March 2016 is going to be another great month in Madrid, With two different home-games in the Champions league at home it is going to be a very exciting month.
Real Madrid and Atletico will play 2 league games, and one Champions League at home during the month March. Will they make it to the next round in the Champions League ? We will all find out during this month.
Real Madrid – Celta Vigo 05/03/2016
Real Madrid – Roma 08/03/2016
Real Madrid – Sevilla 20/03/2016
Atletico Madrid – Real sociedad 01/03/2016
Atletico Madrid – Deportivo la coruna 12/03/2016
Atletico Madrid – PSV 15/03/2016
Vivancos – Born to dance.
The Vivancos group has created a new show which is called : ¨born to dance¨ which is an impressive mixture of Metal, Martial arts and Flamenco. The group is already on tour for nine years and has visited more than 200 cities in 35 different countries, with 900 performances seen by two million people, these seven artists are closing a stage of their lives with another show.
The shows will take place at ¨Teatro de la Luz Philips¨ from Tuesdays to Sundays. From 12 April to 2 May
You can find more informations about there shows in Madrid their website
The work of Ingres, only seemingly rooted in Academic painting, undoubtedly constitutes an important forerunner of the late 19th- and early 20th-century artistic revolutions. The heir to Raphael and Poussin, Ingres’ work anticipates both Picasso and anatomical distortion in art, inspiring the revitalisation of the 19th-century European art schools, particularly the Spanish.
The exhibition to be shown at the Museo del Prado in 2015, which has benefitted from the special collaboration of the Musée du Louvre, offers a precise chronological presentation of Ingres’ work but will also pay particular attention to his complex relationship with portraiture (characterised byhis simultaneous rejection and admiration for it), which will be juxtaposed with his ongoing aim of being primarily recognised as a history painter.
you can find more information about the exhibition at the website of the museum del Prado
Paella Cooking class
Prepare and enjoy your own paella guided by a local chef through a hands-on 4-hour cooking class. You will start this experience by visiting the nearby market where you will buy all the necessary ingredients and after the lesson, flavour your own creation as your guide gives you hints and tips on Spanish gastronomy.
· Perfect for all ages and skill level
· Family friendly
· Vegetarian meal option available
· Led by a local guide
What You Can Expect
Make your way to the cooking school where this activity takes place. This centre's main goal is to make all visitors learn how to prepare well known Spanish dishes through hands-on cooking classes performed in the centre of Madrid with the supervision of professional chefs.
All meals will be prepared in teams of two people, under the guidance of a local guide that speaks English and requires no previous cooking experience.
Once the dishes and drinks have been finished you will have time to enjoy them together with the other travellers for lunch as you talk about your Spanish travel experiences and learn hints from your guide to continue your Madrid experience. You will be able to repeat these delicacies back home as you will be handed out copies of these dishes's recipes.
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