Bored of tapas? Fed up with wandering round the Retiro? Sick of the Prado? If so, why not try something a little different?
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.
In Madrid, you can stumble upon something new everyday. But why stumble when you can hunt? Geocaching is a new way to discover Madrid.
This is not karaoke. It’s Anti-Karaoke, where regular people are transformed into rockstars for one crazy night.
Tiny streets, unaware drivers and hostile pedestrians make Madrid a tough city to get around on bicycle, but with a little bit of patience, it can be done.