Posts with category Madrid Cultura

A journey through the history and enigmas of Madrid’s metro

By | 22 November, 2019 | 0 comments




Madrid’s metro system was inaugurated 100 years ago by King Alfonso XIII. From that day until now, many stories have unfurled underneath the Spanish capital. Today we’re going on a journey around Madrid’s many hidden attractions and enigmas. What will you discover? Ghosts, archaeological remains, etc. Are you ready to begin? 

A museum in Ópera

At Ópera station we find an archaeological museum. Read full article

Discover the neighbourhood in Madrid that has won over British hearts

By | 15 November, 2019 | 0 comments




The leading British urban guide magazine Time Out has recently surveyed over 27,000 people in order to find the 10 best neighbourhoods in the world. And one of the chosen neighbourhoods was in Madrid. Do you want to know which one?

The lucky neighbourhood is the lively and diverse Embajadores. In 2018, it made it to first place. Read full article

3 things you wouldn’t expect to find in Madrid

By | 11 October, 2019 | 0 comments




Madrid is a city known for hosting popular monuments and spaces such as the Puerta del Sol, Puerta de Alcalá or the Retiro. However, in the capital of Madrid there are other unique, iconic places that you wouldn’t expect to find in the city and that will surely surprise you. Take a look at them, and let us know whether we were right or not. Read full article

Callao City Arts, the cultural Times Square of Madrid

By | 23 September, 2019 | 0 comments




We all dream of visiting New York at least once in our lifetime. And among one of the city’s greatest appeals is Times Square, a space full of light and multimedia screens. Now, we will find something very similar in the centre of Madrid. But in this square, instead of advertising, we find art.
Callao City Arts will turn Madrid’s central square into a unique cultural and artistic space for a whole year thanks to a multidisciplinary project, Read full article

3 fun things to do at Madrid Rio

By | 7 September, 2019 | 0 comments




Madrid Río is a recreational and cultural area that runs alongside part of the Manzanares River. In recent years, it has been totally redeveloped and has become really popular and fashionable among locals and visitors to the city. Here are three ideas for things to do in the area for a great day out. 

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A cultural morning at the Matadero

The old slaughterhouse (Matadero) in Madrid has now been turned into a small town dedicated to the world of culture. Read full article

The alternative Madrid not to be missed

By | 24 May, 2019 | 1 comment




There is a Madrid for every type of person. In this post, we’ll tell you about the Madrid that is less well known by tourists, with alternative and original ideas that are sure to surprise. Are you ready to discover a new side of the Spanish capital?

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Statue of the Fallen Angel

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4 beautiful and unique libraries in Madrid that you can’t miss out on

By | 23 April, 2019 | 0 comments




Today is Book Day, an initiative that started in Catalonia in 1923. On this particular date, it’s customary to gift a book to one of your loved ones. To make your search more enjoyable, we’ll show you four libraries in Madrid that will definitely not disappoint you.

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Librería Bardón, the most charming library in Madrid

When you enter its door, Read full article

When can you visit Madrid’s museums for free in 2019?

By | 5 April, 2019 | 0 comments




Museo Arqueológico Nacional

Madrid has some of the world’s most important museums. The Prado Museum, the Reina Sofia Museum and the Thyssen Museum are some of the most popular art galleries and every year they receive the highest number of visits. If you want to enjoy them without having to dig deep into your pockets, we’ll tell you when you can visit them for free. Read full article

Discover Madrid in 48 hours

By | 22 March, 2019 | 0 comments




Even though it’s difficult to truly get to know Madrid in only 48 hours, we’ve put together a quick guide that will allow you to visit the most important monuments in the Spanish capital. Rest assured: during these two days you will have plenty of time to taste Madrid’s cuisine, go shopping and visit museums.

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Begin at Plaza Cibeles and the Cybele Palace, Read full article

Come and experience Harry Potter’s magical platform in Madrid

By | 21 January, 2019 | 0 comments




Harry Potter, the world’s most popular wizard, likes Madrid. That’s why he has come back to the Spanish capital with a new event to delight the fans of this internationally famous literary saga, which now has millions of supporters all across the globe. If you are ready to live the next fantastically magical experience, don’t miss the Andén Mágico exhibition. Read full article

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