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Takos al Pastor: Let Them Eat Tacos!

Tacos, tortas, quesadillas, oh my! If you’re looking to eat cheap and eat well, Takos al Pastor is the place to go. We at Mad 4 Madrid like tacos. No really, we do. We’re always on the search for a new restaurant that has both great food and reasonable prices. Eating out in a restaurant should always be a pleasurable experience, and one that can be shared among friends, family and significant others. On that very note, there are few things more pleasurable than eating out, and coming home with a few euros left over in your wallet.

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What to Do and See in the Casa de Campo Madrid

Have you been to one of the largest and most beautiful urban parks in Europe? Lucky for you (and us) it’s located right here in Madrid! Casa de Campo is a wonderful natural oasis with tons of activities to do ranging from kayaking to mountain bike trails to a full-fledged theme park!

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Mastropiero: Gourmet Pizza Oasis

Pizza has got to be one of the most widely loved and delicious foods on the planet, coming in so many varieties that, dare I say it, it is an art form. That being said, it’s easy to mess up and hard to perfect, although not for this Italian-Argentine pizzeria.

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Spice Up Your Life: Where to Buy Spices and Legumes in Bulk

Spices can make or break a meal. Adding a bit of dried ginger, or parsley, or even turmeric can add that special touch that takes your food from blah to BAM! Also, if you’re a fan of the spice, and patatas bravas sauce just isn’t cutting it for you, you’re in luck! We’ve looked all around the city in order to find the best places to buy spices and legumes in bulk! We’re talking almonds, cashews, walnuts, pecans, oh my!

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What To Do During Semana Santa in Madrid

Just in case you can’t make it out of Madrid during Semana Santa doesn’t mean that you can’t still enjoy this magical time in Madrid, one of the most beautiful and lively cities in Europe! Semana Santa in Madrid isn’t just for those who are Catholic, but for people of all ages and creed.

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Valentine’s Day Playlist:

We’ve scoured the web to bring you our top song picks for Valentine’s Day. Which are your favorite?

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Things to Do in Madrid in Winter:

Lucky for us, the winters in Madrid aren’t as harsh as say, Chicago, or Boston for example. Although there’s not as much sunlight as we’d like, there are still plenty of things to do in this lovely city! Here are a few of our suggestions for plans this winter.

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Madrid: the flamenco capital

When we think of Spain, one of the first images that come to our mind is that of a group of artists playing and dancing flamenco. It is probably the most universal form of Spanish art, representing like no other the spirit of Spanish culture and people. Contrary to what most people think, the flamenco is not a gypsy art, although gypsy people learned to capture and convey the essence of flamenco, and that’s why they were also called “flamencos” in the past. There are gypsies in most European countries, but flamenco is performed by them only in Spain.

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La Bobia: Asturian Cuisine in La Latina

If you’re in La Latina, you can’t miss the twinkling lights of one very special restaurant. Make a pitstop and try delicious dishes from Asturias and beyond. Regional Spanish cuisine with a vintage Hollywood flair. Ding! Ding!

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007: 50 Years of James Bond Fashion

If you've ever looked at a Bond film and drooled a little because of all the sequins, glamour, and fashion, then we have the place for you. Check out the exhibit Diseñar 007 going on now until the end of August.

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