Author and Madrid historian Jules Stewart understands that monuments don’t make this city, it’s the people. His book unveils Madrid’s history and culture.
Foreigners in Madrid often bemoan Spanish bureaucracy but the locals handle it with ease. Why is that? History bears out the Spanish invented red tape.
A collection of stunning cinemagraphs — still photos with a touch of motion — shot around Madrid during the summer.
Spain’s culture of small draft beers gets an upgrade with the advent of the artisan beers in Madrid.
Ellie Baker, an expat from the UK, opened a smart British bar in Madrid’s trendy Chueca area and serves some of the best gin tonics in the capital.
Matthew Scott talks about his restaurant, Gumbo, and adapting world-famous New Orleans cuisine to the Spanish palette without compromising authenticity.
Disappointed with desserts in Madrid, Jennifer Bardier and her husband, Constantino, set up Wicked Sweet to show Madrileños what a brownie really is.