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  • La creperie easycrep

    Hello everybody! A few days ago I went out with some friends and we had dinner at this amazing creperie. One of my friends had already been there and she was delighted with the crepes, and to be honest we all end up satisfied with them. There's a huge variety of salty...

    0 by Natalia, in Where to eat Madrid, 13 days ago
  • The Little Corner of Havana

    Hello again! Mojito. (Source) Latin music and wonderful cocktails with great ambience very close to the Plaza de España; this is how I'd describe this great find, somewhere that you can spend hours enjoying drinks, salsa and the relaxed, Cuban ambience. Though it may...

    0 by Molly, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Madrid, one month ago
  • Cheap and Delicious Croquetas in Madrid

    Basque skewers at home, yesterday I ordered a pack and the truth was they were all good but the croquetas were delicious and perfect, this page is very good they bring you the skewers home, very fast and very serious, the I recommend

    0 by Gabriela, in Where to eat Madrid, 4 months ago
  • Mercado de San Miguel

    El Mercado de San Miguel is a must see in Madrid, not only because is great to grab something to eat, but also because of the great environment and great places to drink too. It is called mercado translated to "market", but maybe not in the traditional sense of the...

    0 by Denisse, in Where to eat Madrid, 8 months ago
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  • The UCM Summer Swimming Pool

    Although there is still a long way to go before the heat arrives, the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Madrid Complutense University) summer swimming pool is one of the best places to survive the heat of the capital during the hottest months of the year. Getting here...

    0 by Kate, in What to do Madrid, 9 months ago
  • The Golden Triangle

    The Golden Triangle, also known as "Triangle of Art", is the name that is commonly given to the area of Madrid that includes the three main museums dedicated to the art of the city: the Prado Museum, the Reina Sofia Museum and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. All three of...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Madrid, 9 months ago
  • Retiro Park

    In this post I am going to tell you a little about the place that surprised me the most during my trip to the city of Madrid. I never thought that it would be possible to find somewhere with so many different places to see inside at the same time, this is definitely my...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Madrid, 10 months ago
  • National Library of Spain

    Open day at the National Library of Spain I am writing this entry because there are many people who aren't aware of this historical building, the National Library of Spain. Year after year, they organise an open day with the aim of celebrating Book Day. Source The...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Madrid, 10 months ago
  • National Queen Sofía Museum

    For those days made for leisure, you have to put on your shoes and go out more! During my language exchange in Toledo, I made several weekend trips to Madrid... Obviously! I had to take advantage of the proximity and ease of transportation to the Spanish...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Madrid, 10 months ago
  • Círculo de Las Bellas Artes

    The Círculos de Bellas Artes is a private, non-profit organisation situated right in the heart of Madrid, just next to the Bank of Spain and right in front of the start of Gran Vía. It has contributed and continues contributing in the diffusion of art and culture, and...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Madrid, one year ago
  • Fountain of Neptune

    The Fountain of Neptune is located in the centre of Plaza Cánovas del Castillo in Madrid. This is the square that you will find after the Cibeles Fountain if you continue along the Paseo del Prado. It was inaugurated in 1786, which means that it has spent more than two...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Madrid, one year ago
  • 'Underground Coslada'

    If you don't know where to go a Friday or Saturday night and you really want to have a good time, this is your place! You'll find the best atmosphere, the best music and, the most important, the best booze! I assure you there's no cheap booze served from the bottom of...

    0 by Desi, in Erasmus party Madrid, one year ago
  • De María

    Gran Vía is both one of the most important and most representative streets in Madrid and visiting it is a unique experience for all, particularly as it has become an important commercial and leisure area for citizens and, particularly, tourists alike! We were already...

    0 by Lottie, in Where to eat Madrid, one year ago
  • Loving Hut

    Hi Everyone! Yesterday was a very special friends birthday, and to celebrate we had a surprise dinner. As she is considering becoming vegan, we thought the best idea would be to take her to Loving Hut. The truth is we didn't know of this restaurant previously, but a...

    0 by Mark, in Where to eat Madrid, one year ago
  • Al Mounia

    As you can guess from the title of this post, today I will be talking about the absolute disappointment that I felt when eating as this very well-known restaurant in Madrid city centre. For those of you who are lovers of exotic food, specifically Arabic food, you will...

    0 by Lottie, in Where to eat Madrid, one year ago
  • Nigiri

    A couple of days ago, I was with some friends in the centre of Madrid and we decided that we felt like going somewhere for food. We fancied some Japanese food, but all of the restaurants that we knew of closed at 4pm and didn't open again until 6pm. Besides, if I go to...

    0 by Lottie, in Where to eat Madrid, one year ago
  • Fairuz Restaurant

    Fairuz is a restaurant specialising in Lebanese cuisine and is situated right in the heart of Madrid. Source Fairuz is a famous Lebanese singer and actress who is extremely well-known in the Arabic world, as well as some other countries in the Far East, whose career...

    0 by Lottie, in Where to eat Madrid, one year ago
  • Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía

    Madrid is an enriching city in every possible sense of the word, despite being relatively small, given that all of its monuments, museums and parks are located just a few minutes walking distance from one another. It's absolutely essential that you visit the Museo Reina...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Madrid, one year ago
  • Templo de Debod

    One of the things that I like most about Madrid is the closeness of all of its cultural and tourist attractions. I was walking back to my house and, without even having planned it, I had stumbled across the famous Templo de Debod. This particular attraction is one of...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Madrid, one year ago

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