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Madrid Food and Drink Tours for Every Budget

It’s true: one of the best ways to get to know a city or country is through their food! Food is a powerful tool that cultures use to share their past, present and future! Madrid is absolutely delicious, and if you want to have an authentic experience, it’s best to start with your stomach! Best case scenario, you won’t break your wallet at the same time!

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La Musa de Espronceda: Pinxtos and Tapas in the Heart of Madrid

This pinxtos and tapas bar, which shares the name of Spanish artist José de Espronceda, has been on Calle Santa Isabela since the beginning of the XIX century. Looking to tick ‘tapas’ off your Spain bucket list? This is the place for you.

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Best Rooftop Bars in Madrid

Rooftop bars in Madrid are a way of life. It’s all the rage during the Spring and Summer months. Grab a drink, and a spot near the edge and pass the evening laughing, sipping and taking in the views! The view from above is absolutely stunning! Here are our Top 5 Rooftop bars in Madrid. And you, don’t worry at all, we made sure to try every single one on the list to make sure that we’re only offering the best!

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The best torrijas of Madrid (typical Easter sweet in Spain)

The torrijas are the most typical sweet on Easter season in Spain. There are a lot of bakeries and restaurants that serve them but it is not easy to find the best. Here we collect the best six.

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A Stroll down Calle Serrano: What to See and Eat on Serrano

Calle Serrano is a bustling street in the heart of Madrid’s most posh district: Barrio de Salamanca. Named in honor of Francisco Serrano, a famed nineteen-century military and political figure, the street offers high-end shopping, designer boutiques, cultural sites, brilliant architecture and so much more! This prominent district begins at Independence Square, where the monument Puerta de Alcala stands. Independence Square is within steps from Parque del Retiro, making it some of the most sought after real estate in Madrid.

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Cervezas la Virgen: Natural, Authentic and Locally Brewed Beer in Madrid

After Mad4Madrid had the pleasure of visiting the new and improved Cervezas La Virgen in Las Rozas we were so impressed we just had to share. Fantastic local beer, flame-grilled hamburgers, and some of the best chips we’ve ever tasted! Ready?

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Encyclopedia of Traditional Spanish Christmas Sweets

Is it your first time spending Christmas in Spain? We have delicious and rich gastronomy and as you already may know, during the holiday season the sweets multiply ten-fold! You won’t get tired of eating them this holiday season, and just so that you don’t get too confused, we’ve compiled the major ones into this brief encyclopedia!

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Calle San Millán, Duque de Alba and Plaza del Cascorro: top trending streets in La Latina

La Latina is growing into a trendy neighborhood with everything from clubs, to cultural spaces, but it’s still the food that draws the crowds. In this article we take you down some of out favourite streets: San Millán, Duque de Alba and Plaza del Cascorro Street.

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