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Renaissance in Madrid: Its Origins and Fra Angelico

By | 21 May, 2019 | 0 comments

La Anunciación de Fra Angelico

Car Brandon Strehlke, curator emeritus of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, has commissioned an exhibition that will transport us back in time. You don’t have to travel to Italy to study the Florentine Renaissance, as Madrid has an exhibition that will captivate many visitors. The exposition revolves around the years 1420-1430 with special attention to the painter Fra Angelico, Read full article

Categories: Exposiciones Madrid

Museum Day (DIM) 2019

By | 14 May, 2019 | 0 comments

Día de los Museos (DIM) 2019

Like every year, May 18th is the International Museum Day. It was created by the International Council of Museums in 1977 to encourage culture and the role of museums in societal development. Last year, 40,000 museums in 158 countries participated in the event through special activities and free admission. This year, Read full article

Categories: Exposiciones Madrid

Global Robot Expo 2019

By | 8 May, 2019 | 0 comments

Global Robot Expo 2019

During the first days of May, the much-awaited fourth edition of the Global Robot Expo (GR-EX) arrives in Madrid. This exhibition is aimed at professionals from the Robotics Service industry, Logistics, Artificial Intelligence, Drones and Aerospace Sector. This year the Global Robot Expo will show the latest advances in Artificial Intelligence (Deep Learning, Read full article

Categories: Eventos Madrid

Painters’ Market

By | 1 May, 2019 | 0 comments

Mercadillo de Pintores

Madrid is a city with a wide range of museums: it has more than 40 museums for every occasion. In addition to this great variety, like so many other great cities in Europe, it offers a painters’ square to enjoy local art outdoors. Taller Abierto, the Madrid painters’ cultural association, holds a collective exhibition of uncovered paintings every Sunday at the Plaza del Conde de Barajas.  Read full article

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Madrid by bike: 5 routes for cyclists

By | 24 April, 2019 | 0 comments

With the arrival of spring, one of the best ways to enjoy Madrid and its good weather is with bike tours. We recommend 5 routes for bike enthusiasts in Madrid:

1. Madrid Rio

Madrid has a wonderful boulevard that runs along the Manzanares River and has many points of interest for anyone visiting Madrid. Read full article

Categories: Actividades, Excursiones

Exhibition from Chagall to Malévich

By | 17 April, 2019 | 0 comments

Exposición de Chagall a Malévich en Fundación MAPFRE

The Grimaldi Forum of Monaco and the MAPFRE Foundation organized an exhibition called from Chagall to Malévich: Art in Revolution. This exhibition pays tribute to these modern artists from Russia who experienced first hand the revolution of October 1917.

The exhibition is aimed at showing the revolution that Russia underwent at the beginning of the 20th century, Read full article

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Easter in Madrid 2019: tradition and music

By | 10 April, 2019 | 0 comments

Semana Santa en Madrid

From Sunday 14 to 21 April 2019, Madrid fills its streets with devotion to the Holy Week. However, the calendar of activities is not restricted to religious festivities but includes processions, concerts, and seasonal gastronomy.

The main star of these dates is music. In the Pontifical Basilica of San Miguel, Read full article

Categories: Eventos Madrid, Puerta del Sol

Alternative Madrid: 10 places not everyone knows in Madrid (part 2)

By | 3 April, 2019 | 0 comments

Puente Monumental de la Arganzuela

Continuing with the countdown from the previous article on Alternative Madrid: 10 places not everyone knows in Madrid (part 1), here are the other five places you can’t miss.

  1. Botín Restaurant

According to the Guinness Book of Records, it is the oldest restaurant in the world and Forbes ranks it number 3 in classic restaurants. Read full article

Categories: Guías Madrid, Ocio en Madrid

Alternative Madrid: 10 places not everyone knows in Madrid (part 1)

By | 27 March, 2019 | 0 comments

Ermita de San Antonio de la Florida

Madrid is renowned for its famous museums, large and small streets with emblematic architecture and squares full of typical bars. However, this city goes beyond these fashionable spaces. Here are 10 places in Madrid that are the best kept secrets of the locals.

  1. Debod Temple

Near Plaza España and a few minutes from our hotel, Read full article

Categories: Guías Madrid, Ocio en Madrid

The feminine seams of Spanish fashion

By | 20 March, 2019 | 0 comments

Las costuras femeninas de la moda de España

At the National Museum of Decorative Arts, and until March 31, 2019, you can enjoy the exhibition Women’s Seams in Spanish Fashion 1930 – 2018. This exhibition is the result of collaboration between the Museum, the EFE Agency and the Association of Fashion Creators in Spain (ACME) and seeks to represent the evolution of Spanish women from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day. Read full article

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