Bloggers of Madrid

Es difícil decir adiós...a blog from a student leaving Madrid

I cannot believe that in less than a week I will be back in Minnesota. Back to the frigid winters. Back to basic life. Can this be real? Well apparently so. Madrid has quickly become my home, and now...


My life and work experience in Madrid

by Melissa Ung (intern from the Netherlands). What is it like to live in Madrid? Read here about my experience in daily life, job, food, nightlife and Spanish culture. I can’t believe that it’s...


Halloween in Madrid: Tips and Tricks!

It’s the week of Halloween and you’re probably wondering what there is to do in Madrid to celebrate? Halloween in Madrid Just like any other major city in Europe is Halloween a big tradition in...


Studeren in Madrid? Doen!

 Ik keek erg uit naar een ervaring in een grote stad vol leven en ik dacht aan Madrid of Barcelona. Ik wilde naar Barcelona, ​​omdat veel klasgenoten er heen gingen. Gelukkig koos ik voor Madrid,...


Madrid 5 ways to dress like a local

Here are some tips for looking like a local in Madrid. No socks with sandals or sandals too early It is still too cold for most locals to wear sandals and while they may not be wearing warm, leather...


Five celebrities that were reborn

Jennifier Lawerence and her Egyptian twin-actress Zubaida Tharwat   Johnny Depp and german Philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer   Nicolas Cage and a Tennessee man from the Civil War Era ...


4 Most Colorful Cities in the World

1. Cinque Terre, Italy Cinque Terra, which is one of the most colourful cities of the world, is located in Liguira, a region of Italy. This beautiful city is situated on an uneven part of Italian...


New Year´s Eve and The Twelve Grapes

Do you know from where it comes the tradition of eating 12 grapes in New Year’s Eve in Spain? The Twelve Grapes "The twelve grapes of luck" is a Spanish tradition that dates back from at least...


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!...


Things you only understand if you live in (are from) Spain

Things you only understand if you live in (are from) Spain The tracksuit is not to be used for running or at the gym; with the tracksuit you make paellas and climb on a mountain. The expression...