Whatever article guiding you through Madrid’s Malasaña you manage to find, all of them seem to be using and reusing the word “hip”. Well, as much as we tried, we are not going to be different, as that’s exactly what Malasaña is – hip, trendy, and alternative neighbourhood in the Spanish capital!
February in Madrid might still be off-season, yet it can be fully considered the month of culture due to various festivals, celebrations, and fairs taking place here. Compared to other European cities, the winter in Madrid is quite mild, and if you layer a bit more, you will be able to enjoy Madrid to the fullest. If you do get cold though, there is a great traditional way to warm up. Read on and find out what it is!
We cannot be the only ones getting excited about Christmas as soon as it’s December, can we? Add visiting the capital of Spain to that and it’s definitely a happiness overload! Though quite cold, but sunny and bright, the crisp Madrid weather actually boosts the Christmas mood. Our suggestion – layer some warm clothes and go discover the city glowing with Christmas spirit!
Northeast from the center of Madrid lies the Salamanca district. As each of the districts is unique in its´own way, this district is considered to be the capital´s luxurious, fancy and exclusive area, offering the best of the best in everything, whether it’s boutiques, restaurants, museums or historical buildings.