Category: People & Personalities

Bike Tours Madrid – We are back… …doing our bike tours respecting the guidelines and recommendations for our Tour Guides – developed by Spanish Tourism Quality Institute (ICTE): “Measures to reduce the spread of SARS-CoV-2” New rules for mask use in Spain came into effect on June 26. Spain continues to require the use of face masks in all indoor public spaces; however, masks are no longer required outdoors as long as 1.5 meters of social distancing can be maintained. Our tour guide will inform clients about applicable prevention and hygiene measures, and also about restrictions, limitations or modifications to the service to prevent contagion. The safe distance between the

Price Circus Madrid Let’s celebrate the magic and illusion of the circus! Let’s see, there are days for everything, Adn’s day (??), book day, fun day at work…really? ¡Come on!! ¡More than nerdy! But we didn’t want to miss the Circus Day on 17th April, a theme that in these times brings joy to young and old and allows us to escape and enter a world of dreams and magic. A good opportunity to introduce you to the emblematic Circo Price in Madrid. “Price”, doesn’t sound very Spanish, does it? …. To know the history of this circus you have to go back to the 19th century! Thomas Price, an

Today 8th of March is the International Women’s Day and we would like to talk about some very important and influential women of Madrid who forged the way for women today. Some of them are not visible in the first place but we literally topped ourselves with one of them when strolling in the famous Malasaña district, namely in the form of a bronze sculpture that represents a young woman leaning on the wall; this statue is located at the end of the street “Calle del Pez, 42” When we discovered her we didn’t think we would be taken back a couple of centuries to a legend. The statue “Tras

“The Heavies of the Gran Vía” – revolutionary or freaky? When we opened our Trixi bike rental and bike tour shop on Calle de los Jardines, just a few steps from the Gran Vía, one of the main streets of Madrid, we already started to come across the The Heavies of the Gran Vía. At first we didn’t understand much about it… Who were those two guys with long hair and the look of a heavy metal festival? Why were they always in the same place under the number 25 Gran Via? Why did people stop, chat with them and take souvenir photos… ? Little by little we started to

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