Terraces for all tastes

By | 2 July, 2015 | 0 comments

terrazas madridSummer and terraces go hand in hand in Madrid. They are two inseparable items that have encountered an ever-increasing specialised and demanding client, reaching levels that border specialisation and perhaps even theory. To summarise, you can find all kinds of terraces that will suit everyone’s needs. Here are some examples.

If you want to have a delicious tapa with your beer, Read full article

Categories: blog, Guías Madrid

Biking around Madrid

By | 15 June, 2015 | 0 comments

BiciMADTwo wheels are in fashion in the Spanish capital, especially after the City Council installed the BiciMad network, which allows you to rent bicycles with an engine (ideal for hot summer days) at reasonable prices and at any time. There are two ways of using them: with an annual subscription that costs 25 euros or with a one-off payment that corresponds to the fraction of time that you have used it for. Read full article

Categories: Guías Madrid

Immerse yourself in the most exotic cuisine

By | 14 May, 2015 | 0 comments

ethiopian foodWhile tourists predictably fill up the thousands of terraces around Madrid, here we offer an alternative route, because the indoor charm knows not of seasons or dates. Arabia, in the heart of the Chueca district (Calle Piamonte, 12), presents a Berber decoration and inside you will feel at the gates of the Sahara desert. Read full article

Categories: blog, Gastronomía

A different kind of afternoon in El Retiro

By | 30 April, 2015 | 0 comments

retiro parque madridEl Retiro is Madrid’s version of Central Park, a must-see especially in spring and even more particularly in late Mayo, with the atmosphere that comes with the book fair, La Feria del Libro. El Retiro has many other attractions than just the mere scenic ones, such as its own Crystal Palace (Palacio de Cristal), Read full article

Categories: Arte y cultura, blog, Excursiones

Sidrerías por primavera

By | 2 March, 2015 | 0 comments

Casa MingoThe oldest and perhaps the most traditional cider bar in Madrid is Casa Mingo, close to Casa de Campo. It is famous for offering the most delicious homemade cider in Madrid, which has turned it into a popular spot for visitors. Located on Paseo de la Florida, 34 -don’t forget to visit the chapel of San Antonio de la Florida and its Goya frescoes afterwards-, Read full article

Categories: Gastronomía

Un viaje en teleférico y mucho más

By | 24 February, 2015 | 0 comments

KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERAIt is one of Madrid’s most emblematic attractions, with a clear taste of a 60s film and with the happiness of a child. It is an ideal family plan for one of the many sunny days that Madrid enjoys every year during any season. For 5.80€ a return ticket, you can enjoy a wonderful view of Madrid, Read full article

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Cerveza, siempre cerveza

By | 2 February, 2015 | 0 comments

cerveza en Madrid

Although it may seem the opposite due to the fantastic D.O. wines that we have, Spain is a country that consumes more beer than wine. There is a beer culture that is constantly searching for a variety after being submitted for many years to the duopoly of Mahou and Cruzcampo. And so, in Madrid we can find many places who are dedicated to beer, Read full article

Categories: blog, Gastronomía, Noche Madrid

El Museo Arqueológico te espera

By | 15 January, 2015 | 0 comments

Museo Arqueológico MadridOn the upcoming 31st of March it will be the first anniversary of the opening, after six years of works, of the National Archaeological Museum in Madrid (known as MAN), which has better access for people with reduced mobility, a more modern design of the exhibition route and more space. Inaugurated back in the 19th century during the reign of Queen Isabel II in the year 1867, Read full article

Categories: Arte y cultura

De galerías por Doctor Fourquet

By | 2 January, 2015 | 0 comments

doctor fourquetIt all began 20 years ago, when the first art gallery appeared on this discreet street in the Lavapiés district very close to the Reina Sofía Museum: Helga de Alvear. Afterwards, others arrived such as the Moisés Pérez de Albéniz Gallery, Espacio Mínimo or Casa Sin Fin, linked to the Periférica publishers. Together they have managed to take the world of art beyond the limits of the Salamanca district and, Read full article

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El segundo museo de Madrid

By | 26 December, 2014 | 0 comments

Museo San FernandoThe Prado Museum, which will be 200 years old in 2019, has often been the star that eclipses other good museums in the city, such as the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts, considered by many as the second most important museum in Madrid. A few yards from our hotel by the Puerta del Sol (Calle Alcalá, Read full article

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