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Churros and a cup of thick hot chocolate

By | 28 October, 2015 | 0 comments

In Madrid, both churros and porras (the larger version of the churro, the famous deep-fried dough sticks) are a regular feature for breakfast. They are especially good when you have them with a cup of hot chocolate, although not all locals feel that it is mandatory. It is, however, Read full article

The best movies of all time at La Filmoteca

By | 15 October, 2015 | 0 comments

It is a much beloved building, a peculiar one, located on Calle Santa Isabel, one of the liveliest ones with permission from the nearby ones of Calle León and Calle Antón Martín. It also has a bar inside and a store inside that sells movie items. Also known as Cine Doré, La Filmoteca of Madrid is much more than just a cinema. Read full article

La calle Preciados

By | 16 April, 2014 | 0 comments

Calle PreciadosDespite what some may think, this street does not start on Plaza del Callao but before, from the area of Santo Domingo, parallel to Calle Jacometrezo.

Its name comes from the fact that the Preciado brothers used to live there, who worked as civil servants that used to check and spy on the irregularities that took place in the markets, Read full article

Restaurantes con solera: Casa Botín

By | 10 April, 2014 | 0 comments

Casa Botin MadridThe name does not come from the president of an important Spanish bank; this restaurant boasts, and rightfully so since it is certified with a Guinness plaque (the records one, not the beers), of being the oldest in the world. The date is subject to controversy since there are older restaurants in the world although if you google “oldest restaurant in the world” you will find Casa Botín in the top places. Read full article

“Roma”, en el Museo del Prado

By | 8 September, 2011 | 0 comments

The Prado Museum in Madrid will show up to the 25th of September the exhibition called “Rome”, Roma. This exhibition has brought to one place all the works produced in the Italian capital during the first years of the 17th century.

The Prado Museum can be visited from Tuesday to Sunday, including bank holidays, from 9am till 8pm. Read full article

Sôber estará en el Festival En Vivo 2011

By | 7 September, 2011 | 0 comments

The band from Madrid Sober is back. The band surprised its fans with the release of their single Fantasma, the first instalment of their new record Superbia that will be released in 2012.

The band has also confirmed that it will take part in the En Vivo 2011 festival, the great musical event that will happen during the 8, Read full article

Vogue Fashion’s Night Out en Madrid

By | 6 September, 2011 | 0 comments

It is the evening of fashion par excellence. The Moon will be introducing the latest designs and shopaholics will be able to enjoy their favourite shops until midnight. That is Vogue Fashion’s Night Out, that will be in Madrid on the 7th September 2011, coming strong with their past success.

More than 340 shops will take part in the event this year. Read full article

La Vuelta Ciclista a España llega al Jarama y termina en Cibeles

By | 5 September, 2011 | 0 comments

Sunday September 11, 2011, is the “D” day. It is a key date for cycling lovers, because the Tour of Spain will end in Madrid, where fans will be able to meet the 66th winner.

But also, in this twenty-first and last part of the tour, the so called “serpiente multicolour” the “multicolour serpent” will start its route from the well-known Jarama Circuit on the outskirts of Madrid. Read full article

Vetusta Morla tocará en las Fiestas de Valdemoro 2011

By | 4 September, 2011 | 0 comments

The 2011 Madrid Festival in the suburb of Valdemoro will open with a top band, Vetusta Morla. This independent pop-rock bands will perform in the town’s football stadium on Friday, September 9 at 12 am. The ticket price is 10 Euros.

The members of the band Vetusta Morla have been playing for 13 years, since they decided to work in music in 1998 when they were still studying in secondary school in Tres Cantos. Read full article

De marcha por la Plaza de Santa Ana

By | 8 August, 2011 | 0 comments

Plaza de Santa Ana is one of the most famous squares when it comes to night life in Madrid. A few minutes walk from Puerta del Sol and a short stroll from Hotel Victoria4, you will be able to enjoy the different night life experiences that offers Plaza de Santa Ana.

In this square there is something for everybody, Read full article

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