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  • Student districts in Madrid

    Why is Madrid one of the most interesting cities for students in the world? Well, this can equally be put down to it being a city that is cosmopolitan, open, has thousands of places to visit and areas to get lost in.... However, above all, it is down to its people....

    0 by Anastasia, 9 days ago
  • Where to eat and drink in Madrid!

    In February, I went to Madrid for a few days with my boyfriend and some of his friends. I can’t say we saw an awful lot of the sights, but one thing we certainly did do was eat and drink well! Below, I’m going to go through the ten restaurants and bars we visited...

    0 by Madeline, 29 days ago
  • Parque Europa de Madrid.

    One of my favourite things to do, without a doubt, is travel. But the main problem of travelling is the cost, especially since many of us, especially young people do not have enough purchasing power. This power is what allows us to travel, for example, around the whole...

    0 by Poppy, one month ago
  • Malasaña, the most hipster neighborhood in Madrid

    Since becoming the epicenter of the Madrileña movement in the ‘80s, Malasaña has had an undeniable and above all unparalleled atmosphere. I’ve put together a quick compilation of my favorite places, from bars and cafes for when you go out, to second-hand stores...

    0 by Anna, 3 months ago
  • 5 Restaurants I Love in Madrid

    Madrid is a very cosmopolitan city; it's full of life. As soon as the first ray of sunshine falls, the terraced bars fill up. I think that something that characterises all Spanish people is that we know how to enjoy and appreciate a good plate of food. What do you have...

    0 by Kate, 4 months ago
  • I want find somewhere to rent in Madrid. Should I look now or when I arrive?

    This is one of the biggest questions that we will all have before we go anywhere in the world of exchange. This decision depends on your priorities: if one of your priorities is to get to Madrid and start getting to know it at once, or to travel while classes start,...

    0 by Kate, 5 months ago
  • Fashion in Madrid: Jean Paul Gautier Exhibition

    Hello, I wanted to dedicate this post to a wonderful Jean Paul Gaultier Exhibtion that took place in Madrid in the year 2012 (and until the beginning of 2013). With the name "Exhibition Jean Pul Gaultier. Universe of fashion: from the street to the stars", it was...

    0 by Kate, 5 months ago
  • The Vegan Guide to Madrid

    As a part-time Madrileña for about 4 years (I went on Erasmus in 2014 and never came back), I’ve come to known this city inside out, including its vegan and vegan-friendly eateries. While people seem to think the Spanish experience is incomplete without jamon iberico...

    0 by Leonoor, 6 months ago
  • Description of Madrid

    When I arrived in Madrid, because of my studies, people received me in a friendly way, they indicated tourist places where few people have arrived. The University of Seville is a great university, where teachers are respectful and affectionate to everyone, they do not...

    0 by Vanessa, 11 months ago
  • Madrid in the Summer

    In July last Summer I visited my family who live in Madrid. I spent a few days there so we took advantage of the time to visit some of the things that the city offers, museums, parks... everything you could see during the hot days of the Madrid Summer. I had already...

    0 by Jasmin, one year ago
  • Reasons to study in Madrid

    I have already spoken in depth about many topics related to the city of Madrid. I've talked about all manner of things: leisure activities and nightlife, the cultural offerings that we can find, the city's food culture that suits all budgets, alternative plans... I have...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Travel around Madrid in 24 hours

    I was on exchange in Madrid and let me tell you: you are neither not going to be disappointed, nor bored. This city has so much on offer. Throughout my time here, five Mexican friends and two relatives visited me. Some of them were here with me for a while, whereas...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Let's go to the Capitol!

    August 5, 2017 Today we are going to Madrid! The roundtrip was quickly and easily booked via "blalbacar". Taking a train or bus would have been more expensive, slower and unpractical. Therefore we decided to leave early Saturday morning at 6am so that we would arrive...

    0 by Alicia, one year ago
  • Spain, Day Three

    We have already seen most of Madrid, however simply looking at buildings isn't the same as understanding their historical importance. Of course, you can always Google all these facts, but in my opinion that is a very boring approach. Therefore, we went on a free walking...

    0 by Katarina, one year ago
  • Spain, Day Two

    Madrid is a huge city and there is a lot to see. We were lucky enough to have a friend living there to show us around. We were supposed to meet him at the very famous statue of a bear with the tree. Now, when someone says the words "bear"...

    0 by Katarina, one year ago
  • Spain, Day One

    It was February 2017 when I visited this country with my friends Marta and Bella. Maybe it sounds crazy going on a trip in February, but you must have in mind that while most of the world is freezing, Spain has a nice 20 degrees temperature. The plan was crazy – 4...

    0 by Katarina, one year ago
  • Impress me in Madrid

    'Is it your first time in Madrid? ' 'What?! ' Greg couldn't hear her through resounding music. 'No. I mean yes! I've been here for a week, but yeah, it's my first time. They were standing right next to the speaker on the lower floor of the nightclub. He: tall, dark...

    0 by Michal, one year ago
  • Places to go in Madrid

    I have visited Madrid twice now – once on holiday in 2013 and once in 2015 visiting a friend on her year abroad there whilst I was living in Barcelona. From Catalunya’s capital, you can take a train from Sants train station to Madrid’s Atocha station and you will...

    0 by Lucinda, one year ago
  • Madrid - My Majesty!!! ( Part 1)

    Why should I visit Madrid?  It’s hard to explain why I visited Madrid; when arrived at Tarragona, near Barcelona, for my one year exchange, many friends advised me against visiting Madrid, they said Barcelona is better than Madrid. To compare, Barcelona is more...

    2 by Hoàng, one year ago
  • I spent less than 200 euros for 4 days in Madrid and here's how I did it.

    You do not know me well if you do not know that I love traveling but I am also always broke. If you follow me on social media you probably know that two months ago I spent four days in Spain with my best friend. "So how did you pay for the trip Cris if you claim you are...

    0 by Cristian, one year ago

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