What to see

What to see

Ceaseless change. Architecture for new times

Madrid

Walking is one way of getting to know a town and seeing what it’s like. And you can gaze at the buildings’ façades or peek into their entrances.…

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Fancies of Uranus

Madrid

It must have been Uranus, the god of the sky, who favoured Madrid with its glorious skyscapes full of colours and shapes that no other…

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Guadarrama, wild territory

Madrid

The Guadarrama mountains form part of the range that divides Spain’s Meseta in two and separates the Duero and Tagus river basins.…

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Human & Urban

Madrid

Madrid’s many parks and gardens are oases of peace where birds, music and beautiful dusks make you forget you are in a big city.…

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Madrid, capital and chimera

Madrid

Big cities are like books. They have a cover, their credits pages. They have chapters, and hidden pages where dried flowers and mementos…

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Madrid. Shared vision

Madrid

We got together with four Madrilenians from the fields of architecture, literature, fashion and winegrowing. They love their city and even…

What to seeLifestyle

National Library. Paradise with a garden

Madrid

Jorge Luis Borges imagined paradise as a sort of library. People who love books and reading, who still appreciate peacefulness in these high-…

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Passages of Madrid

Madrid

All the passages in the world share a certain magic: they elicit a conversation between two spaces, two worlds. The writer Jorge Carrión…

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Towns of Madrid

Madrid

A number of picturesque towns in the Region of Madrid have notable historical and artistic…