Why go to a bullfight when there are so many other things to do in Madrid? Daniel shares how he got over his squeamishness at the centuries-old ritual and learned to love “los toros”.
Anyone want some dessert? Spanish pastries might not be internationally famous, but they have a lot to offer madrileños with a sweet tooth–and there’s one for every major holiday!
Daniel Welsch has seen a lot of changes in his 10 years living in Madrid. In this piece, he tries to make sense of the new trends in the city and the ways that living abroad changes you, for better and worse.
Madrid’s Almudena Cemetery has more “residents” than the city itself, and visitors can get a taste of the city’s history if they’re willing to make the hike to La Elipa.
Get away from Madrid’s “three months of hell” in the mountains of Cercedilla.
Spanish is a Romance language so it’s only appropriate you learn it in bed. Here are a few more reasons why you should spark up a romance with a local.
Spain maybe divided but the one thing that brings all Spaniards together is El Gordo, the Christmas lottery that is considered the world’s largest.