Madrid Guide

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Madrid Guide

Although Madrid is famous worldwide as being a party capital, it also has more than its fair share of exception art galleries. Madrid offers any visitor the best of both worlds; cultural highlights as well as famous shopping opportunities combined with some of the best nightlife in the whole of Europe. With chill out music in the background, laughter rings out among the groups that party many metres from the ground. It's midnight: time to look upwards. Madrid's most chic terraces are always open... whichever the season serving amazing cocktails and some of Madrid's famous Tapas dishes.

And a visit to Spain's capital would not be complete without a wander around the contemporary neighbourhood Malasaña. Nowadays, vintage clothes shops, New York-like restaurants, cultural associations, venues where rising designers sell handbags and t-shirts made from remnants have started to pop up among houses with traditional tiles and stores that opened years ago.

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Cool and Unusual Things To Do in Madrid

Cool and Unusual Things To Do in Madrid

No matter what city you go to, whether you investigate before travelling or just let things flow spontaneously, you will always find places and activities that are promoted as “emblematic”, “obligatory”, “must-see”, etc. That’s cool, as those things are usually famous for a reason. But what happens if you have already been in the place for long enough to have seen all of them? Or if you are the type of traveller who would rather skip the mainstream attractions overrun with other tourists and discover less known, more local spots?

5 things to do in Madrid for Free

5 things to do in Madrid for Free

5 top things to do in Madrid with no money in your pocket: Soak up the beauty and culture of the Spanish capital without breaking the bank - check out these 5 things to do in Madrid for Free!

Discover Madrid

Discover Madrid

What to Eat in Madrid

What to Eat in Madrid

Nightlife in Madrid

Nightlife in Madrid