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Religion Café is one of the newer coffee spots in the city, that also serves vegan and vegetarian-friendly breakfast and lunch dishes like açaí bowls and bagels. It’s a 15-minute cab ride if you’re based in the city center, but you should add it to your itinerary if you want a healthier breakfast spot before checking out the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium (home of Real Madrid) or Museo Sorolla.

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