Don’t be afraid to down a few glasses of Madrid’s tap water. It’s some of the best in Spain!
Getting a haircut in a foreign language can be an adventure, and leave you looking cartoonish. Should you try to be modernilla or stick with your style from back home? Cassandra Gambill reports.
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.
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.
The follow up to “4 Things I’ve learned about American culture while living in Spain” article.
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!
The contemporary art scene descends on Madrid for the third annual ArteMadrid festival, offering the chance to explore many of Madrid’s galleries for free.