In the Plaza de las Comendadoras, the newcomer to the capital " Federal " offers a delicious brunch in a spacious, bright and beautifully decorated space. It has the air of hipster cafes in Södermalm in Stockholm, in a cozy and spacious room with natural light coming through the large windows. The exterior is also very comfortable, in substance and in form. It is of great use the space created on the windows, where cushions can be used both inside and from the street.
Do you know what the Mercado de Motores is? Have you been to it? if you have not gone yet, you do not know what you're missing... This is the perfect plan for the weekend in Madrid! We tell you what it is about:Be prepared to find in this magical space, old train cars, sidings and european retro atmosphere. Here takes place a "garage sale" on the second weekend of each month, where you will find accessories artisans and clothes designers, vintage clothing, flowers, retro bicycles, old furniture, gourmet temptations, books, records, etc.
Josef Albers: Minimal Means, Maximum Effect is the first retrospective in Spain devoted to Josef Albers (1888?1976). Comprising more than one hundred works of art in addition to furniture, objects, photographs, and a range of documentary material, the exhibition has been devised and developed over the last years in close collaboration with The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation (Bethany, Connecticut).Accomplished designer, photographer, typographer and poet, Albers is primarily remembered as an abstract painter.
The Lázaro Galdiano Foundation and the Representative Platform Physically Disabled ( PREDIF ) jointly organized the Day of Accessibility in the Lázaro Galdiano Museum on 29 March with an open house and adapted tour..
A bicycle (electric or not) or an electric mobility scooter can be used both for your leisure time ... and why not ? Also, to do some sightseeing in the center of Madrid. Here we list the advantages of using either option . You decide which option best fits your needs.If you choose the bicycle...
Only You Hotel & Lounge is located in the center of Madrid, on Calle Barquillo, just a few meters from Paseo de Recoletos and the Chueca neighborhood. The carefully designed interiors by Lázaro Rosa Violán complement the beauty of the building (a former Palace, dating from 19th century), giving the hotel an eccentric touch with colonial-style color.