Madrid

The best areas to stay in Madrid for nightlife When it comes to partying, only a handful of countries go as hard as Spain and, of all its cities, Madrid deserves an honourable mention for being the epicentre of Spanish nightlife. Madrileños are energetic people who seem to defy time and schedules, so keeping up with...

Where to stay in Madrid – What you need to know Madrid is one of the most vibrant cities in the world for both its lively nightlife and its impressive cultural movement. The capital of Spain attracts millions of tourists for events such as the Orgullo, Madrid’s Gay Pride, which takes place at the end of July or early...

As the capital of Spain, Madrid is a thoroughly modern metropolitan city and with a population of nearly 3.5 million people, it’s also the biggest city in Spain. So it is not surprising therefore, that Madrid is practically bursting at the seams with interesting attractions, museums and galleries that offer both...

Like any other modern urban dweller would do, I spend a fair amount of time on the metro system, either sprinting on a train or walking through the maze-like corridors in order to get from one place to the other. For this reason, many would think that visiting an old abandoned subway station just for the sake of it...

Rumor has it that Doña María Josefa, Duchess of Osuna, was quite an oddball, willing to do anything to keep the members of the royalty amused. She went as far as to purchase some land on the outskirts of Madrid to build a Romantic park, some sort of late 18th century Disneyland where the aristocratinc members of the...

Madrid is a city of summer showers and unpredictable autumns and springs, a place to have an umbrella at hand at all times. Having rain falling on our perfect weekend getaway is not a nice thing, so I put together a small list of things to do in Madrid when it’s pouring. In Madrid there’s always something fun to do,...