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New Year’s Eve Celebrations in Madrid

New Year’s Eve Celebrations in Madrid November 22, 2011 | Events | Read More
New Year’s Eve celebrations in Madrid can be summed up in two words: totally crazy! The parties and festivities can’t seem to start soon enough – or last long enough for locals’ tastes. Actually, the New Year’s Eve holiday is considered a real opportunity to let one’s hair down with friends,...

Best Neighborhoods in Madrid for the Foodie

Best Neighborhoods in Madrid for the Foodie November 14, 2011 | Food | Read More
A glass of bold red wine, a plate of fine sliced ham, a crisp salad bowl dressed to perfection… Need I go on? A trip to Madrid is the ideal destination in which to unleash your inner foodie. Though the Spanish capital is teeming with places to tickle your palate, the neighborhoods of Sol, La...

Best Madrid Museums for Children

Best Madrid Museums for Children November 11, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
Madrid is known for its plethora of awesome museums. But while you may be drooling over the chance to see Picasso’s masterpiece Guernica at the Reina Sofia, the kids may not be. When you have the kids in tow, consider some of Madrid’s more kid-friendly museums: Train Museum: An 1880 station filled...

The Best Views of Madrid

The Best Views of Madrid October 31, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
Madrid is a sophisticated, fast-paced city, and sometimes you just need a little perspective on the matter. Check out the best views to be had of the Spanish capital at these five neat locations. In the Open Air: Cerro del Tío Pío If you’re not on a tight schedule and want to do as the locals do,...
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