The largest city and the capital of Spain is just as much on top when it comes to places to dine in. From three-Michelin-star fine dining tasting menus, including some avant-garde combinations of taste to rustic and home-like Spanish cuisine, to Asian fusion – Madrid is definitely the place that has it all.
The beginning of the low season is the perfect time to visit Madrid. The weather is just right for sightseeing, the beautiful autumn colors, ranging from greens to yellows and reds make it even better. Also, the capital of Spain can offer various festivals during the month of October, so check out this guide of October in Madrid and prepare to experience the best of Madrid this autumn beginning!
Chamberí is a district that borders the city center to the Southwest and barrio Salamanca to the East. As most of the residents here are locals, the real spirit of Madrid threads its way to every corner. Chamberí is even described as “castizo”, which means a classic and traditional district in the city. Welcome to Chamberí if you need an authentic and calm area that has everything nearby.
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