What to do in Madrid in April

April is a month to enjoy the most beautiful city in the world: Madrid. As you all know we –Madrid locals– love spring. We adore to go outside an enjoy the tender sun and the fresh breeze of this time of the year accompanied, of course, with tapas and a big glass of wine or vermouth. […]

What to do in Madrid: Malasaña district

Malasaña is the trendiest district in Madrid. The area covered by this district is bounded by the streets Fuencarral, Gran Vía, Princesa, Alberto Aguilera and Carranza. Malasaña is to the west of Chueca –famous Madrid gay district– and to the east of Argüelle borough. There are several metro stations covering the area, but Noviciados station […]

Things to do in Madrid

Things to do in Madrid in December

Madrid gets completely transformed during the holidays, you can really breathe and feel the Christmas spirit. Markets, nativity scenes, shopping, concerts, lights shows, special food… there are many things to do in Madrid in December in Madrid. The article also includes some suggestions for those Grinch coming to Madrid. Christmas Market in Plaza Mayor November 29th […]

Things to Do in Madrid at Christmas

Christmas is the perfect time to share and enjoy Madrid. Unlike other European cities, Madrid has a mild winter, with temperature rarely reach zero degrees, clear skies and little rain. Temperatures in Madrid in December are between 35°F and 51°F, with an average of 44°F. Good weather favors the activity on the streets, including concerts, markets […]

What to do in Madrid in January

In Madrid the year begins with the hangover of the celebration in the Puerta del Sol. The tradition marks to be breakfast churros con chocolate the first day of the year. The first week of January in Madrid still exudes holiday spirit. As Spain is a Catholic country celebrates the Epiphany and children have to […]

Celebrating The Epiphany in Madrid

The Magi or the Three Wise Men were three men guided by the Bethlehem’s star to honor and complement God’s son after his birth. This story, based on the Gospels of Matthew, has turned the Three Kings in regular characters of nativity scenes. The tradition of the nativity scenes is widespread in Spain, since this […]

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