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Discover Madrid and its cultural highlights with an Escort
Madrid is the capital of one of the most dynamic countries in Europe. Madrid is the city that never sleeps, full of culture and spirit. Spain as a country has its very own cultural identity. Spanish culture is complex, diverse and very regional. Each region of Spain such as Catalonia, Galicia, the Basque provinces and Andalusia has its own history, dialect, culture and identity.
In Madrid – and throughout Spain – the fiery flamenco dance is one of the oldest, richest and most elaborate traditions. In the bars, nightclubs and tablaos, as the flamenco venues are called throughout the country, tourists regularly encounter couples dancing this enduring symbol of Madrid. The beauty and exhilaration of this fast-paced dance, featuring bailaoras, cantaores, palmeros and talented guitarists, is hard to resist.
Probably nowhere else in the world is bullfighting as important and revered as in the capital Madrid. As the weather warms up in mid to late March, the Plaza de las Ventas is once again transformed into a huge venue for some of the world’s most exciting and best-attended bullfights – a sport known locally as corridas.
Music festivals in Madrid
Who says there are no music festivals in Madrid? Mad Cool, Mulafest, Download Festival and almost every year new ones are added to the list, performing all year round throughout the region and bringing together musicians from different genres and eras. From huge stadiums to intimate theatres to botanical gardens, the venues are as diverse as the styles of music. Make a note of these top music festivals with your Escort in Madrid, mark your calendars and secure your tickets early!
Reina Sofía National Art Museum
With 20,000 works in its permanent collection, the Reina Sofía is a must-see for art lovers and, along with the Prado and Thyssen-Bornemisza museums, an essential part of Madrid’s art triangle. Spanish artists are strongly represented in the collection, and Picasso, Miró, Julio González and Dalí have their own rooms. More recently, works by important foreign artists have also been included.
The museum’s showpiece is “Guernica”, Picasso’s passionate denunciation of war and fascism. The museum also has a packed events programme and a first-class café-restaurant in NuBel, in case you’ve worked up an appetite after all that browsing.
Spanish cuisine is European and distinctly Mediterranean. Seafood and pork are very popular in Spanish cuisine. Many dishes are sautéed or fried in olive oil, which is a staple of Spanish cuisine. Breakfast is very light or not eaten at all. Lunch, called comida (not almuerzo), is considered the main meal of the day and is taken around 2:30 pm.
In the middle of the day, families often meet at home to eat together, chat and have their siesta. For lunch, you either go home or arrange with your host family to pack a lunch. If you choose to eat out occasionally, almost every restaurant offers this meal as part of a menú del día, which includes a first and second course, bread, wine and coffee, and dessert.
Dinner is taken around 10pm – be prepared for the late hour when dining out with your Escort in Madrid. Dinner is very small, usually a Spanish omelette and yoghurt or soup.
The best shopping in Madrid
The city is full of small designer boutiques, well-known retailers and large shopping centres. In Madrid, shopping is never far away. There is nothing you can’t buy in Madrid! There are countless shopping streets in the city, each with its own unique character, where you can find everything you are looking for. Here are some of the best places to shop in Madrid:
The Gran Vía area is one of the liveliest parts of the city centre and is great for shopping, eating out or going to a bar. Here you will find all the major Spanish brands, including Zara, Stradivarius, Massimo Dutti and the wonderful El Corte Ingles department stores’, located near Callao Square. El Corte Ingles sells a wide range of products, from computers and phones to hats, shoes and gourmet food.
El Corte Inglés
Spain’s most famous department stores’, El Corte Inglés isn’t just a place to buy the usual designer fashions, kitchen appliances and electronics. Head to the top floor of the monolithic flagship in Plaza del Callao, and you’ll discover a bustling indoor/outdoor food court and a gourmet eatery where you can track down hard-to-find ingredients for your menu and grab a bite while you’re at it. Be sure to also visit the rooftop bar with your VIP Escort Madrid.
Calle Serrano is the more upscale, genteel version of Gran Vía. Here you will find the flagships of Luis Vuitton, Gucci or the famous Spanish fashion designers Agata Ruiz de la Prada and Roberto Verino. Even the architecture of the 5-storey Zara shop is unique. The shop is located in a renovated building from the 1920s.
Callejón de Jorge Juan
This small cul-de-sac begins on Calle Jorge Juan between Calle Lagasca and Calle Claudio Coello. Here you can experience the real Madrid, far from the global brands you find in the streets of every big city. This street is lined with small boutiques of Spanish and international designers such as Robert Clergerie, Isabel Marant or Angel Schlesser.
This Galician designer’s shops are ubiquitous in Spain, and his beautifully tailored clothes are a staple in the wardrobes of many forty-somethings. He is best known for his beautiful suits, which feature classic lines, soft neutral colours and flattering cuts. His high-quality materials are durable and easy to mix and match. For younger customers, the newer Linea U line offers much fresher and funkier designs. It is aimed at urban twenty- to thirty-somethings who are on the move: expect lots of slightly quirky shoes, denim and asymmetrical skirts with interesting prints.
Experience the famous nightlife with Escort
You’ve probably heard stories about the nightlife in Madrid. Clubs that don’t open until midnight and close at breakfast time. Bars that tempt you with spectacular cocktails and delicious food. With so many great things to do in Madrid, you might think you’re too tired to go out after 11pm. But you shouldn’t miss out on that with your escort in Madrid. Here, nightlife is as much a part of the tourist experience as visiting the famous museums, lingering in the restaurants or lounging on a sunny terrace with a cold beer.
Madrid’s most famous cocktail bar opened in the 1930s and still retains much of its original décor. On one side are mirrored alcoves, on the other a long bar and bottle-green leather club chairs. Ernest Hemingway was a regular here, as were Ava Gardner, Gregory Peck, Frank Sinatra, Sophia Loren and Luis Buñuel, who was very particular about his dry martini. Today, the place is a hip spot for after-dinner drinks with DJs spinning R&B music, but the glamour – and the classic cocktail menu – remain. Maybe you’ll see a famous face.
Stay up late with a cocktail menu voted the best in Spain at the 2018 Coaster Awards. Diego Cabrera offers a variety of classic cocktails, his own creations and new combinations developed with Pepe Orts, the country’s greatest botanist. For the little hunger in between, there is a whole range of delicious small dishes. And in the comfortable seats, informal surroundings and 1960s-style décor, time flies by.
If you’re looking for a nightclub with a more intimate, authentic atmosphere, head to Marula Cafe. This long-established hotspot in La Latina has been popular with locals and visitors alike for years. The playlist of the hottest international hits offers a pleasantly surprising musical variety. The place also has one of the best outdoor terraces in Madrid, making it a particularly good choice on balmy summer nights.
Palacio De Gaviria
Have you ever relaxed in a palace salon? Then here’s your chance to do just that! This is a 19th century palace in Madrid that has been converted into a nightclub. The interesting thing is that it has kept its palatial features such as ceiling frescoes and other baroque elements, so you feel like you are partying in a palace. If you’re wondering about Madrid’s weekday nightlife, we can tell you that the nightclub holds special nights for foreigners on Thursdays. So don’t forget to visit the club!
This flamenco centre is undeniably popular with tourists, but the artists who perform here are the best in Spain. The front, tiled bar and restaurant area, where you can order tapas to share, is Andalusian, but it’s in the simple back room – the tablao – that the magic happens. Performances by guitarists, singers and dancers start at 10.30pm; there’s also an 8pm show on Fridays and Saturdays, as these are the busiest nights. Also check the programme for events in the Sala García Lorca upstairs.