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10 plans not to be missed if you come to Madrid

Enjoy a relaxing sensorial experience at the first center of Haloteraphy in Madrid, with one of its exclusive treatments to reduce stress and improve breathing and
skin issues. All of it in a unique space made of salty caves and runned by a team of professionals that will take care of your wellbeing.

Address: Fernandez de los Ríos Street, 52 -Chamberí-

located right in the city center, a few minutes from Puerta del Sol Square is Al Andalus Hammam, a well known spa centre in town that offers a wide range of exclusive treatments, making this choice perfect for a relaxing afternoon after a long day strolling the streets of Madrid.
Address: Atocha Street, 14 -City Centre-

An original proposal perfect for those willing to have a late “do it yourself” afternoon. Every
guest prepares its own drinks, personalizing the ingredients that maridate with every
flavor, better acompanied by the selection of sweet and salty snacks also offered in its menu.
Address: Monte Esquinza Street, 15 -Alonso Martínez -Colón-

One of the activities that madrideans enjoy the most is hanging
out in a bar terrace and enjoy the citie’s good weather. There are many of them offering a high quality service and we have
chosen our favorite ones:

El Mirador del Thyssen
For art lovers, this terrace is the perfect option to enjoy a cocktail or a snack in the city centre, after a visit to the museum.
Address: Paseo del Prado, 8.

Gymage Terrace
For sport addicts, Gymage is one of the most modern gyms in the city with a
spectacular shop at the entrance. But Gymage is more than just a Gym, with a live
music area in the ground floor and a fantastic restaurant and terrace in the rooftop.

Address: De la Luna Street, 2. Everyday from 7:00 am to 1:30 am.

Ikebana, a la terraza de Ramsés
For food lovers, Ikebana is a place where gastronomy and wine occupy the first
place, offering a quality service and a fusion cuisine. There is also a brunch every Sunday, very popular among madrideans.
Address: Plaza de la Independencia, 4 -Puerta de Alcalá- Opens every day from 12:00 pm to 2:00 am.

La Lonja, Plaza de oriente
An oasis of tranquility in the city center in one of the most exclusive spots in front of the
Royal Palace, ideal to recover strength after a day visiting the city.
Address: Plaza de Oriente 6. Opens from Sunday to Thursday from 12:00 pm to 12:00 am, and Friday and Saturday
from 12:00 pm to 1:30 am.

Terraza Cibeles
Madrid is beautiful from every angle, but our favorite is from the rooftops. Terraza Cibeles is one of the best places to observe the city, enjoying a delicious drink while seeing the sunset.
Address: Palacio de Cibeles, Plaza de Cibeles, 1. Opens everyday from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm and from 8:00 pm to
12 am.

In October, the Thyssen Museum organizes the exhibition of the year with a retrospective of the most important German painter of XXth century, Max Beckmann and Exile Figures –Figuras del exilio-.
Also, the Prado Museum is celebrating this year its Bicentenary and organizes an special exhibition starting in November, a date that art lovers can’t miss!

Enjoy a day trough the route that aspires to be declared Humanity Heritage in the category of Cultural Landscape, a route that includes the Paseo del Prado Boulevard from Cibeles Square and Atocha Square, the Retiro Park and the Jeronimos district -behind the Prado Museum-.

In November the annual appointment with Jazz takes place with Madrid’s International Jazz Festival, a large sellection of acts on the global jazz scene will once again be showcased at, better known as #JAZZMADRID18 . Seasoned artists as well as talented newcomers make up the line-up for the festival’s programme, which will be hosted by various venues around the city. An event that also includes parallel activities such as exhibitions and films relating to the genre, as well as discussions and lectures by experts and critics.

Address: Conde Duque Street, 11.

Our proposal for the adventurous is taking a bike tour around the city center. A different way of getting to know the city on an eco and healthy way.

This train station was reconverted into a Museum in 2008 after an underground restoration that took place in 1966 to widen the platforms from 60 to 90 mts. It belonged to line 1, the first metro line and it was inaugurated in 1919. It used to connect the neighbourhoods of Sol and Cuatro Caminos, being nowadays still crossed when going from Bilbao to Iglesia (or viceversa), but trains don’t stop there anymore.
Address: Chamberí Street, s/n -Chamberí-.

A visit to the Rastro Flee Market is a very common activity on Sundays among madrideans. This market offers a suprising walk where you can find madridean quintessence: sounds, scents and colours. Enjoy a morning at the Rastro Flee Market buying, wandering around, taking pictures, drinks or listening to music. There are plenty of things to do around its many streets, squares, shops and galleries.
Address: Ribera de Curtidores Street, s/n -La Latina-.

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