All polls point to a coalition of parties ruling the region! Guess which!!
Manuel de la Mata, a world-famous painter who was caught in Madrid when the pandemic broke out and has been here ever since, keeps quite busy. He decided to pay special tribute to the three young men who own El Brote, one of the smallest and indeed one of the best restaurants in Madrid. Following the artist's special five-layer technique, the now completed painting hangs in a place of honor in the restaurant, and the owners are delighted that their culinary-entrepreneurial savvy has inspired the amazing work of art.
El Brote is not a vegetarian restaurant as such. The daily hand-written menu focuses on all kinds of very fresh mushrooms and other natural produce but meat and chicken are included in the dishes too, creating a unique cuisine that respects the profound essence of each ingredient
It isn't that Madrid is Spain's greatest bike city. Valencia is a bigger pedal pusher. But Madrid is getting there!
The tweets speak of the local police's professionalism, dedication, and empathy. Take a peek at the cops' labor and soul. Read!
It's the Chinese Year of the Ox and you might want to celebrate the new year feasting on fine Chinese cuisine. At the China Crown Restaurant, for example, where the elegant decor evokes an air of distinction fit for the Imperial Chinese dishes that are the hallmark of this restaurant in Barrio Salamanca.
Madrid is a city that screams romance all 365 days of the year, but more so in the one special night devoted to celebrating love. And so we are presenting to you our A-list of restaurants perfect for that lovely celebration in the company of your loved one!
If you’re looking to escape from the habitual grim, enjoy a spot of bright life to celebrate Valentine’s Day, and come to Madrid, you’ll find yourself celebrating with kindred spirits. Madrileños will fiesta at the drop of a hat. You’d better be warned, though, that most of these fiesteros don’t take kindly to those who break the rules against the spread of the coronavirus.
It isn't that very long ago (till 1975) when Spain, a country smack-bang in the middle of Europe, was under an "evangelical" dictatorship. GUIDEPOST was there to cover events in full view of the eagle eye of the ferocious press censorship. We had quite a few brushes with that censorship. But it seems we were savvy enough to navigate the treacherous waters without capsizing because we're still here, nearly half a century later, now under a refreshing democracy!