Get acquainted with some of the best artists who have worked in Spain, as well as other artists from across Europe. El Greco, Goya and Velazquez are all must-sees.
Every Sunday the Ribera de Curtidores transforms itself into a giant cauldron of curiosities. Antiques, Handicrafts, Clothing, Jewelry, Leather Goods.
Some of the paintings are so good that it is worth getting on a plane just to see them. Pablo Picasso's 'Guernica' showpiece.
Unlike Barcelona, Madrid can't offer a quick trip to the city's beach as an alternative to city life that revels in cool, green spaces and beautiful rose gardens.
The Matadero Madrid began its life as a slaughterhouse before being empty and abandoned for many years.
The Mercado de Anton Martin is one of the prime examples of the gastro markets trend in Madrid. Located a few meters from the intersection of the same name.
Enjoy nine themed rooms designed by some of Spain's most renowned creators, from graffiti artist Okuda to clothing designer Agatha Ruiz.
It is said that hunger sharpens our ability to create and innovate. And that appears to be what happened to a group of shoppers at the Mercado de Vallehermoso.
To dive into a pool of blue balls, To explore a room with infinity mirrors, To enjoy another room full of colorful confetti, To go to another room with bright neon lights.
San Guines has been serving chocolate and churros 24 hours a day since 1894. It uses a prepaid ticket system to accommodate late-night revelers.