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There are many things to do in Madrid in January. It marks the beginning of the year and several related celebrations take place during the month.
Celebrations vary throughout the country, but here’s how to celebrate Three King’s Day in Madrid!
Looking for things to do on New Year’s Eve in Madrid? Check out these ways to welcome in the New Year in style!
Are you looking for some great Christmas gift ideas from Madrid? The shopping season starts so if you happen to be here, it’s a great moment to look for that perfect present.
Where are the best Christmas markets in Madrid? As locals set off in search of the best bargains for their seasonal shop, most Madrileños abandon major chain stores and brand names to wander through the stalls of a festive market.
Spending Christmas in Madrid is the opportunity to see the capital shine with thousands of lights, to admire its illuminations and to marvel at the beautiful stores’ window displays.
Despite the days have gotten shorter, there are (at least) nine reasons to visit Madrid in winter. Not convinced?
Spending Christmas is one of my favorite things to do in Madrid. December is a very special month everywhere but Madrid rewards you with some of the most magical moments of the year. The city sparkles with a million fairy lights, and dozens of decorated streets.
What are the most interesting things to do in Madrid? Here is a month-by-month agenda so you can organize your trip to Madrid according to what’s going on.
November is a relatively quiet month before the Christmas fanfare. There are still many things to do in Madrid at that time since the weather is still good. Fall days are lovely with lots of sunny hours, the parks’ tree leaves change from dozens of green to becomes yellowish and brownish and you can still have a coffee or a hot chocolate at a terraza.