This long square was, formally, an area for parties, fairs, carnivals and jousting (as its shape indicates). Although it also has a sad past: years later was one of the places where
religious dissenters were burned during the Spanish Inquisition.
Today it’s an epicenter for other public activities, including tapas bars, patio dining, trendy shops, hip nightclubs, and just hanging out.
From here you have access to the Foso de las Moreras and the Montacda Street where is located the Picasso Museum, the World Culture Museum and many of the medieval palaces.