Posts with category Madrid Noche

The most extravagant side of Madrid before your very eyes

By | 13 September, 2019 | 0 comments

Madrid nightlife is famous worldwide. However, there are still a lot of little secrets to be found beyond its more conventional discos and pubs. If you’re looking for an experience that is a bit more quirky, kitsch or cool and where fun is absolutely guaranteed, these are the perfect places for you. Get ready to experience the famous “Madrid scene”! Read full article

The best nightlife areas to enjoy la noche madrileña

By | 14 December, 2018 | 0 comments

Madrid is very much alive both day and night. This is where the movement of La Movida Madrileña (The Madrid Scene) took place, and it currently has different neighbourhoods with lots of nightclubs, pubs and neighbourhoods open 24/7. Do you want to know them? If the answer is yes, keep on reading.

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Located in the heart of the city, Read full article

Four bar terraces to continue enjoying the good weather in Madrid

By | 21 August, 2018 | 0 comments

September is the new July just like 40 is the new 30. Despite that the holidays of sun and sand are over on the Spanish coastlines, Madrid offers many options to continue enjoying summer.

One of the most popular ones ingrained in the city’s DNA is its bar terraces. Would you like to find out the most popular ones for this year? Read full article

The best bars to watch the World Cup

By | 15 May, 2018 | 0 comments

Football fans, your time has finally arrived. After four years, the World Cup is back, this time in Russia, although you won’t have to travel all the way there to watch it because that is what bars are for. However, which ones should you choose? There are plenty of good ones. A lively one in Lavapiés is La Funda_Mental (Calle Argumosa, Read full article

The Movida never dies

By | 25 November, 2016 | 0 comments

It has been almost thirty years since the Movida ruled Madrid and many of its main stars now have grandchildren but this cultural movement refuses to die. Rock-Ola was , from 1979 to 1984, one of the most emblematic bars of those crazy years, hosting concerts by international artists such as Nick Cave or Iggy Pop among others. Read full article

Every moment has its cocktail

By | 5 November, 2016 | 0 comments

There’s much more than just mojitos and caipirinhas and Madrid is the ideal place to experiment in the art of the elaborated drink. One of these cocktails is the Gimlet, Philip Marlowe’s favourite, which they prepare really well in La Galería (Costanilla de los Ángeles,9) with a good dose of premium gin, lime juice, ice and a slice of lime as garnish. Read full article

Summer clubbing

By | 29 June, 2016 | 0 comments

Madrid’s nightlife is always alive, even during summer. Despite the decrease in numbers, there are always plenty of places to choose from where you can go and have a dance. The most spectacular, boastful and party-loving spot is Kapital (Calle Atocha, 125), one of Europe’s most popular clubs, a status that can be seen by the long queues that form in the street every night. Read full article

Discover the summer charms of La Casa Encendida

By | 29 June, 2016 | 0 comments

La Casa Encendida is located on the edge of Lavapiés and Embajadores, a place where you can enjoy a fantastic lunchtime menu or a coffee with a slice of homemade cake in its bright and spacious café or use its computer facilities with Internet access, library and film archive. What you must see is its terrace, Read full article

The best cocktail bars in Madrid

By | 17 January, 2016 | 0 comments

New establishments are livening up the cocktail-bar scene in the Spanish capital. One of the latest to open its doors is Perrachica (Calle Eloy Gonzalo, 10), which has taken no time at all to earn the label of “one of the trendiest places in town”. Among its attractions is the fact that it used to be an old bank branch, Read full article

Nostalgia of Madrid’s Movida movement

By | 5 January, 2016 | 0 comments

Those who have watched 80s films directed by Pedro Almodóvar, has listened to Los Secretos or Alaska or watched the TV series La bola de cristal will probably feel nostalgia towards that movement “promoted by the city council” (lead by Madrid’s Mayor Enrique Tierno Galván).

We start in the heart of Malasaña, at Alaska’s bar, Read full article

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