Madrid is a pretty kid-friendly place compared to most other cosmopolitan cities. Inside this section you’ll discover new things to do with kids and read about practical issues like bilingualism and the school system.
Taking your little ones to Madrid’s markets and letting them choose which seasonal fruit or vegetable to try is one way to teach them healthy eating habits.
Madrid might not be the most dog-friendly city in the world but having a dog in the city is more than manageable if you’re a dedicated dog lover.
Now that your kid’s out of diapers, you have a new challenge: how to use Madrid’s not so child-friendly public bathrooms with your potty trained toddler.
Are you always dreading the regular visit to have Sunday lunch and sobremesa with your suegros? Here are some tips to help you smooth over relations.
Raising your kids in a foreign country might sometimes leave you feeling a little isolated. Where can you go to meet people in similar situations? And who’s going to look after the kids!? Playgroups are a great way to get both things done.
Swimming has always been a great way for the whole family to keep fit, from nursery kids to granny and granpa. Here’s how even the smallest members of the family can join in.
Want to get your toddler moving to a beat? Madrid’s got a few music and dance classes for the little ones.