Eduardo Cid Calvo

The Palace of Cibeles and its panoramic-terrace

By | 23 March, 2013 | 0 comments

Magnificent, majestic elegant, all of these are adjectives that can be applied to the building that we are going to visit with you in the capital of Spain.

For many years, it remained closed to the general public due to the refurbishment taken place inside and outside. Now, at last, however, you will be able to visit the Palace of Cibeles. Read full article

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The Museum of the Origin of Madrid

By | 21 February, 2013 | 0 comments

For the inhabitants of such a multicultural and modern city as Madrid it’s important to know about their roots, why their city is as it is and behaves in such a hospitable way with all strangers. Read full article

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The best restaurants from Asturias in Madrid

By | 17 February, 2013 | 0 comments

Enjoying the best the north of Spain has to offer without leaving the centre of Madrid; tasting the best foods from Asturias without stepping outside the capital; drinking the best cider far away from the coast, pouring it into your glasses with the same style and the same cheerfulness, all of this hundreds of miles from the region of Asturias. Read full article

Categories: Madrid Gastronomía

The Casa de la Moneda, the House of Spanish mint and stamps

By | 28 January, 2013 | 0 comments

It’s one of the most beautiful hobbies in the world, almost a disease that gets under your skin and gets those fanatic collectors hooked.

Those lovers of stamp collection have their own paradise in Madrid, a paradise where they can spend days and weeks. Of course, we are talking about the Museum of the House of the Spanish Mint, Read full article

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The Sabatini Gardens in Madrid

By | 20 November, 2012 | 0 comments

They have achieved international fame because they are the chosen background for different artistic endeavours such us music festivals, summer open air concerts and other cultural activities.

We are talking about the Jardines de Sabatini in Madrid, a magical space situated off the north wall of the Royal Palace, between the Cuesta de San Vicente and the calle Bailén. Read full article

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The Neptune Fountain stands out in Madrid

By | 23 October, 2012 | 0 comments

It is one of the best known images in Madrid. An image that leaves you spellbound because of its presence and its strength. However, it may have lost the battle against its famous neighbour the Neptune Fountain that stands proud in the centre of Madrid.

With its Neoclassical style, it is situated in Plaza Cánovas del Castillo, Read full article

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The Monastery of Las Descalzas Reales in Madrid

By | 13 August, 2012 | 0 comments

For many years, its walls were home to many valuable treasures which were only accessible to the curia and noblemen.

However, now that we are in the 21st century, secrets are no longer secrets and all of this rich artistic and cultural heritage, a legacy of past generations, can be admired by all.

We are talking about the Monastery of Las Descalzas Reales in Madrid, Read full article

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Cita con los famosos en el Museo de Cera de Madrid

By | 16 July, 2012 | 0 comments

Who has never desired to be famous, feeling like a VIP for a few moments, enjoying popularity and fame?

“If you have always wished to walk on the red carpet with the most famous people in the world, cinema stars, footballers, politicians and singers, you can now do this in Madrid”.

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Una ruta de tapas típicas por las calles de Madrid

By | 18 June, 2012 | 0 comments

Thousands of national and foreign travellers arrive every year to the capital of Spain brandishing a food guide and a map to help them on their task of finding the best tapas bars in the city of Madrid.

This task is hard and complicated because, Madrid is a very cosmopolitan and huge city, where there are many different eateries that offer extraordinary and tasty tapas that will make the delights of even the best gourmets. Read full article

Categories: Madrid Gastronomía

Penúltima estación en Madrid: el Museo del Ferrocarril

By | 14 June, 2012 | 0 comments

However, you probably haven’t been to see yet the penultimate station, a place for nostalgic souls. This place where memories come to mind, where engines of the past are standing on dead but perfectly maintained tracks to be admired by visitors is the Museo del Ferrocarril, Madrid’s railway museum.

This space is situated in the Delicias Station, Read full article

Categories: Madrid Turismo

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