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(Español) Gastrofestival: Madrid en el plato

By | 25 January, 2016 | 0 comments

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(Español) Cosas poco conocidas que hacer en Madrid

By | 15 January, 2016 | 0 comments

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Categories: Guías Madrid

(Español) Las rebajas de enero vienen por todo lo alto

By | 11 January, 2016 | 0 comments

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Categories: Madrid Turismo

Back to the routine

By | 11 January, 2016 | 0 comments

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January means going back, starting again, starting from scratch… It is the month that not only do we start another year but also new things that we wish to include in our routine and that we always leave for another time. Perhaps that is why January is the month for new resolutions. Nevertheless, it is the time to go back to the routine after a few days off and short holidays, which may be short for some and long for others. Christmas usually means that our mind can unwind more than other times but now it’s time to go back.

Children will be going back to school and to their routine and adults will be going to work, but it’s not only a professional thing but also a return to our regular aspects of life. It is important to return to normal eating timetables and not eat as much so we can allow our stomach to rest, as well as go back to our physical exercise and sleeping timetable, because no doubt our sleeping patterns were altered after so many late nights and mornings. Everything has to go back to its place. So, how do we do all of this and, at the same time, add our New Year’s resolutions? These are a few tips that may help:

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Categories: General

Travel to Madrid in winter

By | 11 January, 2016 | 0 comments

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It might not seem like it but it’s winter already. Yes, in December we moved from autumn to winter although it really doesn’t live up to its temperature expectations. There has been a couple of cold days recently but there is no sign of the freezing cold that we usually get, which means it’s the perfect time to travel in winter, definitely the most beautiful time of the year for a quick getaway, especially if it’s to Madrid.

What are the benefits of travelling to Madrid in winter?

- The city looks beautiful. The colour of winter is simply magnificent, with its brown autumn tones leaving a beautiful setting with blues and whites, despite there being no snow. The leaves still slowly fall from the trees but the plants are already hibernating and preparing for the beautiful upcoming spring. Everything smells and feels different. You will feel how special this time of year is in Madrid.

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Categories: Madrid Turismo

(Español) Imprimir en 3D y tomar café, todo a la vez en Madrid

By | 8 January, 2016 | 0 comments

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Categories: Madrid Cultura

Pop Ups de Navidad en Madrid

By | 27 November, 2015 | 0 comments

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Categories: Madrid Diversión, Madrid Turismo

Las 12 uvas en la Puerta del Sol

By | 20 November, 2015 | 0 comments

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Categories: Madrid Noche, Madrid Turismo

Navidad por todos los rincones… de Madrid

By | 10 November, 2015 | 0 comments

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Categories: Madrid Diversión, Madrid Turismo

Y llegó la Navidad a Madrid

By | 28 October, 2015 | 0 comments

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Almost without realising, summer is over and we are dressing up in scary costumes to celebrate Halloween and suddenly it’s almost Christmas. November has arrived and the streets light up to welcome Santa Claus in the most important time of year for shops, families, gatherings and reunions…Everything is important at Christmas and it has now arrived.

Madrid really enjoys Christmas. It seems like a different city, even more beautiful if that’s even possible. There are lights on all the streets, warmth in all of its spaces, smiles everywhere, chestnut sellers on the streets bringing a bit of warmth and traditional smells and a never-ending list of events that allow you to experience a unique and magnificent holiday from now onwards.

However, if Christmas is notorious for something, that’s shopping and you can enjoy some great shopping in Madrid. The shops get ready to show their autumn-winter collections and traditional shopping areas like Milla de Oro (Salamanca district) or the popular Malasaña district are now ready to offer the best.  What is your style? A more classic and elegant style with a fashionable touch? Then Serrano and its nearby streets are the place for you. Here you will find the most prestigious fashion brands like Loewe and Louis Vuitton that will give unique prestige and elegance to your shopping stroll. They mix together with other more affordable brands without giving up a single bit of elegance and style to improvisation. Lagasca, Hermosilla, Ayala, Claudio Coello… these are magical streets that are waiting for you with unique fashion items so you can stand out from the rest while generating a unique shopping experience.

If you have a more alternative and hipster style, Madrid is also the place for you. Head to Malasaña, a district that has reinvented itself and that is currently enjoying its highest degree of popularity. It has shops with treasures that you would never have imagined design their window displays and care for every single little detail in order to capture your attention so that your style is unique. Also, don’t forget about areas open to diversity like Callao, where you will find everything you are looking for.

But is Madrid only about fashion? Not by any means. Christmas gets to every single corner of the city. You will always need a bite to eat during your shopping route and what better than a traditional afternoon snack like chocolate con churros (hot chocolate with churros) or a complete meal with Madrid’s famous stew, known as cocido? The latter includes three servings and for sure you will need a siesta after it, something that will no doubt be easier with the Christmas carols in the background.

No matter what your style is, Christmas is here and you will have everything you need in Madrid. Don’t hesitate and come and spend it with us. It will be an unforgettable experience.

Categories: Madrid Cultura, Madrid Diversión, Madrid Turismo

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