Did you know that Madrid, except for monuments, history and classic painters has also secret paths connected by the one and only love of Cinema? Do you remember those amazing scenes in Madrid in that great film you saw many years ago and wished to go there? That's what we are going to do. A well organized walk in the depths of the artistic shadow of Madrid based on the culture of Cinema. With special stops in the most interesting and particular cinema bookstores and more!
Learn more about the variety of Spanish gastronomy and enjoy a gastronomic tour that goes far beyond a classic tapas tour. A mixture of a discovery tour with an in emphasis on food. This is an ideal experience for visitors interested in cultural history and food alike. Discover new and old Madrid markets while learning about gastronomy and culture. Also visit some of the newest culinary secret shops of Madrid where you will get the best local and carefully selected specialities.
We’ll start our walk to the laid back and lively neighbourhood of La Latina with its medieval squares, trendy coffee shops, and XVIIth century inns transformed into cool hotels. Then, to the multicultural and popular neighbourhood of Lavapiés, synonimus with diversity, mixing old popular architecture, with underground cultural projects, local markets and the best of flamenco culture. Bars are hidden in shops, the best vintage shops for clothing where Pedro Almodóvar looks for inspiration.
Photo tour where you will learn how to configure your camera to adapt to different lighting conditions, obtaining greater detail and the best possible quality. I selected the places of aesthetic and interest of Madrid. Also tours at sunset to capture what is known as the blue hour, where the city offers the most beautiful colors and lighting.
The old Madrid is called "The Hapsburg Madrid" name given to Madrid at the time when Charles I and Philip II ruled Spain. We suggest a journey through the Renaissance and Baroque buildings of this era, perhaps one of the most picturesque and typical neighborhoods Madrileños. We'll finish in La Latina, a neighborhood famous for its authentic tapas bars, to see the chapel of San Isidro and have a "caña & Tapa" in one of the most iconic bars of the capital.