Afternoon sun dapples trees in front of the Royal Palace in early Fall
By Chris Collins
It's been 210 years but the places of Madrid heroism are still there, very much alive and thriving. See them as they are today!
What the Madrileños were excited about in the New Year of 1987
We went to Villa Rosa, a tablao in Sol on a Thursday evening, none of us really knowing what to expect. The biggest thing I noticed about flamenco was not the dance itself but the attitude to the dance. It felt as though you could hear the passion in every step, clap and snap.
If you’re looking for a famously local Spanish treat to satisfy your sweet tooth, you should look no further than your nearest chocolatería!
"Whether you want something exciting, something cool and artistic, or just anything random like a shopaholic adventure, Madrid has it ALL"
“If summer has begun – and it officially began last 27 June – then MADO (Madrid Orgullo or Gay Pride) cannot be not on. It’s one of the most awaited celebrations of the year”
"Up there on the Faro, with panels that provide the visitors all the info they’ll need to know about the city that unfolds before their very eyes, Madrid shares with its visitors its treasured monuments"
“The students trooped to the plaza to celebrate the end of the old year and ring in the new which will not even begin until after the Reyes in 2016”