La Gastroteca de Santiago
Segway tours around Madrid. Prices include 10-minutes worth of training before you set out and it also organises bike tours.
Plaza de Ramales
This pleasant little triangle of open space is not without historical intrigue. Joseph Bonaparte ordered the destruction of the Iglesia...
Iglesia de San Nicolás de los Servitas
Tucked away up the hill from Calle Mayor, this intimate little church is Madrid’s oldest surviving building of worship. It is believed...
Bohemian kitsch in the best sense is the prevailing theme here and it runs right through the decor, regular cultural events (poetry...
You know the wines of La Rioja, but the food of this northern Spanish region is also filled with flavour. The cuisine here is all about...
Lonely Planet review
Indulge the gastronome in you. The home kitchen of the Córdoba-born chef Juan Carlos Ramos, La Gastroteca de Santiago deploys the freshest ingredients in homage to the finest in traditional Spanish cooking, with experimental twists and international influences along the way – an exemplary combination that rarely misses a beat. A 250-strong wine list, designer space and large servings make this a special choice.