Bored of tapas? Fed up with wandering round the Retiro? Sick of the Prado? If so, why not try something a little different?
Who hasn’t once thought about learning a little bit about the stars? Madrid’s got a fantastic planetarium with courses for you armchair astronomers!
Conde Duque, with its recently renovated cultural center and cozy terraza-covered plazas, is Madrid’s next up and coming neighborhood.
Sure, Madrid’s got Parque Retiro, Casa de Campo and all that to escape into for your nature fix, but it’s also got a budding urban gardening movement.
A gin tonic might seem like a simple drink but the choices of gins and garnishes is huge. Learn how to make a gin tonic that suits your style at a workshop.
If the Jamaicans can have a bobsled team, Madrileños can have surfers! The first surf school in Madrid proves that the secanos can ride the waves.
Shooting photos on film may be a lost art, but in Madrid, the analog camera movement and community piques interest with free camera rental service.
The Rave Market is more than a secondhand market and show — it’s a community gathering to opt out of traditional consumerism.