Tag Archive: Madrid

5 special places in Madrid I can’t wait to visit again

It’s been a tough couple of months since we last were able to move freely around here in Madrid. Two months since we could do what we wanted and when we wanted to.… Continue reading

Love squirrels? Then you will go nuts for these photos from around Europe!

You know how squirrels are known to collect a stash of nuts for worse times? Well, that’s exactly how I feel about my large archive of travel photos these days. It is my… Continue reading

15 special spots I dream myself back to while being locked down

It has currently been more than three weeks since I left the building where I live here in Madrid. The current Coronavirus lock-down restrictions have made me a “prisoner” in my own home,… Continue reading

Madrid: 3 amazing spots near the Legazpi metro station

The very core of Madrid naturally attracts most of the tourists, but there are really nice areas to be found just a short metro ride from downtown. One of these is the area… Continue reading

Travelooney’s Best of 2019

The end of the year is a time for reflection – also when it comes to travel memories. It’s been a couple of years since I first selected the winners of Travelooney’s Random… Continue reading

15 European Christmas cities and what you shouldn’t miss

Europe is a fairytale at Christmas-time and whether you’re a big fan of Christmas or not, the twinkling lights and the smell of warm wine and roasted almonds bring atmosphere into the dark… Continue reading

Sheep & The City – 1900 animals herded through the heart of Madrid

There is always something going on in Madrid. The list is endless and with a ton of weekly, monthly and annual events in the capital, it’s impossible to keep up with it all.… Continue reading

MadrEAT – A street food feast between office towers

Amidst towering office buildings, apartment complexes and huge shopping malls, I follow the scents and the sounds of sizzling food that leads me to the tree-covered Plaza de Azca. It is just off of… Continue reading

Café del Art – a unique café experience in Madrid

Wow! Stepping into Café del Art from Plaza de Cascorro in Madrid‘s La Latina neighbourhood, the visual impression blew me away immediately. I had seen the café featured on a blog the day… Continue reading

Pinta Malasaña is Madrid’s biggest urban arts festival

As if Madrid‘s hipster hot neighbourhood of Malasaña wasn’t already cool enough, every year it gets a new colourful boost during the city’s biggest urban arts festival, Pinta Malasaña (Paint Malasaña). And this year,… Continue reading