Posts of January 2016

The way to Madrid’s heart is through its stomach

New tour for foodies in Chueca neighborhood Eating local food is the fastest way to discover what fascinates people somewhere, and what they like. Apart from its famous museums, beautiful parks and sparkling nightlife, Madrid is the place to be foodwise. What better way to get to know the city then to literally taste it? With more bars per capita than any other country in the EU, Spain is a treasure trove of possibilities when it comes to delicious food. Thanks to immigration Madrid is a melting pot of typical food from every region of Spain. Andalucian bars offering gazpacho sit alongside Galician […]

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How to survive January in Madrid?

December is over. In January there’s no broadcasting of Love Actually, no Christmas market at the Plaza Mayor, no Nativity Scenes. Last month you have seen your family more than normal – and maybe more than necessary – and you have celebrated New Year’s Eve. Now the Christmas tree has silently left the house. It’s 2016 (Happy New Year by the way) and things can go back to normal. So what to do in January in Madrid? And what are our hopes (or wishes) for the New Year? Three of our colleagues tell you.   HOW TO SURVIVE THE POST-FIESTAS IN […]

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