Category Archive: Madrid

New in Madrid: the Norman Foster Foundation

As of June in Madrid, there will soon be yet another cultural attraction. To an offering that includes the famous Prado and Thyssen-Bornemisza museum, as well as a wide array of lesser-known centers for contemporary culture, collaborative creativity, and public art, we can add the Norman Foster Foundation. It’s an intriguing place that aims to […]

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Gastrofestival: A delicious time to visit Madrid

Madrid is a one of the great cities of the world, with a wealth of museums, shopping, nightlife, parks and restaurants. Visitors who brave the cold of January and February are also in for a special treat. No, it’s much more than churros y chocolate (which are worth a visit alone) – it’s the Madrid […]

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Madrid in Dance

The Madrid en Danza International Dance Festival is an event of truly global scale that attracts numerous dance companies from all over the world. It encompasses the full range of dance styles, from classical to avant-garde, and a wide variety of national and international programmes. Of course, it also includes the best in Spanish and […]

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Getting to know Madrid…by bicycle

Bicycles may not be the first thing that comes to mind when we think of Madrid – lots of hills and long distances suggest other options for moving around the Spanish capital. But for die-hard cyclists (and nowadays, for less die-hard electric cyclists) the time and effort earns great rewards. Proud to be a bike-friendly […]

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Madrid: A Picasso / Lautrec exhibition at the Thyssen Museum

This fall 2017, visitors to Madrid will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see great works by two of Europe’s most widely revered modern painters: Pablo Picasso and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. The Picasso / Lautrec exhibition highlights and analyses the close relationship between the works of the two artists. The Paris connection Around the same time […]

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A piece of Picasso: 80 years of Guernica

This year marks the 80th anniversary of the seminal work, “Guernica” by Pablo Picasso –one of the greatest anti-war murals in history. A special exhibition called “Piety and terror in Picasso: the road to Guernica” (4 April – 4 September, 2017) at the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid is designed to shed new light on […]

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Incentive-Destination MADRID: fun factor guaranteed!

Madrid is firmly perched at the top of the list of Europe’s “in” destinations – not just as a hotspot for culture-focused travelers but increasingly as an incentive destination for companies. There is literally no way to get bored in the Spanish capital! In the incentive travel segment, Madrid stands out for its contrasts:  spectacular […]

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Madrid de los Austrias: The heart of the Spanish capital

In the beating heart of the Spanish capital, visitors from all four corners of the globe can marvel and muse over the stunning architecture of Madrid de los Austrias (The Madrid of the Austrians) – the city’s central, Hapsburg-centric old town. Located just off the city’s main artery Calle Mayor, Madrid de los Austrias is […]

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Renoir in Madrid’s Golden Triangle

Madrid is one of the great art capitals of the world, and few streets can match the artistic abundance of the Paseo del Prado. Three of the world’s best museums, known locally as the Prado, Thyssen and Reina Sofía, form the city’s Golden Triangle of Art, and their collections offer a breathtaking richness of Spanish […]

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