What to do in Madrid in February 2019

The Museo del Romanticismo is one of the most famous museums in Madrid—and the interior is absolutely stunning!

This blog post was originally posted on January 22, 2016 and was updated on January 7, 2019. It’s low season, but here in Madrid, we’re keeping busy and staying warm. As the European equivalent to the city that never sleeps, there’s always something going on in Spain’s bustling, vibrant capital. We’re talking world-class museums, cozy […]

How to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Madrid in 2018

One of the most unique authentic holiday traditions in Spain is a dress rehearsal for New Year's Eve—only in Madrid!

This blog post was originally posted on December 17, 2013 and was updated on October 18, 2018. If Madrid is the unofficial world capital of partying on any given night, just imagine what happens on New Year’s Eve. The last night of the year, known as Nochevieja in Spanish, takes the Madrid nightlife scene we all know and […]

Four Great Christmas Markets in Madrid in 2018

Our favorite part of experiencing winter in Madrid: the festive Christmas markets!

This blog post was originally published on December 16, 2015 and was updated on October 11, 2018. It’s the most wonderful time of the year here in Madrid! It goes without saying that Christmastime here in Madrid brings an unforgettable sensation of holiday magic, and nowhere does that feel more present than at one of […]

Eating Gluten Free in Madrid: The Best Bars, Restaurants and Stores

If you have to eat gluten free in Madrid, you'll be happy to learn that many of the most traditional tapas are already naturally gluten free, like these huevos rotos!

This blog post was originally posted on March 18, 2014 and was updated on August 12, 2018. When it comes to eating gluten free in Madrid, the city’s restaurants, bars, and supermarkets are already ahead of the curve. The Madrid Association of Celiacs and Gluten Sensitive People has been certifying the city’s restaurants as celiac-friendly since the […]

Neighborhood Restaurant Guide: Where to Eat in La Latina

For those asking where to eat in La Latina, the answer is clear: head to Cava Baja street for tapas that are out of this world!

This blog post was originally posted on January 7, 2016, and was updated on August 11, 2018.  La Latina is a beautiful and historic neighborhood in central Madrid which is famous for its tapas bars, winding streets and leafy squares. La Latina is a neighborhood that is well-loved and frequented by locals, making it one […]

How to Eat Like a Local in Madrid

Looking for the best tortilla in town to start off your week? Casa Dani is where to eat in Madrid on Mondays, then!

This blog post was originally posted on July 2, 2016 and was updated July 28, 2018. One of the best parts of discovering a new city is tasting local delights! Madrid does not disappoint with tons of hidden treasures for food lovers. With restaurants featuring classic Madrid cooking, regional Spanish cuisine, and plenty of tapas, […]

Top 7 Must-Try Typical Foods In Madrid

Looking for the best tortilla in town to start off your week? Casa Dani is where to eat in Madrid on Mondays, then!

This blog post was originally posted on January 14, 2014 and was updated on July 27, 2018. Madrid is full of amazing restaurants boasting delicious cuisine from every corner of the globe! But what exactly are the typical foods in Madrid? With more bars per capita than any other country in the EU, Spain is […]

A Culture Packed Day Trip to Toledo from Madrid

This blog post was originally posted on September 17, 2015, and was updated on December 19, 2017.  Want to travel back in time? Visiting Toledo is a must to experience historic architecture, taste delicious local foods and enjoy multiple cultural influences all at once. Photo Credit: Adam Jason Moore; Text Overlay: Devour Tours Only about 45 miles from […]

Our Favorite Christmas Traditions in Madrid

The Spanish Christmas lottery is one of the most popular authentic holiday traditions in the country. Who will be the lucky winner?

This blog post was originally posted on November 12, 2013 and was updated on November 7, 2017. Christmas is blooming across Madrid. Roasted chestnut stands are popping up in plazas. Giant strings of lights are being draped across avenues. Supermarket aisles are glistening with the shiny gold wrappers of Christmas turrón. While Santa statues and […]