Because Madrid is the capital of Spain the city can boast an unrivalled collection of cultural buildings including museums and galleries that house some of the world’s most celebrated art works. It’s also a city where people go out a lot, and so offers varied nightlife and entertainment to satisfy the most exigent sybarite. Night and day Madrid has something fascinating to offer.
The Caixa Forum cultural centre situated opposite the Prado Museum was designed by the renowned Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron, a gravity...More information
A sprawling precinct of 48 industrial buildings formerly used as a slaughter house and livestock market up until 1996 when it was acquired by the...More information
Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida the Valencia born painter who better than any other artist captured the unique light of the Mediterranean on canvas lived...More information
Occupying this building on Arenal just off Plaza del Sol since 1981, Joy Eslava takes its name from the Eslava Theatre that was formerly located here....More information