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The frozen life of house museums

By | 15 July, 2015 | 0 comments

Casa Museo Lope Vega


When referring to frozen, we weren’t talking about the air-conditioning inside these houses but rather about the fact that time seems to have stood still whenever we enter them. They all exhibit items that were there when their illustrious owners lived inside, everyday objects that stand still as time goes by, impregnated by their owner’s soul. Read full article

Three Excellent Plays in Madrid

By | 2 June, 2015 | 0 comments

BurundangaThere is still time -until late June- to see one of the most outstanding and surprising plays in recent years, considered by many a risky montage and hilarious by others. We are talking about Burundanga, a comedy that after its success in Teatro Maravillas has now moved to Teatro Lara (Corredera Baja de San Pablo, Read full article

Ponzano Street will seduce you

By | 3 April, 2015 | 0 comments

LambuzoThere are streets in Madrid that are worth telling in a special chapter. Calle Echegaray, Calle Santa Isabel, Calle Hortaleza… and Calle Ponzano. Located in the Chamberí district, in the last few months it has become a place for food and drink pilgrimage thanks to its variety in bars and restaurants, all of them very attractive and very close to each other. Read full article

Some Good Gigs

By | 15 March, 2015 | 0 comments

Conciertos Madrid

Fancy some good live music? Here are a few clues so you can enjoy the best rock music in Madrid. We start with a classic Spanish pop-rock act, Revolver, lead by Carlos Goñi, who will perform at La Riviera on March 26th, with tickets costing 25€ each. It is a more discreet option if we compare it to the presence of Robbie Williams, Read full article

A Night of Musicals in Madrid

By | 1 September, 2014 | 0 comments

musical-madridGran Vía is our own Broadway, an avenue dedicated to fashion, theatre and great musicals which, for many years, especially in the stretch closest to Plaza de España, offer great shows. Let’s discover some of them.

One of the most emblematic ones is The Lion King, which occupies a prominent place in Madrid’s musical programme, Read full article

Paella in Madrid

By | 13 May, 2014 | 0 comments

PaellaThe star dish of Valencia’s gastronomy is also served in Madrid, because Madrid is a melting pot of all the different parts of Spain when it comes to food. In the early 20th century there was an ‘invasion’ of Basque and Catalan restaurants in the city, as Catalan writer Josep Pla remembers in his Madrid diary: “The Basques have two monopolies in Madrid: the banks and the restaurants”. Read full article