This is the Plaza de Cervantes in Alcala de Hernares.
yes that’s the same Cervantes that wrote Don Quixote and yes people go to visit the house and yes there’s a statue of Don Quixote and Pancho Sanza
Like usual take a look at what Wikipedia says about the location: here’s a snippet (below)
Alcalá de Henares, meaning Citadel on the river Henares, is a Spanish city, whose historical centre is one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites, and one of the first bishoprics founded in Spain. Located in the Autonomous Community of Madrid, 35 km northeast of the city of Madrid, at a height of 588 metres (1929 ft) above sea level, it has a population of around 200,000, the second largest of the region after the Spanish capital itself. The city is generally known simply as “Alcalá“, but “de Henares” is often appended to differentiate it from a dozen cities sharing the name Alcalá
The plaza is a very nice place, beautiful gardens and planty of white storks on the towers in the area. (Above)
A few streets made for walking with shops and restaurants. (Above)