Blog de Alojamientos en Madrid

San Juan Festival in Spain

San Juan Festival in Spain La Noche de San Juan is one of the many festivals that happen in Spain throughout the year. On the night of the summer solstice, June. 23rd, Spain has a tradition unlike any other. It is a very special event that takes place, originating from Pagan beliefs and superstitions. The night consists of people… Read More


Madrid, the European San Francisco – World Pride 2017

San Fransisco has been a leader for LGTB+ right in the U.S., just as Madrid has been one of the main leaders for LGBT+ rights in Europe. Madrid is one of the most gay-friendly cities in the world. Human rights are prioritized by the citizens and the political leaders, and the atmosphere and culture reflect… Read More


The Chueca Neighbourhood

This neighbourhood in Madrid is named after the compositor Federico Chueca and it has become a major hub for the LGBT community neighbourhood (Lesbians Gays Bisexuals and Transsexuals) of Madrid. The walls of Metro in Chueca are painted with the gay flag to symbolize the pride that Chueca has. Chueca offers many interesting things to… Read More


Weekend trips around Madrid

       Madrid City is full of great places like museums, bars, historical buildings… But outside of Madrid, you can also discover so many places full of history or just with beautiful landscapes! And the public transport is very efficient, so most of the time, you don’t have to spend a single € if… Read More


Retiro Neighborhood

If you value being close to the centre of Madrid, but also enjoy a bit of peace and quiet from time to time as well as the outdoors, then the Retiro neighbourhood is a good place for you! While Gran Vía, Sol, La Latina, Malasaña and other central neighbourhoods are exciting and have a lot… Read More


5 ideas how to use your free time in Madrid!

Already done with the classes and exams? If yes, congratulations! Now you have a lot of free time and make sure that you use it 100 as you are in one of the coolest cities in!  Explore, discover new places or visit the ones that you always wanted to visit! In this blog post, we… Read More


Recycling in Madrid

One of the goals of the European Union is that by 2020 all European countries will recycle at least 50% of household waste. Spain still needs to improve in recycling. According to El Pais, each of Madrid’s 6.5 million inhabitants produces on average 461 kilos of garbage a year, and much of it gets mixed together…. Read More


Descubre el barrio de Moncloa

Moncloa es un barrio de Madrid que merece ser más conocido. Entre los lugares emblématicos que hay que descubrir destacan los siguientes : El Palacio de La Moncloa Fue construido en el siglo XVII y desde 1977, alberga la sede de la Presidencia del Gobierno de España, siendo también la residencia oficial del Presidente y su… Read More


April fools in December

In December you might find yourself the butt of a few jokes, why? Between Christmas and New Year, Día de los Inocentes takes place on December 28th – so put it in your diary, you have been warned! It is the April Fools Day as we call it, but then in December. If you find… Read More


Merry Christmas wishes from MadridEasy TEAM

Hoy nos han hecho un regalo muy especial desde una universidad muy especial… … queríamos hacerlo público    y aprovechar para felicitar la Navidad!!   Alex says: Desde MadridEasy, Feliz Navidad y a dar la bienvenida al nuevo año 2016 para que venga repleto de sorpresas, buenas noticias y sonrisas para regalar a todo el mundo.  … Read More


5 plans to do in September


5 plans to do in September: 1.- MadrEAT: The most amusing street market in Madrid is coming back in September after a holiday break.  A ton of full options to choose on a variety of foodtrucks, you will be able to have lunch and dinner, have a taste of a craft beer, a glass of… Read More

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