A quiet, elegant square that's always peaceful and traffic-free because it's next door to the High Court, where there's a constant police presence. Its statues depict Fernando VI and his wife Bárbara de Braganza, the two people who were most influential in making this area of the city important. The busiest place on the square is El Timón, the corner bar that serves excellent tapas and shellfish. The most important buildings are the law courts. You'll find it in between Plaza de Colón and the Glorieta de Alonso Martínez.