The old Madrid is fading as it turns itself into a European capital with sushi bars and hipster cafés. Experience castizo or genuine Madrid while you can.
In Spain, the aperitivo is something more than just a little bite to whet your appetite: it’s a social event. Surprise!
Have you noticed all the “Made in Spain” taglines on the local ads for cars, household appliances and even chocolate? It’s Spain’s go at brand awareness.
La Paloma is Madrid’s best fiesta for its intensity and sheer fun with thousands of people crowding the streets ordering drinks from sidewalk counters.
Spanish wine is dominated by Rioja, Ribera del Duero and Rueda, but Madrid’s appellation, D.O. Vinos de Madrid, has prize-winning wines as well.
Madrid is well known as a party capital. So why is Madrid’s feast day so toned down compared with other Spanish cities like Pamplona and Valencia?
What’s it like being neighbors with the Spanish? An insider’s look into la comunidad, or apartment building association in Spain.