What to do in Madrid, Spain
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Spain's new normal is here and with the lockdown regulations becoming more relaxed across the country, Madrid's parks are filling up with locals and visitors once again.
Spain’s coronavirus crisis sees yet another cultural victim with the cancellation of Madrid’s famous “Feria del Libro” which was due to take place in May. The 79th edition of the event will now take place in the autumn with the provisional dates of 2nd - 18th October in Madrid’s Retiro park.
Spain’s usually busy streets and bustling landmarks have come to a standstill after the Spanish government imposed a nationwide lockdown in a bid to contain the coronavirus epidemic that is turining into one of the worst in Europe's history.
Torre Caleido, also known as "the 5th tower" is the newest addition to the skyline in Madrid. The impressive tower is due to be finished by the end of 2020 and details are being released of what the building will used for.
Madrid's main square, Puerta del Sol, will be entirely pedestrianised from the year 2021, as confirmed by the mayor of the capital, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, accompanied by the deputy mayor, Begoña Villacís; MP, Paloma García Romero and the local council chairman, José Fernández.
The Ritz, one of the most luxurious and famous hotels in Madrid will reopen its doors this summer, renamed the Mandarin Oriental Ritz.
Expats from all over the world living in Barcelona and Madrid and visitors just passing through are discovering a new type of social event that is revolutionising both travel and meetups in Spain’s two biggest cities.
Pride 2019 is nearly upon us and Spain is busy putting on its best rainbow-coloured party clothes to celebrate. If you’re looking for gay hotels in Madrid or LGBT accommodation in Barcelona, we’ve got you covered with this quick and handy guide to where to stay in Spain in gay friendly places.
The Wanda Metropolitano football stadium in Madrid will host the Champions League final 2019 between Liverpool and Tottenham on Saturday 1st June. Some 34,000 British fans are expected to travel to Madrid for the weekend of 1st and 2nd June, plus another 29,000 tickets that UEFA has.
Gay Pride in Madrid 2019 When: 28th June 2019 – 7th July 2019 Where: Madrid, Spain Website: gomadridpride. com
Madrid Easter week 2019 When: 14th – 21st April 2019 Where: Madrid, Spain Website: www. esmadrid. com
If you are a foodie and an adventurous person or just love to try new dishes and experience new types of cuisine, you are overdue a visit to one of the best Portuguese restaurants in the Spanish capital.