Posts with category Guías Madrid

Shopping and fun with some history. The Mercado de Motores

By | 28 April, 2015 | 0 comments

Mercado de MotoresThe Mercado de Motores market is back again this year in the Railway Museum in Madrid. It is a unique occasion to enjoy some special shopping in a setting filled with history, the history of Spanish transport and communication.

With just a few years of experience behind it, this market that is once again taking place in the Spanish capital’s Railway Museum, Read full article

Art is out on the street this spring

By | 16 April, 2015 | 0 comments

Madrid Street Art Project

With the warm spring temperatures and the sun making regular appearances, everyone wants to get out on the street and plans multiply themselves, whether they are cultural, leisure, drinks on a terrace… any excuse is a good one so you can get some sun in after a long winter. Because days are longer, you can now enjoy a late afternoon on a nice terrace having a cool drink and, Read full article

Madrid through the eyes of Luis Gutiérrez Soto

By | 31 January, 2015 | 0 comments

Edificio Callao

Luis Gutiérrez Soto (1900-1977) was one of the most prolific architects of his time and although his name might be unknown to many, without him Madrid would not have the urban landscape that it has now. Up to 650 architectural projects carry his signature, most of them in our city.

Of a rationalist style and belonging to the Generation of ‘25, Read full article

Park of El Retiro: 6 must-sees

By | 29 July, 2014 | 0 comments

If you come to Madrid, especially when the weather is nice, we recommend that you reserve at least one afternoon to visit the park of El Retiro. Here you can sunbathe, enjoy a stroll, go on a boat and see many different street artists, from puppeteers to musicians of all kinds, as well as jugglers and clowns. Read full article

Shows for children in Madrid

By | 6 June, 2014 | 0 comments

Madrid con niños

If you come to Madrid with children, they will love having a couple of afternoons just for them. So many museums, day trips and walks deserve a prize!

In Madrid there are many things to do with children. As well as enjoying the Teleférico (cable car) and the Zoo, all year long you can find theatre shows just for children, Read full article

Bridges of Madrid

By | 20 February, 2014 | 0 comments

1) Puente Segovia
The oldest bridge that crosses the Manzanares river, dating back to the period of King Felipe II. The king ordered one of favourite engineers to carry out the job, Don Juan de Herrera, who he also entrusted with other constructions such as the monastery of El Escorial and the palace of Aranjuez, among many others. Read full article

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