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Arallo, Galician fusion cuisine


Arallo, Galician fusion cuisine Arallo is a an original and informal restaurant led by the chef, Iván Domínguez. This reaturant offers Galician dishes splashed with Asian and American touches. You can find the restaurant next to Gran Via in Madrid.

Tartan Roof. Best views of Madrid


Tartan Roof is the spin-off from Tartan, which closed in 2012, and which has now set up on the roof of the Círculo de Bellas Artes. From early morning until the early hours, you can have breakfast, eat, nibble, have supper or simply a drink in this gastro-cultural space with straight-through opening hours, enjoying its different atmospheres: an area with traditional tables for a supper with friends, another with high tables for having something less formal, or one with more intimate loungers in the chill-out area.

A walk through El Retiro Park


The Retiro Park is a green oasis in the centre of Madrid. It has125 hectares and is home to over 15,000 trees. From the botanical point of view, the Park includes some very important gardens: the Jardín de Vivaces, the Jardines de Cecilio Rodríguez (classical gardens of an Andalusian style), the Jardines del Arquitecto Herrero Palacios, the Rose Garden, and the Parterre Francés with the oldest tree in Madrid, a bald cypress that is believed to be 400 years old.

San Ildefonso Market in Madrid


San Ildefonso Food Market is novel concept of leisure, recreation and socialisation revolving around gastronomy, in the kind of street food market you can find in London, New York, Singapore or Bangkok. A meeting place for after work, an alternative to the traditional aperitif, or a strategic stop for locals and regular visitors to Malasaña and Chueca, since it is located on Calle de Fuencarral, on the edge of these two neighbourhoods.

La Cevicuchería: cocina de mercado peruano


The owners of the famous"Tampu", Melina Salinas and Miguel Angel Valdiviezo, have inaugurated a new Peruvian restaurant in Madrid. It is called "The Cevicuchería" and is in the CalleTéllez 20. A lovely local born as "Gastrobar" with the intention of giving life to the bar so as to mesas. La Cevivuchería is a Peruvian restaurant serving specialties of Peruvian ceviches, Tiraditos and Antichuchos in a relaxed and fun atmosphere without sacrificing quality.

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Must-visit food Markets in Madrid.


The traditional market is still very much a part of the Spanish way of life. There are many small markets distributed about the city, so you should never find yourself too far from one. For those interested in food culture, or the more traditional Spanish way of life, a visit to any of these markets is a must. They provide a huge array of excellent quality vegetables, fruit, meat, fish etc.

Madrid City Tour. An accessible tourist bus.


Get to know Madrid by boarding a double-decker bus and admire the city's cultural and architectural magnificence. Explore the city at your own pace and make the most of your visit. You will be given a map of the city and discount checks for different shops and restaurants in the city.

Adolfo Palacio Cibéles. Eating Madrid from the sky.


The ultimate place to see and be seen in Madrid: Restaurant Adolfo at the CityHall Plaza de Cibeles. Spectacular views of the city from the penthouse of Madrid City Hall. Located on the sixth floor, the rooftop restaurant offers a stunning view of the Cibeles fountain, the Metropolis building, the Gran Vía and the Paseo de la Castellana