San Anton Market (Mercado de San Antón) is a food market located in Chueca Neighborhood, in the center of Madrid City. The market is focused on “tapas” (small dishes of food) and premium food to eat in its stalls and restaurants. The Market is placed inside a four-levels building, it’s open seven days a week (as San Miguel Market), and […]

Almost every city in Spain has its own “Plaza de España” (Spain Square). Probably, the most famous is Plaza España of Sevilla, but Madrid has also one of the most touristic ones: In this Plaza de España (Madrid) you will discover the first skyscrapers built in Spain, two beautiful fountains, gardens and in the middle of the square, a statue […]

Spain is a homeland of INDITEX – one of the biggest cloth companies in the world. It consists of brands like: ZARA, Pull and Beer, Massimo Dutti, Oysho, Bershka, Stradivarius or ZARA HOME. Even thought you can find these shops all around the world – in 74 countries, the prices in Spain are a little bit lower than in the other countries. During the sales time the prices […]

The Debod Temple (Templo de Debod) is an old Egyptian temple which nowadays is located in Parque del Oeste of Madrid. Although the temple was once in Egypt, it was disassembled in 1960 and translated to Spain ten years later to avoid its inundation because of the construction of a dam in Egypt. To arrive at Debod Temple, take the […]

On Sunday morning you have to go to El Rastro of Madrid – the most famous and popular market  in the capital city. The first sellers appear there at 8.30  – 9.00 a.m. and they stay there until  2.00 p.m. The best idea is to wake up early, drink some coffee, eat “tostadas” and go to La Latina district to […]

The Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo del Escorial (popularly known as El Escorial Palace) is an impressive building located in the surroundings of Madrid where the kings of Spain used to live. The palace was built in the 16th century, and currently it has a museum, a monastery, a crypt, a basilic, a library and gardens. El Escorial is placed […]

La Latina is a central neighborhood of Madrid whose bars and restaurants are highly popular among the citizens. In Madrid, many people is used to going to La Latina at the weekends (especially on Sundays, at midday and afternoon), and visit its bars to eat “tapas” (small dishes of food) and “cañas” (glasses of beer) or wine. To arrive at […]

Plaza de Toros de las Ventas, simply known as Las Ventas is one of the most interesting thing to see in Spanish capital. It is a place where you can see the bull fights – an unique Spanish tradition. Its capacity – 23 798 spectators makes it the third arena in the world. It is also considered to be the […]

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