Broad Street is one of the main streets of Leon, as it follows the old route of the Legio VII Roman, 1st settlements in the city. It's a pedestrian street that starts in the lower part of the Plaza de San Marcelo and at its highest part finishes in the Plaza de Regla. Towards the right side of Broad Street you'll find the popular District Wet and on the left side or the romantic neighborhood Cid (where is the Collegiate Church of San Isidoro) . Ancha Street is an obligatory place of processions, parades and pageants. On its right hand side there's a small chapel, the Cristo de la Victoria, where they usually do stop the steps of S. Holy and even sing arrows. It is the best place to watch the processions. On both sides of the street are buildings of 2 or 3 stories high, in which there is low enough shops and bars and cafes, which often draw their terraces to the street. A lot ambientillo place for a drink, and very crowded.