Apologies if I’m preaching to the converted, but if you’re not well-acquainted with Madrid’s party district, Malasaña, here’s some info that will change your weekends!
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Fancy going out for dinner this weekend? Allow me to recommend a new find. La Musa in La Latina is a quirky hide-out which offers great food in great atmosphere.
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Vous trouverez ci-dessous une liste de différents bars situés dans le centre de Madrid où vous pourrez déguster différentes sortes de tapas et boissons pour trés peu chers (de 1, 75 à 5€ maximum) 1.
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The San Antón Market is a gem I only discovered recently. Tucked away in Chueca, one of the trendiest parts of town, this market slash food court offers everything you could possibly ask for. From sushi to traditional Greek cuisine, luxury frozen goods to to seafood fresh from the water, a healthy fruit and veg stand to some of the best homemade cakes I have seen in Madrid- it’s hard to find a gap in the market (if you’ll pardon the pun).
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I recently had the pleasure of enjoying the best hot chocolate of my life, so thought it would be unfair of me not to share this experience with you all.
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