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Train travel has always held a romantic allure, providing unique opportunities to connect with the landscapes and cultures that would otherwise remain hidden. This is especially true when journeying through Spain, a country steeped in history, astonishing architecture, and breathtaking ...

Madrid, Spain’s capital, is renowned for its rich history and vibrant culture and is one of the most welcoming cities for LGBT travelers worldwide. Whether visiting for the annual pride parade or any time of the year, you can always ...

When discussing museums in Madrid, the first thing that often comes to mind is the famous Art Triangle, which includes the city’s three most important museums: El Prado, Reina Sofía, and Thyssen-Bornemisza. However, a group of alternative museums completes the ...

Madrid is a city that never falls short of surprises. There’s always something new to discover – a hidden corner, a charming alleyway, or an unassuming restaurant that serves the most delicious tapas. But when you want to take a ...

I live in Madrid, and while it’s usually a sunny city, there are days when the sky is grey and rain taps on the windows. These days can be a surprise in a city known for its blue skies. Living ...

Living in Madrid, I have visited El Capricho Park numerous times. Although it is not as famous as El Retiro, it is just as beautiful. More importantly, its history is just baffling! The park spans an area of about 14 ...

Europe boasts of several beautiful cemeteries that serve as final resting places and captivating outdoor spaces. These cemeteries are filled with history, art, and tranquility and often feature breathtaking landscapes, intricate tombstones, and beautiful monuments. They are important cultural sites ...

Madrid has plenty of rooftops and observation decks. But, if you’re a photography enthusiast looking to capture the Spanish capital’s skyline in all its glory, you may wonder which are the best viewpoints in central Madrid. In this post, we’ll ...

Throughout history, city walls have played a significant role in the defense and development of urban areas across Europe. These imposing structures were meant to provide protection against external threats, aid in controlling the movement of people and goods, and ...

With over six million inhabitants in its metropolitan area, the Spanish capital is, after Paris, the second most populous city in the European Union. Because of its sheer size, we can tell you right off the bat that visiting Madrid ...