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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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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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Mérimée, A Breath of Fresh Air on Fuencarral

This restaurant works for any occasion, any time and with whomever you want! It fits into any plans. The price is just right. We love the latest restaurant on Fuencarral: Mérimée.

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La Caleta Taberna Gaditana: Cadiz in the Capital

La Caleta Gaditana is a piece of Cadiz right in the center of Madrid. The food is typical of Andalucia down to the cucuruchos and cazón adobo!

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