Eat & Drink
This very trendy establishment is boisterous and attention seeking, filled with noisy locals which is precisely the reason why you should go there.
Ramón Freixa Madrid
The renowned Catalan chef has taken Madrid by storm since moving there several years ago, with two Michelin stars and three Soles Repsol (the Spanish equivalent) awarded to his signature restaurant, located within the courtyard of the Hotel Único Madrid.
Mercado de la Paz
One of the reasons behind Spain’s thriving gastronomic culture is the traditional markets of its towns and cities, where everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to gourmet products can be found.
La Bien Aparecida
Spain is the European Union’s second largest country with a variety of regional cultures and climates, each with their own indigenous gastronomy.