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Where to Take Out of Town Guests for Dinner in Madrid

Where to Take Out of Town Guests for Dinner in Madrid October 26, 2011 | Food | Read More
If you’re entertaining in Madrid, you can’t go wrong with a restaurant that is traditionally Spanish and either totally fun (like Champagnería Gala or Museo del Jamón) or historically significant (like Sobrino de Botín). Within its cavernous walls that channel medieval Spain, Sobrino de Botín...

What to Pack for a Winter Holiday in Madrid

What to Pack for a Winter Holiday in Madrid October 10, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
A city sitting on a plain surrounded by mountains, Madrid gets quite hot in the summer and downright chilly in the winter. In fact, due to the elevation of the city, the winter lows tend to feel like a mountainous cold. It also typically snows for at least a few days in Madrid each year, though the...

Five Places to Propose in Madrid

Five Places to Propose in Madrid October 6, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
You know that she is the one for you! Now there’s no better time to propose than on your upcoming trip to Madrid, Spain. Think of a truly palatial square, a garden of roses, a stunningly beautiful restaurant, a romantic park or an impressive historic square. These are just a few of the locations in...

One Day in Madrid

One Day in Madrid September 28, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
Maybe you’re in town for a business conference. Maybe you have a long layover. For whatever reason, you only have one day to enjoy the Spanish capital, but there are so many things in Madrid to see. What do you do to make the most of that day? Use our one-day Madrid plan! Start at the entrance to...
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