flight and I entered the place by accident. Couldnt leave... the bar tender was very kind and it felt right to stay. Prices are good as well
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