Museo del Traje (fashion) in Madrid!

At first, the Museo del Traje de Madrid might sound like some kind of costume museum, but in reality it is more of museum dedicated to the evolution of Spanish fashion. It’s a relatively young institution, founded in 2004 and…

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13 Great Terraces for Cocktails & Food!

Madrid is meant to be experienced from a table, under the sun, with a good drink! A great way to ensure that you’re still getting the most of your experience here is to take advantage of the city’s hidden gems…

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5 Hot Jazz Clubs in Madrid

If you’ve learned anything from going out in Madrid you probably understand just how trendy, vibrant, and alive the city can be as music can be heard all over the streets regardless of if it’s 15:00 or 6:00. The music…

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Exploring Marbella

The sunny, seaside haven of Marbella has been the host to many civilizations, but it’s arguable that the Moors left the biggest footprint in this city. Originally named Marbal-La, this current tourist attraction was once an influential port in the…

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Exploring Cádiz

Located in the southwestern part of Andalucía, Cádiz is one of the oldest cities in Spain. Unlike many cities, Cádiz has preserved its older part of the city while strategically weaving the newer parts into the city’s structure. The dynamic…

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Exploring Málaga

With traces of its first inhabitants being over 2,800 years old, Málaga is on the list of one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. From Phoenician, Roman, Germanic, Visigothic, and Arab rules, this region has experienced a…

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Exploring Granada

Next to the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Granada was known as the last Muslim Kingdom of Spain in the 11th century. During the fall of the Moorish reign, residents from Cordoba and Seville sought haven in the city from the ever-growing…

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Exploring Córdoba

Our exploration into the once Islamic Empire of Al-Andalus must begin with its most important city, Córdoba. As the capital of the region during the 8th century, this city quickly flourished from its economical and agricultural infrastructure. With such accrued…

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Aranjuez & Chinchón- Our Royal Spanish Trip

Victoria Moraru – Saturday, 1st of October  at 8:45 AM When your busy week finally ends it is definitely time to relax. And what can be better than taking a break and travelling on a short trip during the weekend? On this Saturday I…

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Botellón – Drinking in public in Madrid

Botellón is the Spanish version of a “pre-drink”. It typically takes place at night time when people meet at a public place in order to drink outside before heading for a night club. It is especially popular with the younger…

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