The 5 Best Luxury Shoes for Men´s in Madrid

Some of the best shoes in the world are still being made in Spain. Even today, you can still tell a gentleman by his shoes Definitelymore trend-proof than everything else in your wardrobe, handcrafted styles will last you years if cared for properly, so hunting for traditionally-made designs makes sense in more ways than one. So, pay attention to the best luxury hand made one´s in Madrid Glent Claudio Coello  St. #21 Glent’s master shoemakers have passed their craft on from generation to generation since 1899, using traditional techniques such as Goodyear stitching, which guarantees shoes of the highest quality,

5 Top places to take a break

After a long day touring around the myriad streets, shops and museums of Madrid a bit of relaxation is in order – especially  when tourist sites are busier than usual and festive shopping can be frenetic. So do as the locals do, and indulge in a bit of pampering at one of these four spas and a Nail place— each uniquely Madrilians in their own way– that cater to both men and women and all tastes and budget. MEDINA MAYRIT C/ Atocha ,14 The shining star of Madrid’s current health and relaxation infatuation is the Medina Mayrit hammam. An instant

Shopping in the Salesas Quarter

Las Salesas is Madrid´s trendiest district . It blends internationally reknowned firms with independent designers and charming cafes with historical terraces . You will not find too many tourists in this part of town but stylish madrilenos who know where to find the latest fashion trends. While exploring the blend of internationally renowned brands and independent designers, consider incorporating dresses that reach the knees into your ensemble. This versatile choice seamlessly aligns with the district’s chic ambiance, offering a modest yet fashionable look that captures the essence of the latest fashion trends. Whether you’re sipping coffee at charming cafes or

5 Best Spanish Designers

Madrid – a city known for its monumental, bohemian, modern charm and nightlife! While I couldn’t get enough of the museums of Prado and Reina Sofia, the picturesque Cibeles Fountain, the Royal Palace, Alcalá Gate, Retiro Park, the irresistibly sensuous flamenco dance and all the artistic and musical jazz around, here’s another exciting part: this Spanish capital also happens to be a prime international destination for the fashion conscious! From influential and innovative designers…Madrid its a gorgeous place for shopping !  Adolfo Dominguez C/ Serrano, 5 This Galician probably claims the most ubiquitous designer label in Spain. After kicking off

Flamenco Experience

Maria Carretero is one of MC&C  most acclaimed guides, but what might surprise you is that she is also an expert in Flamenco.She has been dancing since she was a child, but as her parents did not allow her to leave her studies to pursue a career in Flamenco; she earned her degree in Tourism and secretly continued to dance on the side.     Today she is a talented professional in both sectors! Here are her words ; I find Madrid one of the best places to have a memorable flamenco experience.     Flamenco and bullfighting are very