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Welcome to Madrid

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Located in the center of the country, Madrid is the capital and largest city of Spain, being also the third largest European city, after London and Berlin. Positioned on the Manzanares River, it is a city of elegant avenues and beautiful parks, having preserved many of its most characteristic neighborhoods and historic streets.

Its name originates in the reign of Muhammad I of Cordova, which had built a palace, around which a town was developed denominated al-Mudaina, whose name evolved to Majerit and later it was transformed in Madrid.

It is also in the kinngdom of Mahomet I in the 9th century that the first relevant historical references on human occupation in the region appear precisely with the construction of the small palace in the place where today we can find the Royal Palace of Madrid. After a great fire that partially destroyed the city, king Henry III of Castile (1379-1406) ordered the reconstruction of the same one.

For being one of the main republican nuclei of Spain, Madrid was for many years flogged by episodes of war, of which it is example Spanish Civil War in which the streets of the city were authentic battlefields and very often the target of aerial bombardments. Later, in the 1960s, during Franco’s dictatorship, southern Madrid became a highly industrialized area, having witnessed a large-scale rural exodus that increased the population of the city. Later, in the 1980s, prosperity consolidated in both economics, industry, culture, education, and technology.

Throughout its history, Madrid has not always been the capital of Spain. There was a period between 1601 and 1606, that King Philip III transferred the capital to Valladolid.

Madrid is a city rich in its history and art. It has a trilogy of museums that represent in a very significant way the evolution of art throughout the history of humanity. The Golden Triangle of Art includes the Prado Museum, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Reina Sofía Museum. In addition to art, Madrid’s Royal Palace, Buen Retiro Park, Almudena Cathedral, Plaza de España or Puerta del Sol are some of the places of major tourist and historical interest, visited every day by hundreds of people.

Flamenco

Throughout the years Madrid has had a remarkable development in cultural offers and has become the capital of flamengo.

This is where those who aspire to succeed in any of the scenarios of this art should go.

With the rise of singer cafés in the 19th century, the art of flamenco reached its peak in the capital.

Currently the tabos (Establishment where you can see a flamenco show singing and dancing, which has one of those platforms and tables where drinks are served to the public.) And bars have perpetuated this tradition and offer the possibility of enjoying a night of the purest flamenco, while enjoying an excellent dinner or a good glass of wine.

These are places of great tourist and historical interest that are visited by hundreds of people every day.
Flamengo is joy, happiness, passion, intensity and much more. Through this dance the feelings arise to the flower of the skin.

These characteristics make their expressiveness captured by anyone, regardless of whether or not they know the language.

Madrid is a city rich in traditions.

Gastronomy

Cozido Madrileno

Cozido Madrileno

Cocido Madrileño is a typical dish of the Spanish cuisine, and mainly of Madrid. With Jewish origin, it was originally considered a dish of the lower classes. The Cocido Madrileño is one of the most typical stews of Spanish gastronomy, consisting of several vegetables and meats and where the grain is its main ingredient. The Cocido is served in 3 rounds: first the soup and the macaroni, then the peak grain with the vegetables and, finally, the meat. More traditional in the cold winter months, Cocido Madrileño is common on the menus of restaurants in Madrid on Wednesdays.

Los Gallinejas

Los Gallinejas

The gallinejas are lamb casings that are sold in establishments authorized for that purpose. Its consumption is exclusively located in Madrid. This dish is a combination of small intestine lamb and a piece of mesentery that when fried, shrinks and twists, returning to its original format. According to the tradition, the gallinejas are the most singular, authentic and emblematic dish of Madrid’s gastronomy.

Bocadillo de Calamares

Bocadillo de Calamares

It consists of fresh bread stuffed with squid rings that have been coated with flour and fried in oil. Madrilenians usually eat their sandwich of squid with a cane or a small beer. You can have it for breakfast, lunch, dinner or, if you are very hungry, for an afternoon snack.

Besugo a la Madrileña

Besugo a la Madrileña

The so-called Madrid bream (also known as baked sea bream) is a typical fish dish from Madrid’s cuisine. The main ingredient is the sea bream cooked in the oven and accompanied by vegetables and prawns as well as a fumet. It is served hot and is very popular in some Madrid restaurants.

Churros con Chocolate

Churros con Chocolate

Churro with hot chocolate is served in the Spanish style. The chocolate is thick, dark and strong and the churros are made of fried dough, similar to a crunchy and light donut and cut to length. They are served hot and prepared at the time, ready to dip in the hot chocolate.

People

José Ortega y Gasset

José Ortega y Gasset

José Ortega y Gasset was born on the 9th of May in 1883 and passed away on the 18th of October 1955. Ortega was a Spanish philosopher, and essayist. He worked during the first half of the 20th century, while Spain oscillated between monarchy, republicanism, and dictatorship. His philosophy has been characterized as a “philosophy of life” that “comprised a long-hidden beginning in a pragmatist metaphysics inspired by William James, and with a general method from a realist phenomenology imitating Edmund Husserl, which served both his proto-existentialism (prior to Martin Heidegger’s) and his realist historicism, which has been compared to both Wilhelm Dilthey and Benedetto Croce.

Plácido Domingo

Plácido Domingo

José Plácido Domingo Embil Born on the 21st of January 1941 is a thorny lyrical tenor, musician and Spanish teacher. He is well known for his powerful voice of great flexibility and owner of an impeccable vocal technique that allowed him to sing various roles of lyrical tenor to the dramatic. In March 2008 he sang his 128th operatic role, becoming the tenor who sang the most roles in history. Since 2011 he has been conducting operas and concerts and is the Director of the Washington National Opera at the Los Angeles Opera.

Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada

Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada

Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada is a Spanish noble and fashion designer born on the 22nd of July 1960. She is the 12th marchioness of Castelldosríus, Grandee of Spain and the 29th baroness of Santa Pau. Ágatha entered fashion in 1981 with her women´s collection in Madrid. She opened her first studio in the Spanish capital and began to participate in fashion shows in Madrid and Barcelona. The Commercial success came with her partnership with El Corte Inglés when she started to gain international recognition by means of her fashion shows in Spain, France, Italy, Colombia, USA, Puerto Rico, Santo Domingo and exhibitions in Tokyo, New York, Paris, Moscow and Bucharest. After that Ágatha licensed her brand expanding her line to imen´s and children´s fashion, ceramics, toys, shoes, linens and towels, make-up and much more. One of the awards she won were the Fashion Ambassador Award (2009), the Fashion Oscar Award (2004) and the New Yorker Award (2007).

Penélope Cruz

Penélope Cruz

Born on April 28th in1974 Penélope Cruz is a Spanish actress. On the 90s, she gained notoriety in Spain, participating in films such as Jamon Jamon, Alegre ma non troppo, Abre los ojos. She was the winner of the Oscar for the best foreign film “All about my mother”. With appearances in films like Woman on Top, and others like Blow and Vanilla Sky, the recognition came in 2006, in Volver, by Pedro Almodóvar, a film that grossed more than 80 million dollars and was well received by critics. With that role, he received his first Oscar nomination, in addition to receiving several other awards. In 2008, playing María Elena, a mentally disturbed woman in Vicky Cristina Barcelona, by Woody Allen. On May 2011, it premiered in the Pirates of the Caribbean next to Johny Deep. Currently. Actually, she is in the second season of American Crime Story playing the stylist Donatella Versace in the story of the death of his brother, Gianni Versace.

Pedro de Ribera

Pedro de Ribera

Born on the 4th of August in 1681 in Madrid he passed away on the 19th of October, 1742.Pedro de Ribera was a Spanish architect of the Baroque period. He´s activities were developed almost exclusively in Madrid during the first half of the 18th century. He was a disciple of José Benito de Churriguera (creator of the Churrigueresque style). Following in the footsteps of his master, he brought to full development the principles of the “exalted Baroque”, to the point of being considered one of the most important architects of the final Baroque in Spain. He´s urban work was very remarkable in the capital, endowing the city with bridges, palaces, monumental fountains, churches and all kinds of public buildings, many of which can still be seen. Many of the urban improvements that were developed in Madrid in the eighteenth century bear the signature of this architect, who, thanks to the esteem in which he had the mayor of the capital, the Marquis de Vadillo, made public buildings, palaces, fountains, churches, bridges and even a project for the construction of the new Royal Palace, although finally the chosen one was the Italian Filippo Juvara. Many of Ribera’s works were destroyed or modified later, especially during Neoclassicism, when the architect’s variegated style was attacked by scholars such as Antonio Ponz.

Antonio Vega

Antonio Vega

Antonio Vega Tallés was born in Madrid (December 16, 1957 – May 12, 2009) was a Spanish composer and singer. In 1978 he formed with his cousin Nacho García Vega the group Nacha Pop, originated in another band, Uhu Helicopter, from which both came. Its disc of presentation was published in 1980, separating the group in 1988 after a successful race with six albums of study and one in direct. Vega then began his solo career, in which he would publish five studio albums, a live album and a compilation of collaborations with other artists. Antonio Vega has been considered one of the fundamental composers of Spanish pop since the arrival of democracy. The intimacy of his songs and his sensitivity earned him the admiration of critics and audiences.

Francisco de Quevedo

Francisco de Quevedo

Francisco Gómez de Quevedo Villegas and Santibáñez Cevallos (14th of September 1580 – 8th of September 1645), known as Francisco de Quevedo, was a Spanish writer of the Golden Age. He is one of the most outstanding authors in the history of Spanish literature, known especially for his poetic work, but also wrote narrative, theater, and various philosophical, political, moral, ascetical, humanistic and historical opuscles. Quevedo held the titles of Lord of the Tower of Juan Abad and Knight of the Order of Santiago (his entry became official on December 29, 1617). Quevedo was a satirist, but he himself was also subjected to his own criticism through a severe psychic self-punishment rooted in religious and existential. Meditate deeply on time and seek the consolation of Stoic philosophy by reading Zeno of Citium, Epictetus and Seneca. In his Psalms is the most accurate expression of this yearning for spiritual purity: – A new heart, a new man / you need sir, my soul / strip me of me, that being could / that your piety pay what I owe!…

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Basílica de San Francisco el Grande

Located in the Barrio La Latina, this majestic basilica was designed in neoclassic style by Francisco Cabezas and was later developed by Antonio Pló, to be completed by Francesco Sabatini. The dome is 58 meters in height and with a diameter of 33 meters, it’s the third largest of Christendom. T[…]

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Mercadillo el Rastro

Meaning “the trail” in English, the name of this open-air flea market comes from the trail of blood of the animals transported from the slaughterhouses to the tanneries. Nowadays, this market with more than 400 years is known as one of the best places in Madrid to find clothes, kitchen utensils[…]

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Fuente de Cibeles

The statue depicting the Phrygian goddess Cybele, a symbol of earth, agriculture and fertility, sitting on a lion-drawn carriage, is now the main attraction of the Plaza de Cibeles, a major landmark of Madrid at the intersection of Calle de Alcalá, Paseo de Recoletos and Paseo del Prado. Design[…]

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Teleférico

Takes only 11 minutes to travel the full length of the line, but the Teleférico, or the Madrid Cable Car, offers stunning views over Madrid’s buildings, parks, highways and gardens. The system has 60 cabins, each for 6 passengers and connects the Parque del Oeste, where the Egyptian Temple of D[…]

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Parque Warner Madrid

Divided into intense, moderate and soft attractions, the Warner Park of Madrid opened in 2002, 23 km southeast of Madrid, in San Martín de la Vega. Superman: La Atracción de Acero, is the most famous ride, a roller coaster that simulates the flight of the superhero at more than 100 km per hour.[…]

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Mercado De San Miguel

Deciding where to eat is the most difficult choice at Mercado San Miguel. This gourmet tapas market houses 33 vendors of olives, cheeses, hams, and prepared tapas. Considered a monument of cultural interest, the Mercado de San Miguel is the only steel structure market that survived in Madrid. I[…]

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Plaza de Oriente

Surrounded by two of the most iconic buildings of Madrid, the Royal Palace and the Royal Theatre, the Plaza de Oriente was designed in 1844 by Narciso Pascual y Colomer and later reshaped by King Joseph I, who ordered to demolish the medieval buildings, becoming a leisure spot with its gardens […]

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Catedral de la Almudena

The Cathedral of Santa María la Real de Almudena is the episcopal seat of the diocese of Madrid in Spain and is located in the center of the city. It is the first Spanish cathedral consecrated by a Pope and the first consecrated by John Paul II outside of Rome. The difference of this cathedral […]

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Templo de Debod

One of the biggest surprises of Madrid, this ancient Egypt Temple was a gift to Spain by the Egyptian government after Spain helped saving historical landmarks in the country during the construction of the Aswan Dam, by controlling the flood threatening many archaeological sites. The temple fro[…]

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Plaza de Toros Monumental Las Ventas

Las Ventas is the largest bullring in Spain, home to one of Spain’s biggest passions: bullfighting. This tradition was so popular that in the early 20th century, the main ring became too small and in 1922 a new arena was proposed, opening nine years later. Visitors are allowed without booking a[…]

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Puerta de Alcalá

This stunning neoclassical gate located in the middle of the Plaza de Independencia, a busy roundabout, it is older than the Arc of Triomphe in Paris. Inaugurated in 1778 by the Italian architect Francesco Sabatini, the arc replaced a brick monument from the 16th century. Very close to El Retir[…]

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Puerta del Sol

Definitely one of the busiest places of Madrid, in the center of the historical and commercial heart of the city, Puerta del Sol is a large square that works as the junction of some of Madrid’s main streets: Preciados, Alcalá, Arenal and Mayor. Displaying statues and a famous clock, it is surro[…]

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Parque de El Retiro

This beloved public park, once belonging to the Spanish Monarchy, is where locals and tourists relax. The beautiful gardens and lake are crowded every day, with families buying balloons for kids, people running, and couples rowing at the lake. Known simply as El Retiro, this is one of Madrid’s […]

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Plaza Mayor

Displaying a bronze statue of King Philip III at the center, Plaza Mayor is the heart of Madrid. This grand arcade square was built during the Habsburg period and had several names throughout history, such as Plaza del Arrabal and Plaza Real. Now it means enjoying the outdoors, shopping and goi[…]

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Santiago Bernabeu Stadium

Opened in 1947 and with a seating capacity of 81.044, the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium is the home of Real Madrid and it was named after its legendary president. The tour to one of the most important venues in the world includes entrance to the player’s dressing room, to the press room and also to[…]

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Palacio Real

It won’t be easy to catch a glimpse of the Spanish Royal family – many tries, even though King Felipe VI chose to reside in the smaller Palace of Zarzuela in the outskirts of Madrid, but the building is worth a visit for its monumentality. At one of the largest royal palaces in the world, visit[…]

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Caixa Forum

With an area of over 2.000 square meters, which includes exhibition halls, an auditorium for 322 people and multiple conference rooms, the CaixaForum is located in Paseo del Prado, nearby the main museums of Madrid: Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen. Outside the building designed by the Swiss arch[…]

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Real Jardín Botánico

More than 5.000 species of live plants and more than 10.000 botanical drawings, this is an impressive Botanical Garden, declared an Artistic Garden in 1942. The public entrance is right next to the Prado Museum. Founded in 1755 by King Ferdinand VI, it was initially located near Puerta de Hierr[…]

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Museo Reina Sofía

Named after Queen Sofía, the Museo de Arte Reina Sofia exhibits works from two of the greatest 20th-century masters, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí. “Guernica”, a large oil painting on canvas by Picasso depicting the bombing of the Basque town of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War, is one o[…]

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Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza

Simply known as Thyssen, this private collection consists of art periods overlooked by the other two museums located on what is known as the Golden Triangle of Art of Madrid, the Prado and Reina Sofia, all of them within walking distance along the Paseo del Prado, one of the main boulevards of […]

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Museo del Prado

Open to the public since 1819, the Museo del Prado is now the main Spanish national art museum, and one of the world’s most visited. Its collection comprises one of the finest collections of Spanish art dating from the 12th to the early 20th century, with painting and sculpture from artists suc[…]

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Lhardy

The Lhardy Restaurant is in its third century of existence, in the decoration of its beautiful facade defined by the taste of the Second Empire, Lhardy managed to jealously preserve the polite and aristocratic atmosphere of Madrid in the XIX century. A meal at the Lhardy Restaurant allows you t[…]

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1862 Dry Bar

Located in Triball, in one of the neighborhoods of Madrid with a lively nightlife, it is based on the recovery of recipes and classic mixes worked with original techniques. The 1862 Dry Bar has in the name the year of publication of the first book about cocktails, “The Bon Vivant’s […]

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Cardamomo Flamenco Madrid

A meeting point for the best flamenco artists and scholars, the Cardamomo tablao has become a symbol of the love of this art and recognised by flamenco greats such as Joaquín Cortés, Enrique Morente, Estrella Morente, Jorge Pardo, Antonio Carmona, Ramón El Portugués, Tomatito and Raimundo Amado[…]

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Los Galayos

Located near the Plaza Mayor, Los Glayos belongs to the small group of centennial restaurants in Madrid. Founded in 1894, it was born as Red House in honor of its founder, Urban Red, having continued to this day in the family, generation after generation. A cozy place, Los Galayos restaurant co[…]

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H10 Bar

Located in the center of Madrid, near to the Plaza del Ángel, the H10 Bar restaurant presents a young and informal atmosphere, captivated not only by Mediterranean cuisine but also by the festive atmosphere at night. Providing a true gastronomic experience, nothing better than to start with som[…]

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Del Diego Cocktail Bar

Here it is possible to enjoy a cocktail of dreams and a service of perfection at the highest level both in the raw materials used, as well as in the professionalism of the barmen, as well as in the attention and treatment offered to the client. Fernando Del Diego was a student of Perico Chicote[…]

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Las Cuevas de Sésamo

The small Sesamo coffee started in 1950 being owned by María del Carmen Puente. The coffee became a bar when Tomas Cruz Diaz, a republican reprisal and also an owner, equipped this space with a piano. From there painters began to cover the walls of paintings as well as poets, writers, philosoph[…]

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Cafe La Palma

Located in the heart of Madrid, the Café La Palma has been a pioneer for 24 years and one of the busiest concert halls in the capital. It offers several leisure and cultural options a fundamental part of the cultural heritage of Madrid underground. In this space it is possible to sit down and c[…]

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Chocolateria San Ginés

Near the Puerta del Sol and the San Miguel Market, the “Chocolateria San Ginés” makes the joy for the lovers of hot chocolate and churros since 1894. Its marble tables and green iron columns and the living room refer to the 20th century. On the walls you have pictures of the illustr[…]

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El Imperfecto

The El Imperfecto bar get peopple positively surprised when they enter. Inside it´s like a cave of colours and tacky decoration, while at the same time seems like you are looking to a spaceship crashed into a toystore. This bar is very popular for the locals due to it’s cozyness, friendly[…]

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12:00 – 17:00

20:00 – 01:00

Tuesday:

12:00 – 17:00

20:00 – 01:00

Wednesday:

12:00 – 17:00

20:00 – 01:00

Thursday:

12:00 – 17:00

20:00 – 02:00

Friday:

12:00 – 17:00

20:00 – 02:30

Saturday:

12:00 – 14:30

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Saporem Restaurant

It is a creative, cosmopolitan and artistic bar-restaurant of varied dishes that combines quality products, a reasonable price and a cozy atmosphere. Saporem Restaurant is located in the central district of Letters, the ideal place to savor a rich cuisine and good prices. The kitchen is modern […]

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Sunday:

13:00 – 16:00

Monday:

13:00 – 16:00

20:00 – 24:00

Tuesday:

13:00 – 16:00

20:00 – 24:00

Wednesday:

13:00 – 16:00

20:00 – 24:00

Thursday:

13:00 – 16:00

20:00 – 24:00

Friday:

13:00 – 16:00

20:00 – 24:00

Saturday:

13:00 – 16:00

20:00 – 24:00

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Posada de la Villa

Located in the La Latina neighborhood, the charm of the Posada de la Villa restaurant lies not only in its rich gastronomy, but also in its history. Having been, in the 17th century, a flour mill, it became later a Posada that housed travelers. At the end of the 20th century it was restored, be[…]

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Shop
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Sunday:

11:30 – 19:30

Monday:

11:00 – 19:00

Tuesday:

11:00 – 19:00

Wednesday:

11:00 – 19:00

Thursday:

11:00 – 19:00

Friday:

11:00 – 19:00

Saturday:

11:30 – 19:30

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Fundación Aprender Mercadillo Solidario

The Fundación Aprender is a private and non-profit institution, born of the concern of a group of parents and teaching professionals to meet the educational needs of all those people, absolutely normal, but affected by learning difficulties: dyslexia, attention deficit, dyslalia, dyscalculia, e[…]

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Sunday:

11:00 – 17:30

Tuesday:

11:00 – 21:30

Wednesday:

11:00 – 21:30

Thursday:

11:00 – 21:30

Friday:

11:00 – 21:30

Saturday:

11:00 – 21:30

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Cava Baja Gallery

Situated in one of the city’s most attractive tourist districts (La Latina), this contemporary art gallery is an unpretentious space where you can buy affordable pieces for all budgets. Founded in 2016, the Cava Baja Gallery specializes in works of contemporary figurative art. The list of[…]

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Sunday:

10:30 – 14:30

17:00 – 22:30

Monday:

10:30 – 14:30

17:00 – 22:30

Tuesday:

10:30 – 14:30

17:00 – 22:30

Wednesday:

10:30 – 14:30

17:00 – 22:30

Thursday:

10:30 – 14:30

17:00 – 22:30

Friday:

10:30 – 14:30

17:00 – 22:30

Saturday:

10:30 – 22:30

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Desperate Literature

Desperate Literature is a new international bookstore in Madrid. In addition to having the best collection of English books used in the city, this shop also offers a large selection of quality books in Spanish, French and other languages. The bookstore has a lot of variety: fiction, poetry, noi[…]

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Sunday:

12:30 – 15:00

Tuesday:

12:15 – 15:00

17:45 – 19:30

Wednesday:

12:15 – 15:00

17:45 – 19:30

Thursday:

12:15 – 15:00

17:45 – 19:30

Friday:

12:15 – 15:00

17:45 – 19:30

Saturday:

12:30 – 15:00

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San Miguel Artesania

At San Miguel Artesania we make all kinds of custom ceramic work. Here the pieces are made by hand and painted following the traditional legacy of techniques from father to son. The store is a specialist in works such as mosaics and tiles as well as custom ceramic items for wedding gifts or for[…]

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Sunday:

11:00 – 19:00

Monday:

11:00 – 21:00

Tuesday:

11:00 – 21:00

Wednesday:

11:00 – 21:00

Thursday:

11:00 – 21:00

Friday:

11:00 – 21:00

Saturday:

11:00 – 21:00

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Real Fábrica

The Spanish Real Fábrica is the store of Spanish brands. Products that have existed for centuries and that represent the best part of Spanish craftsmanship and artisanal knowledge. The name “Real Fábrica” comes from the 18th century when luxury objects were produced for royalty and […]

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Monday:

10:00 – 14:00

17:00 – 20:30

Tuesday:

10:00 – 14:00

17:00 – 20:30

Wednesday:

10:00 – 14:00

17:00 – 20:30

Thursday:

10:00 – 14:00

17:00 – 20:30

Friday:

10:00 – 14:00

17:00 – 20:30

Saturday:

10:00 – 14:00

17:00 – 20:30

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Lola Fonseca

Silk paint

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Monday:

10:00 – 22:00

Tuesday:

10:00 – 22:00

Wednesday:

10:00 – 22:00

Thursday:

10:00 – 22:00

Friday:

10:00 – 22:00

Saturday:

10:00 – 22:00

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Torrons Vicens

Torrons Vicens is a family-owned company established in 1775 in the Agramunt village in Cataluña and still maintains the artisanal form of nougat, especially the Agramunt Nougat. Its quality has enabled it to receive the PGI status to protect the quality of the nougat and confectionery traditio[…]

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Checking out the tours for Madrid

40,00€
Tour scheduled for this specific schedule

Tuesday:

12:00 – 13:30

Wednesday:

12:00 – 13:30

Thursday:

12:00 – 13:30

Friday:

12:00 – 13:30

Spanish Wine Tasting

In this Spanish wine tasting, taste the best of Spain’s wealth of wine regions during this 90-minute tasting session led by a sommelier and wine journalist in Madrid. Savor the unique “terroir” of Spain’s local grapes and 69 different ‘Denomination of Origin’ regions as you sample 6 different v[…]

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70,00€
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Monday:

12:00 – 15:00

Tuesday:

12:00 – 15:00

Wednesday:

12:00 – 15:00

Thursday:

12:00 – 15:00

Friday:

12:00 – 15:00

Spanish Cooking Class

Discover the secrets of Spanish Cuisine in this Cooking Class. In this Spanish Cooking Class we will learn to prepare traditional Spanish dishes based upon lifelong recipes. (with the chef’s personal touch though). You will also, visit the market where the Cooking school is located and you will[…]

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90,00€
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Monday:

20:00 – 22:30

Tuesday:

20:00 – 22:30

Wednesday:

20:00 – 22:30

Thursday:

20:00 – 22:30

Gourmet Tapas Tour

Gourmet tapas and dishes Now on a gastronomic tour. The heart of the madrilian cuisine might be in the center but the thinking BRAIN, the wit, the inspiration, is not there. Off the tourist path, on the eastern shore of the Retiro Park, the Gourmet tapas tour sails in a neighborhood boasting wi[…]

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75,00€

Wine and Tapas Tour

A Tapas tour in the Historical part of Madrid will give you a new perspective of the city from an old point of view; because there are two “Madrids”: the one you can’t help but see, and the one you need a local person to show you. We’d like to invite you to enjoy the experience of “ir de tapas”[…]

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165,00€

Wine Tour to Ribera del Duero

The Duero river at Ribera del Duero, also known as the river of wine, is about 2 hours from Madrid and it is the home of tempranillo, the most famous Spanish grape variety. Red wines with full body and lots of fruit. We will visit three of their most representative wineries and cellars, modern […]

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120,00€
Tour scheduled for the morning

Madrid wineries tour “tagus river valley“

Join our One Day Madrid Wine Tour to Madrid wineries for small groups from Monday to Friday or choose a private excursion just for your party. In this Madrid wineries tour you will learn, from winery to winery, about Spain’s Golden century, History and habits, old and modern winemaking in the r[…]

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Apartaments
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Sunday:

10:00 – 12:00

14:00 – 24:00

Monday:

10:00 – 12:00

14:00 – 24:00

Tuesday:

10:00 – 12:00

14:00 – 24:00

Wednesday:

10:00 – 12:00

14:00 – 24:00

Thursday:

10:00 – 12:00

14:00 – 24:00

Friday:

10:00 – 12:00

14:00 – 24:00

Saturday:

10:00 – 12:00

14:00 – 24:00

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Apartamentos Huertas

These elegant apartments are housed in a renovated 18th-century building, next to Plaza Santa Ana. They offer free Wi-Fi and a modern kitchen with a hob, oven and microwave. Antón Martín metro station is 250 meters away. Apartamentos Madrid Huertas are surrounded by shops, bars and restaurants,[…]

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Sunday:

09:30 – 18:00

Monday:

09:30 – 18:00

Tuesday:

09:30 – 18:00

Wednesday:

09:30 – 18:00

Thursday:

09:30 – 18:00

Friday:

09:30 – 18:00

Saturday:

09:30 – 18:00

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Apartamentos Blume Cruz

Welcome to the Blume Cruz Apartments! The Blume Cruz Apartments has a traditional style that has been ronavated according to the original structure. It is located in the heart of the capital of Spain on the most genuine area of Madrid and few meters from Puerta del Sol. The city center is a gre[…]

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Petit Palace Posada del Peine

Welcome to Petit Palace Hotels. Located in the old town of the capital and next to the Plaza Mayor in Madrid, is the Petit Palace Posada del Peine. A hotel with a unique location and more than 400 years of history that makes this hotel the oldest in Spain, renovated and converted into a town ha[…]

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The Hat Madrid

The Hat Hostel is the best place to end your day feeling at home with the freedom of a hostel and the services of a hotel. Offering a variety of private rooms and single beds in both mixed and female dormitories, the Hat Hostel is just Located just 150 m from Plaza Mayor Square. With air condit[…]

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