Do not miss the San Isidro Festival

By | 30 April, 2015 | 0 comments

Madrid San IsidroAs tribute to Madrid’s patron saint, San Isidro Labrador, a festival is organised that occur in a parallel way to the city’s activity. It is a traditional festival but it cannot be compared to the Fallas or San Fermín, which brings the city to a standstill; in fact, there are many locals that do not even know that the festival is going on. Read full article

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The Best Rice Restaurants in Madrid

By | 15 April, 2015 | 0 comments

arrocerias madridSome say that you cannot eat a good paella in Madrid, because there is no way you can enjoy this delicious Valencian dish far from the beaches. Proof that this notion is wrong is the existence of restaurants like El Ventorrillo Murciano, in the Antón Martín district (Calle Tres Peces, 20), which offers excellent rice dishes (arroz a banda, Read full article

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Social film and Photograph at CaixaForum

By | 15 March, 2015 | 0 comments

Expo CaixaforumThe ‘laCaixa’ FotoPress exhibition reaches its 19th edition, on this occasion reflecting on the role of photography in a world saturated by images. Through ten projects gathered for this exhibition, the visitor can access new ways of understanding the photographic resource and its use to tell us about subjects like identity, violence, life in the slums, Read full article

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Alcala de Henares is waiting for you

By | 2 March, 2015 | 0 comments

Alcala de Henares

It has been confirmed, albeit without scientific approval, that the human remains found in the Convent of Las Trinitarias in Madrid may have been those of Miguel de Cervantes, the famous author of El Quijote whose second part is 400 years old this year. We know where he died, in the street that bears his name, Read full article

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The Abello Private Collection

By | 22 February, 2015 | 0 comments

coleccion abelloThe Uffizi in Italy, the Thyssen in Spain… the great art collections, which later became museums, emerged due to the love that the great families of that time felt for art, on which they invested vast sums of money.

Following the trail of those great collectors, Juan Abelló and his wife Anna Gamazo are known not just for their business dealings but also for their fantastic art collection that, Read full article

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Get your Sandwich in Madrid!

By | 13 February, 2015 | 0 comments

sandwichIt’s probable that films like #Chef, which praises the art of the sandwich in all of its splendour with the speciality of the Cuban sandwich, made with love and a soft mixture of meat, cheeses and sauce, have increased the value of the normal, traditional sandwich. In any case, in Madrid there are many places that are starting to appear and in which the sandwich stops being just any normal kind of dish and becomes the star of the menu. Read full article

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Costume Museum: Get Dressed with your Eyes

By | 30 January, 2015 | 0 comments

museo trajeIt is not the most central museum in Madrid although it is well worth going to it to Moncloa, from where you just have a short walk to get there. Firstly, it is well worth visiting for its permanent collection, which is not so permanent as its name might imply because it is renovated every so often. Read full article

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Goya’s Madrid

By | 16 January, 2015 | 0 comments

goya madridThe characters immortalised by Francisco de Goya in many of his Madrid-themed works, such as The field of San Isidro, later generated a type of character, the Goyaesque or goyesco, which then became a regional costume. This symbolises the bond between the Aragonese artist and the Spanish capital, Read full article

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Brunch is life

By | 22 December, 2014 | 0 comments

BrunchIf we mix together breakfast and lunch we get brunch, a mid-morning meal. It is a highly recommended formula for long sightseeing days in a large city like Madrid, in which it is convenient to recharge the batteries mid-morning and, while you do so, save on having a big meal (lunch, or at least reduce it to its minimal expression). Read full article

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La Platea: A Place to Get Lost In

By | 15 December, 2014 | 0 comments

Platea MadridLa Platea is a brand-new shopping centre on Calle Goya, 7 (next to Plaza Colón) that will celebrate its first ever Christmas this winter after its inauguration last June. With an initial investment of 60 million euros, it is a gamble but a firm one to revamp the whole outdated ‘shopping centre’ concept. And so, Read full article

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