In Madrid we have an urban park – the “Quinta de los Molinos“ – that has nothing to envy to the famous “cherry blossoms” of Japan. Between February and March, this old park is one of the favourite places for many Madrilenians to go for a stroll.  This is due to the natural spectacle that Quinta de los Molinos offers thanks to the many almond trees in bloom. The ground is transformed into a carpet of pink and white petals which is a real treat also for the children. The pleasant and magical atmosphere makes you forget that you are in the heart of the capital, next to the Calle

If you plan to visit the Spanish capital during the winter months, what better than to try one of the most representative dishes of its gastronomy: the “cocido madrileño”. It is one of those powerful dishes that warms you up inside, comforts you and reminds you of that good meal at mum’s house. It simply makes you happy! The cocido madrileño is a stew whose main ingredients are chickpeas, various vegetables, meat, bacon and some sausage. It has humble origins and was initially eaten by the lower classes. It reached the upper classes thanks to its presence on restaurant menus. It is a star dish not only in Madrid but