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  • Parque Carlos Arias Navarro

    During my first two weeks in Madrid, I was lucky enough to be temporarily living in Aluche, which is an area situated in the south-west of the capital. I used to go running every day in Parque Carlos Arias Navarro, which was situated just opposite the place where I was...

    0 by Lottie, 3 months ago
  • Teleférico de Madrid

    One of the things that I like the most about Madrid is the fact that you can enjoy seeing almost all of the city on foot. One of recommended neighbourhoods is Argüelles, which is located just a few minutes walking distance away from the very centre of the city, close...

    0 by Lottie, 4 months ago
  • CaixaForum Madrid

    Although I am not studying for a degree in Architecture, I can just imagine how architects and industrial designers must feel every time they visit a museum like CaixaForum in Madrid. I would think that, for them, it must be a kind of heaven or a complete dream come...

    0 by Lottie, 4 months ago
  • Theme Park

    Everyone has a list of things that they want to do before they die, even if that list is just on their head. My list is already some years old and some of the points are still the same. (Except dying my hair blue). One of my things to do was going on a roller...

    0 by Rita, 5 months ago
  • Madrid Cablecar

    What beautiful views! It will be a very appealing place to visit during my next trip to Madrid! Thank you very much for sharing this type of information with us, with this I will, without a doubt, be drawing up a plan and calculating the budget necessary for the time...

    0 by Brooke, 6 months ago
  • Príncipe Pío shopping centre

    Príncipe Pío Mall is one of the most well-known in Madrid, and I am lucky enough to be situated just a couple of minutes away from it and can easily get there walking. It is mainly a place of leisure for people of all ages, although it's easy to appreciate that it's...

    0 by Lottie, 6 months ago
  • Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

    The university that I am currently studying in is the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Fuenlabrada. This university is one of the biggest in terms of the number of campuses and higher-education vocational colleges it has. In total, there are four faculties at the...

    0 by Lottie, 7 months ago
  • Retiro Park

    Hi Alba, good afternoon. You keep on showing us interesting places that look really good. It seems like you love to talk about places so that other people get to know them. That's great! I have to confess I had no idea that there was another 'Retiro Park' in Madrid,...

    0 by Blanca, one year ago
  • El Rastro Market

    El Rastro is the famous flea market taking place in Madrid every Sunday from 9am to 3pm. Most people that visit it come from La Latina metro station which leads you directly to the beginning of the market. So be ready to see hoards of tourists and locals from that...

    0 by Ana, one year ago
  • Malasaña

    Madrid has many interesting districts, such as: Chueca, Las Letras, La Latina ... where each of those has its own character. And out of all of them, Malasaña is my favorite. Generally, amazing place with its own atmosphere where you can be yourself and see others doing...

    0 by Ana, one year ago
  • Primark

    All Spaniards could notice something important was going to happen at number 42 Gran Vía road (one of Madrid's most recognised and main streets). It wasn't until the 15th October 2015 when what was awaited came to its finish. Hundreds of young Spaniards were queued up...

    0 by Beth, one year ago
  • Calle Gran Vía

    Reunion in Madrid; one of Ginos and beer Today has been a day of Erasmus reunions. I'm prepared to tell you about my great Sunday. Who said that Sundays weren't cool!? Here I present mine today: We had already spent many days talking about an Erasmus get-together. We...

    0 by Beth, one year ago
  • Museo Arqueológico Nacional

    So if you have heard about a museum in Madrid, you would have probably heard about El Prado or maybe Reina Sofia. Both of them are art museums. And both of them are indeed great places to visit. They have a lot of invaluable art pieces that for art lovers would be just...

    0 by Francisco Jose, one year ago
  • Parque del Retiro

    The Retiro park in Madrid is one of the best kept public parks in the country. If you think it looks seems in the photographs, the inside can be so enormous you get lost although this will not be a problem because as soon as entering, you're gazing at it. My...

    0 by Beth, one year ago
  • Calle Gran Vía

    Madrid's Gran Via is well-known by Spaniards everywhere, we've all either heard about it or have actually been there, but for those of you who have not had the good fortune of visiting it, I'll provide you with a short summary. This street is located in the dead-centre...

    0 by Daniele, one year ago
  • Spanish lessons in small groups in Sol with fully qualified native teacher!

    The Puerta del Sol is Spain's most famous and important square and it is located in the dead centre of Madrid. The main building in the square is the one of the Casa Correos (Mail House), otherwise known as the 'Casa del Reloj' (Clock House), which is the oldest...

    0 by Daniele, 2 years ago
  • Atocar rehearsal studios with piano

    Rehearsal studios for practising classical and jazz music. Studios custom designed and built by musicians for musicians. Our mission is to provide a creative and quality environment for practicing musicians. We offer nine rehearsal spaces that can be rented by the hour...

    0 by Atocar, 3 years ago
  • Tierra jewelery shop

    Hi guys, I just wanted to tell you one of my favourite places to buy jewellery while I am living here in Spain... I absolutely love everything in this store! Everything is hand made from the Canary Islands of Spain. Im doing shopping so often they all know me and told...

    0 by Melanie, 3 years ago
  • Plaza Mayor

    A nice place with a lot bars, tourists an local people. Yes, Plaza Mayor in the middle of Madrid, the capital of Spain. In summer a lot of colurs walking there, in winter some peoples in grey, some girls in pink and the rest people are in happy moments.Every sunday are...

    0 by Tiberius, 3 years ago

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