Posts with category Madrid Cultura

Changing of the guard in Madrid’s Royal Palace

By | 22 October, 2017 | 0 comments

Cambio de guardia en Palacio Real

Madrid offers many different options for travellers who are visiting the city in autumn, since these mild-weather temperatures are a nice middle ground and you can enjoy the sun during the daytime hours without it being too hot. One of the main attractions that you can see every month is the changing of the guard in the Royal Palace. Read full article






Where to watch flamenco shows in Madrid

By | 12 October, 2017 | 0 comments

Flamenco en Madrid

They say that Madrid is the ninth Andalusian province due to the high amount of flamenco artists who live and perform in the Spanish capital, clearly visible in the large offer of flamenco shows you can find. From intimate shows to some of the most famous tablaos in the world as well as places where you can party flamenco style, Read full article

The “3D. Printing the World” exhibition in Madrid

By | 27 August, 2017 | 0 comments

3D. Imprimir el mundo

3D printing technology has burst into our lives and it’s here to stay. Madrid will host “3D. Printing the World”, an exhibition whose objective is to show us the advances in 3D-printing technology and the revolution which comes with its development.

Its application fields are diverse and are continuously increasing in number with new additions, Read full article

Surge Madrid 2017 reignites the importance of performing arts in the Spanish capital

By | 4 May, 2017 | 0 comments

SurgeMadrid

There are days in which you want to leave academics aside and try something new and different, something other than works by literary greats such as Calderón or Cervantes… Knowing that this is what the audience wants, why not give it to them? This is how Surge Madrid emerged, a collaboration between local venues and the Regional Government of Madrid which promotes performing arts. Read full article

Charming film locations in Madrid

By | 27 April, 2017 | 0 comments

Madrid en el cine

Perhaps you didn’t know this but Madrid is to Spanish cinema what New York is to Hollywood. Why are we making such a daring comparison? Because Madrid has been the filming location for an endless number of Spanish movies, providing its streets and most emblematic spots as the stage for stories which were later projected on the giant screen. Read full article

Madrid knows that Queen will always be in fashion

By | 1 March, 2017 | 0 comments

Queen Symphonic Rhapsody en Madrid

Madrid will once again host the show loved and dreamed of by the fans of one of the best Twentieth-century rock bands: Queen, the British band, which conquered and still conquers many fans of good 70s and 80s music. Queen Symphonic Rhapsody is the Queen tribute band we are talking about and they will be back in Madrid for their 2017 tour. Read full article

The chicest cinemas in Madrid

By | 26 February, 2017 | 0 comments

Matadero, por Dave Pinter

Who doesn’t like spending an afternoon at the movies in a classic cinema with popcorn and in good company? If you have these tastes and are in Madrid, we recommend that you visit some of the city’s chicest cinemas, which we have compiled below:

Cineteca. Located in Mercado Municipal de Ganados, better known as Matadero (Legazpi area), Read full article

Check out Madrid’s centenary shops

By | 15 November, 2016 | 0 comments

If you want to escape the hustle of Christmas shopping in Madrid, we propose a route around establishments that have been offering their services to clients for many decades and that today are part of Madrid’s historical and cultural legacy.

You’ve probably walked passed them before and not realised that they boast the plaque designed by Antonio Mingote and awarded by the City Council for the Gran Vía’s Centenary. Read full article

Experience the Ministry of Time first hand

By | 15 June, 2016 | 0 comments

Captura de pantalla 2016-07-04 a la(s) 18.28.28

TV series are currently enjoying a high degree of popularity, whether it is because they provide us with a prolonged sense of satisfaction (in comparison to a movie) or because their plot hooks us. The truth is that we are watching more and more TV series all the time and we enjoy them even more if we can recognise parts of our own history in the episodes, Read full article

Recovering Madrid’s crafts

By | 5 May, 2016 | 0 comments

We are in the era of the Internet, of digital and industrial things where everything is done by a machine via industrialised processes. However, something is changing and is taking us into a new and imperative need to return to tradition and discover how things were made in the past, slowly and with love. For this reason, Read full article

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