How to Rent an Apartment in Madrid

Madrid is one of the most exciting cities in Spain, and as such it is visited by millions of people each year. Visitors from all over the world arrive to visit Spanish capital and to get the glimpse of local tradition and culture.

Having in mind that we have been specializing in apartment renting in Madrid, we have years of experience to helps us providing helpful tips and advice on how to rent an apartment in Madrid, which is why we have decided to compile a list of things to know that will help with apartment hunting in Madrid.

Browse online an apartment in Madrid

Before you even consider booking a flight and buying a ticket, you need to start looking for an apartment in Madrid. Even though it might seem unnecessary to start with apartment hunt first, it usually is, especially during the peak season, which is between May and October, and any time of the year during public holidays. Most people choose particularly this period to visit the city, hence this is the peak season, and if you are one of those wishing to visit the city in that period, make sure you start browsing online well in advance.

Take advantage of websites for booking apartment online, as this way you will be sure that the accommodation is waiting for you, and that you will not end up apartment hunting once you arrive, taking all of your luggage with you as you walk around the city, trying to find a place to rent. The internet is a great tool to use when looking for an apartment, as you can manage everything from the comfort of your own home. This gives you enough time for browsing and selecting accommodation that really suits your needs and your budget.

Research an apartment in Madrid

Start by determining where you want to rent an apartment. Madrid is a huge metropolitan city and it might be overwhelming when you first try to determine the part of the city you want to stay in. Use your computer and take advantage of tools such as Google Maps, and explore the area. Besides amenities that are nearby, focus on how that particular area is connected to the airport. Being a traveler, these two criteria are probably high up on your list of priorities when you look for an apartment to rent.

Rent an apartment in Madrid

Landscape of the central area in Madrid

Make a checklist

Although nearby amenities and connection to the airport are important, people have many different demands when renting apartments, which is perfectly common and something we are used to at Apartamentos Madrid. However, we do suggest creating a checklist to keep everything and make sure you end up with an apartment that truly fulfills your needs and requirements.

When we talk about checklists and requirements, here are a couple of things that should come to your mind:

  • The size of the apartment
  • The number of rooms
  • Safe in the apartment
  • Air-conditioning
  • Heating
  • TV
  • Telephone
  • Hair drier
  • Completely furnished kitchen
  • Table for ironing
  • WiFi
  • Reception
  • Garage (if you are traveling by car)

These are some of the most popular requirements we have highlighted throughout the years of experience in working with travelers from all over the world. However, each travel and every traveler is different, so we always suggest everyone to create their own list of things they want and need to have when renting an apartment. That is the main benefit of serviced apartments in Madrid, you are more flexible when choosing and you have more opportunities when it comes to specific requirements. This is why this type of accommodation is recommended for families with children. Additionally, having a checklist helps with speeding up the process and making sure you spend your vacation in Madrid in an apartment that you will love.

Join online groups

Using the Internet as a resource is a great way to prepare for your trip to Madrid. Besides using it to do the research and explore the city through virtual maps, you could also start learning some basic Spanish phrases, that will turn out to be very useful when strolling around the city. In addition, online groups are very useful source of information related to many different aspects of staying in Madrid. Starting from learning about your rights as a tenant in Madrid, to finding out about the best places to eat in the center of the city, you can find almost everything you need to know before you head to Madrid. Being well-informed is a great plus when traveling in general, especially when it comes to long-term stay in a city such as Madrid. Learning about the city and city life is also helpful when looking for a way to rent an apartment in Madrid, regardless if you are considering short-term or long-term stay in Madrid.

The best way to use the power of the Internet in this purpose is to join online groups on social media, or to join travel forums. You could also check out review websites, to find the best places to visit, the best restaurants and cafes. User reviews and comments are great source of information, as you get to read about someone else’s experience, and learn how things go in real life. People can share their knowledge about the public transport, prices, etc.

If we talk about international travelers, it is helpful to join online groups where you can meet a lot of people from your own country or city. This way you can compare things between the two countries or between the two cultures, which makes traveling so much more interesting and exciting.

Have an open mind

Even though you have your checklist ready and you know exactly what type of apartment you want to rent, you should always have an open mind. While you might have everything planned and figured out, the reality might be different from what you have expected. You might need to compromise and sacrifice certain things and necessities from the apartment, if the location is very convenient to you. On the other hand, you might choose an apartment that is a bit away from the city center, but the interior is just the way you imaged, plus the price works really well for you due to a limited budget.

Regardless the reasons, try to be think realistically and keep an open mind, so that you are able to find the apartment that suits you. Make sure you consult your travel companions as well, as they might have a different say in all of this, and their requirements might not match yours in every single aspect.

Choose a credible renter

There are a lot of renters in Madrid. Some are companies, while some are individuals, but they all want to reach you and many other travelers who are visiting the city. The main goal for all of the renters is to rent their accommodation, but you should have in mind that not all renters are equal. You should not think that you could go for any accommodation and that you can expect your experience to be perfect.

What all respectable renters in Madrid are trying to achieve is reputation. With years of being in this industry, we know how good name is important for travelers when making a decision where to rent an apartment in Madrid. Having positive reviews and good feedback from the travelers in the past has helped us tremendously when reaching out new travelers, and this is why a lot of travelers trust us when it comes to finding great accommodation in Madrid.

This is very important aspect to have in mind, as you want your vacation to goes smoothly, and worrying about the accommodation should not be on the list of your things to do once you arrive to Madrid. Instead, you should take care of everything online, or by calling the accommodation provider via phone, so that you have accommodation waiting for you when you arrive.

Act fast

Although as a traveler, you need to go through this process of making a checklist, doing research and finding credible renter, you should not delay the decision-making process too much. What does this mean? Well, the peak season in Madrid is known to be sort of a rush hour. While there are a lot of accommodation opportunities around the city, as this still is a popular tourist destination, when you find that perfect accommodation you should book it immediately, as chances are you will not find quite the same accommodation again.

Also, due to a large number of tourists in the city during the peak season, the selection of accommodation can be rather limited, especially if you were hoping to book accommodation last minute, and you have not considered booking a couple of weeks in advance. The added stress to this situation might be caused by the fact that you have fixed dates when you have to leave, or if you have already purchased plane tickets for the specific dates. In this case, you will have to be very resourceful and use the power of Internet to explore all of the options that are available. You will probably have to be more flexible and to make compromises when choosing an apartment to rent, as you might not have too many apartments available to choose from.

And once you find that apartment that would be a great fit, contact the owner as soon as possible, in order to make sure no one beats you to it.

Since apartments provide so many benefits for travelers, they are becoming increasingly popular when it comes to selection of types of accommodation, but as you can see there is a certain process one must go through when trying to find and book an apartment in Madrid. What you need to have in mind is the fact that you want to spend your vacation enjoying visiting the city and exploring its landmarks, so make sure you arrange everything related to your accommodation before you arrive. Besides the dates of arrival and departure, this should also include the time for check-in and check-out, as these sometimes can be more flexible to fit your schedule.

Madrid Gastronomic Guide

If gastronomic tour is a part of your trip and you want to explore this side of Madrid, the guide we have here will be very helpful as we will share some of the best restaurants, tapas and taverns you can visit in Madrid. Most of the popular places are located in the center of the city, so if you are staying in an apartment in the city center, you will easily reach them. On the other hand, you can also use metro in Madrid as a very convenient and efficient way to travel around the city.

Restaurants

Casa Lucio

There is no better way to start gastronomic tour of Madrid than by eating at a traditional restaurant with authentic Spanish food on the menu. If you want to explore the rich tastes of Spanish cuisine and enjoy a bit formal atmosphere in a well-known restaurant in the Spanish capital, this is the place for you. Meals with meat, fish and veggies are popular items on the menu, together with seasonal meals and traditional dishes such as huevos estrellados. The best way to enjoy the meal is to accompany it with local wine. The restaurant is closed during the month of August.

Location: Calle Cava Baja, 35

Opening hours: Every day between 1 pm and 4 pm, and then again between 8:30 pm and
midnight.

Website: http://www.casalucio.es/en/ho/home.html

Restaurante Casa Lucio

 

Mercado de San Miguel

Here is another traditional restaurant in Madrid, one of the favorite places to visit for all the gourmands visiting Madrid. It is a remarkable gastronomic experience, making this place one of the major tourist attraction of the city. Being located near the Plaza Mayor makes Mercado de San Miguel even more convenient to visit. A great selection of high quality food includes variety of meat products, seafood, vegetables, cheese, sushi, as well as fruit, chocolates, wines and sangria.

Location: Plaza de San Miguel

Opening hours: From Sunday to Wednesday between 10 am and 12 am. From Thursday to Saturday open between 10 am and 2 am.

Website: http://www.mercadodesanmiguel.es/en/

 Mercado de San Miguel

El Restaurante Vegetariano

Even though traditional Spanish cuisine favors meat, you will still find a couple of restaurants for vegetarians, and in this guide we recommend El Restaurante Vegetariano. It is a perfect choice for vegetarians and vegans, as well as everyone who likes Mediterranean and Spanish cuisine. Dishes with veggies such as soups, lasagnas, pastas, as well as homemade desserts are something you can find on the menu of this restaurant. The restaurant is closed during the month of August.

Location: Calle Marques de Santa Ana, 34

Opening hours: From Tuesday to Saturday between 1:30 pm and 4 pm, and again between 9 pm and 11:30 pm. On Sundays between 1:30 pm and 4 pm. Closed on Mondays.

Website: http://www.elrestaurantevegetariano.es/

El_Restaurante_Vegetariano

 

El Sobrino de Botín

Sobrino de Botín was founded in 1725 and it is the oldest restaurant continuously operating in the world. With such rich history and heritage, this restaurant represents a true landmark of Madrid. Additionally, the food is of the highest quality and you will find some of the traditional Spanish dishes, prepared based on the recipes that have been around for generations. It is advisable to make a reservation, even up to a week or two in advance, as it can be very difficult to get a table during lunch and dinner time, when the restaurant is actually open.

Location: Calle Cuchilleros, 17

Opening hours: Every day between 1 pm and 4 pm, and again between 8 pm and midnight.

Website: http://www.botin.es/en

 

Pastry shops

La Mallorquina patisserie

This may be one of the most famous pastry shops in the city with a 100-year long tradition. Large seating area allows you to enjoy delicious pastries in the shop or you can order take out. Besides pastries, deserts and croissants, coffee is also recommended here. Have in mind that due to such great popularity among both tourists and locals, it tends to get crowded, especially during the breakfast time.

Location: Calle Mayor, 2

Opening hours: Every day from 9 am to 9 pm.

Website: www.pastelerialamallorquina.es

Pastelería La Mallorquina

 

 

Chocolateria San Ginés

A famous traditional sweet, churros con choloclate, is one thing you absolutely must try when visiting Madrid, which is why we recommend the most famous place in Madrid specialized in this particular treat, as a part of our Madrid gastronomic guide. The busiest time is around noun and in the evening, between six and eight. Although churros are specialty here, you can also have coffee and other types of cakes and cookies as well.

Location: Pasadizo San Ginés, 5

Opening hours: Open every day, 24 hours.

Website: https://chocolateriasangines.com/

 

Pastelería Nunos

If you love chocolate, this is a place for you. This is a modern restaurant specialized in delicious sweets and pastries, and they even make their own chocolate. Pastry chef José Fernández-Ramos guarantees the high quality of the pastries and sweets served here. His reputation and numerous awards support the fact that even though the shop might lack long tradition the previous two have, it certainly has the quality to become among the top places to visit in Madrid.

Location: Calle Narváez, 63

Opening hours: Every day between 9 am and 9 pm.

Website: http://www.pasteleria-nunos.es/


Antigua Pastelería del Pozo

While you enjoy exploring different options from out gastronomic guide of Madrid, we have to mention a pastry shop that has been in the city for over 180 years. In fact, this is the oldest pastry shop in Madrid, and as such it rightfully deserves to be included in this guide. Antique interior design, with handmade treats prepared and baked inside the shop are the qualities that make this pastry shop so special and unique.

Location: Calle Pozo, 8

Opening hours: Between Tuesday and Sunday from 9 am to 2 pm, and then again between 5 pm and 8 pm. It is closed on Mondays.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/antiguapasteleriadelpozo/

 

Tapas

El Tigre

This famous tapa bar in Madrid is one of the favorite places to go out and have a drink, a chance to try some of the delicious Spanish wines. However, just because you are in a bar it does not mean you will be hungry. At least that is the case in Madrid. Each drink is served with free tapas, which are a perfect snack when drinking and chatting with friends. There are a variety of different tapas to choose from. El Tigre brings this culture of eating and drinking which is common in Spain.

Location: Calle Infantas 30

Opening hours: From Monday to Thursday between 11:30 am and 2 am. On Fridays and Saturdays between 11:30 am and 2:30 am. Closed on Sundays.

Website: http://eltigre.delsurweb.com/
Sidrería El Tigre

 

 

Casa Pello

This tapa bar is a perfect choice for all those wine lovers. Spending an evening with friends in a relaxing atmosphere chatting over a glass of traditional Spanish wine is what some consider ideal way to end a day in Madrid. However, since this is a tapa bar, you can have a snack while drinking wine. This restaurant offers a great variety of tapas, including tapas with vegetable, meat or fish, or you could opt for a combination of these. Tortillas, croquetas and huevos rotos are other dishes you will find on the menu and since these are all typical Spanish dishes you must try at least one of those when visiting Casa Pello restaurant.

Location: Alberto Alcocer, 49

Opening hours: Every day between noon and 2 am.

Website: http://www.casapello.com/

 

Restaurante Casa Pello

 

Casa Gonzalez

Casa Gonzalez is considered a place which perfectly depicts romantic Spanish bar scene. Small restaurant with tiled floor and beautifully adorned interior deserves highest recommendation and has become one of the most popular tapas in Madrid.

Location: Calle León, 12

Opening hours: Opened every day from 9:30 am until midnight (from Monday and Thursday) or until 1 am (Friday and Saturday). On Sundays, the restaurant is opened between 11 am and 6 pm.

Website: http://www.casagonzalez.es/

 

Casa Gonzalez

 

La Castela

Renovated in 1989, this restaurant is actually founded on the grounds of old tavern that has been in Madrid since 1930s. Most travelers who visit this restaurant praise the good selection of food and great prices. Since restaurant has a separate bar and dining area, a lot of guests prefer starting with eating tapas and having a drink in the bar, then to be seated in the restaurant area for the full course meal. Reservations in advance are recommended as it may get pretty busy here especially on the weekend nights during the summer season. However, since the restaurant also has a bar, you can also wait there until there is room in the restaurant.

Location: Calle Doctor Castelo, 22

Opening hours: The bar is opened every day between 12 pm and 4:30 pm, and then again from 7:30 pm to 00:30 am. The restaurant is opened every day between 2 pm and 4 pm, and then again from 9 pm to midnight. La Castela is closed on Sunday evenings.

Website: http://restaurantelacastela.com/

Restaurante La Castela

As you can see the choice of restaurants, tapas bars and places to eat in Madrid is very vast, and this Madrid gastronomic guide features only a handful of those places you can discover as you explore Madrid and what it has to offer. One thing is for sure. Exploring gastronomic side of Madrid is very exciting and fun way to experience the city and local culture. It is a great opportunity to learn local customs, to try out new dishes you might have never tried before, and to enjoy wines Spain is so famous for. While you enjoy eating and drinking, you will get to experience the local friendly atmosphere, and with the sounds of traditional music you will slowly embrace that joyful feeling of life in Madrid.

 

Guía Gastronómica de Madrid

Si hacer un tour gastronómico es una parte de tu viaje y quieres explorar esta faceta de Madrid, esta guía que hemos publicado te será muy útil ya que encontrarás algunos de los mejores restaurantes, pastelerías y tabernas que se pueden visitar en Madrid. La mayoría de estos lugares están situados en el centro de la ciudad, así que si te hospedas en un apartamento en el centro de Madrid, te será fácil llegar a ellos. Por otro lado, también puedes tomar el metro de Madrid como una forma muy conveniente y eficiente de viajar por la ciudad.

Restaurantes

Casa Lucio

No hay mejor manera de empezar un recorrido gastronómico por Madrid que comer en un restaurante tradicional con auténtica comida española en el menú. Si deseas explorar los ricos sabores de la cocina española y disfrutar de un ambiente formal, uno de los restaurantes más conocidos de la capital española es sin lugar a dudas Casa Lucio. Los platos de carne, pescado y verduras son muy populares en el menú, junto con platos de temporada y platos tradicionales como los huevos estrellados. La mejor manera de disfrutar de la comida es acompañarla con vino de la tierra.

Localización: Calle Cava Baja, 35

Horario: Todos los días de 13:00-16:00, y de 20:30 a 24:00. Agosto cerrado.

Website: http://casalucio.es/es/

Restaurante Casa Lucio

 

Mercado de San Miguel

Uno de los lugares favoritos para visitar para todos los gourmets que visitan Madrid es el Mercado de San Miguel. Es una experiencia gastronómica extraordinaria, haciendo de este lugar una de las mayores atracciones turísticas de la ciudad. Al estar situado cerca de la Plaza Mayor hace que el Mercado de San Miguel sea aún más conveniente para visitar. Una gran selección de comida de alta calidad que incluye variedad de productos a base de carne, mariscos, verduras, queso, sushi, así como frutas, chocolates, vinos y sangría.

Localización: Plaza de San Miguel

Horario: De domingo a miércoles abre de 10:00 a 24:00 y de jueves a sábado de 10:00 a 2:00

Website:http://www.mercadodesanmiguel.es

 Mercado de San Miguel

El Restaurante Vegetariano

A pesar de que la cocina tradicional española favorece la carne, también queremos recomendar este restaurante, ya que es una opción perfecta para los vegetarianos y veganos, así como para  todos a los que les gusta la cocina mediterránea y española. Los platos con verduras tales como sopas, pastas, lasañas, así como postres caseros se pueden encontrar en el menú de este restaurante.

Localización: Calle Marques de Santa Ana, 34

Horario: De martes a sábado de 13:30-16:00 y de 21:00-23:30. Los domingos de 13:30 a 16:00. Cerrado los lunes. Agosto cerrado.

Website: http://www.elrestaurantevegetariano.es/

El_Restaurante_Vegetariano

 

El Sobrino de Botín

El Sobrino de Botín fue fundado en 1725 y es el restaurante más antiguo en funcionamiento continuado en el mundo. Con tan rica historia y patrimonio, este restaurante representa un verdadero hito de Madrid. Además, la comida es de la más alta calidad y se pueden degustar algunos de los platos tradicionales españoles, elaborados en base a las recetas que han existido durante generaciones. Es recomendable hacer una reserva, incluso de una semana o dos de antelación, ya que puede ser muy difícil conseguir una mesa durante la comida y la cena.

Localización: Calle Cuchilleros, 17

Horario: Cada día de 13:00 a 16:00 y de 20:00 a 24:00.

Website: http://www.botin.es/

 

Pastry shops

La Pastelería Mallorquina

Esta es una de las más famosas pastelerías de la ciudad con una larga tradición de 100 años. Tiene una amplia sala que permite disfrutar de deliciosos pasteles en la tienda o se pueden pedir para llevar. Además de pasteles, postres y cruasanes, también es muy recomendable el café. Debido a la gran popularidad de esta pastelería entre los turistas y locales, suele estar muy concurrida, especialmente durante la hora del desayuno.

Localización: Calle Mayor, 2

Horario: Cada día de 9:00 a 21:00.

Website: www.pastelerialamallorquina.es

Pastelería La Mallorquina

 

 

Chocolatería San Ginés

Un famoso dulce tradicional, los churros con choloclate, es algo que no debes perderte cuando visites Madrid, por lo que te recomendamos el lugar más famoso de Madrid especializado en esta particular delicia. El momento más activo es por la tarde, entre las seis y las ocho. Aunque los churros son la especialidad de esta chocolatería, también se puede tomar un café y varios tipos de pasteles y galletas.

Localización: Pasadizo San Ginés, 5

Horario: Abierto cada día las 24 horas del día.

Website: https://chocolateriasangines.com/

 

Pastelería Nunos

Si te gusta el chocolate, este es tu lugar. Se trata de un moderno restaurante especializado en deliciosos dulces y pasteles, e incluso hacen su propio chocolate. El pastelero José Fernández-Ramos garantiza la alta calidad de los pasteles y dulces servidos aquí. Su reputación y numerosos premios apoyan el hecho de que a pesar de que la tienda puede carecer de la larga tradición los dos anteriores, tiene sin duda la calidad para convertirse en uno de los mejores lugares para visitar en Madrid.

Localización: Calle Narváez, 63

Horario: Cada día de 9:00 a 21:00.

Website: http://www.pasteleria-nunos.es/


Antigua Pastelería del Pozo

Mientras disfruta de explorar diferentes opciones de guía gastronómica de Madrid, tenemos que mencionar una pastelería que se abrió hace más de 180 años. De hecho, esta es la pastelería más antigua de Madrid, y como tal,  merece ser incluida en esta guía. El diseño interior y su antigüedad, con golosinas hechas a mano y horneados preparados dentro de la tienda son las cualidades que hacen de esta pastelería un sitio tan especial y único.

Localización: Calle Pozo, 8

Horario: De martes a domingo de 9:00 a 14:00 y de 17:00 a 20:00. Lunes cerrado.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/antiguapasteleriadelpozo/

 

Tapas

El Tigre

Este famoso bar de tapas en Madrid es uno de los lugares favoritos para salir a tomar una copa, la oportunidad de probar algunos de los deliciosos vinos españoles. Sin embargo, aunque sea un bar no significa que pasará hambre. Al menos ese es el caso de Madrid. Cada bebida se sirve con tapas gratis, que son un aperitivo perfecto para beber y charlar con los amigos. Hay una gran variedad de tapas diferentes para elegir. El Tigre trae esta cultura de la comida y la bebida que es común en España.

Localización: Calle Infantas 30

Horario: De Lunes  a Jueves de 11:30 a 2:00. Viernes y Sabados de 11:30 a 2:30. Domingos cerrado.

Website: http://eltigre.delsurweb.com/
Sidrería El Tigre

 

 

Casa Pello

Este bar de tapas es una opción perfecta para todos aquellos amantes del vino. Pasar una noche con los amigos en un ambiente relajado con una copa de vino tradicional español es lo que algunos consideran la manera ideal de terminar un día en Madrid. Sin embargo, ya que este es un bar de tapas, se puede tomar un aperitivo mientras se bebe vino. Este restaurante ofrece una gran variedad de tapas, incluyendo tapas con verduras, carne o pescado, o se puede optar por una combinación de estos. Tortillas, croquetas y huevos rotos son otros platos que encontrarás en el menú ya que estos son todos los platos típicos españoles.

Localización: Alberto Alcocer, 49

Horario: Cada día de 12:00 a 2:00.

Website: http://www.casapello.com/

 

Restaurante Casa Pello

 

Casa Gonzalez

Casa Gonzalez se considera un lugar que representa a la perfección un bar español. Es un pequeño restaurante con suelo de baldosas y su interior bellamente adornado merece la más alta recomendación y se ha convertido en una de las tapas más populares de Madrid.

Localización: Calle León, 12

Horario: Abierto cada día. De 9:30 a 24h (de lunes a juebes) y hasta la 1:00 (viernes y sábados).  El domingo abren de 11:00 a  18:00.

Website: http://www.casagonzalez.es/

 

Casa Gonzalez

 

La Castela

Reformado en 1989, este restaurante se ubicó en los terrenos de la antigua taberna que estuvo en Madrid desde el año 1930. La mayoría de los viajeros que visitan este restaurante alaban la buena selección de comida y buenos precios. El restaurante cuenta con una zona de bar y comedor independiente, una gran cantidad de clientes prefieren comenzar con unas tapas y una copa en el bar y, a continuación, sentarse en la zona del restaurante para la comida. Se recomienda reservar con antelación ya que suele estar bastante lleno, sobre todo en las noches del fin de semana durante la temporada de verano. Sin embargo, ya que el restaurante también tiene un bar, también se puede esperar allí hasta que haya mesa libre en el restaurante.

Localización: Calle Doctor Castelo, 22

Horario: El bar cada día de 12:00 a 16:30 y de 19:30 a 00:30. El restaurante abre cada día de 14:00 a 16:00 y de 9 a 24:00. La Castela cierra los domingos por la noche.

Website: http://restaurantelacastela.com/

Restaurante La Castela

Como se puede ver, la variedad de restaurantes, bares de tapas y lugares para comer en Madrid es muy amplia, y esta guía gastronómica de Madrid muestra sólo un puñado de estos lugares que se pueden descubrir a medida que se explora la ciudad. Una cosa es segura, explorar el lado gastronómico de Madrid es una forma muy interesante y divertida de conocer la ciudad y la cultura local. Es una gran oportunidad para aprender las costumbres locales, para probar nuevos platos que es posible que nunca hayas probado antes, y para disfrutar de los famosos vinos españoles. Mientras comes y bebes, el ambiente agradable y los sonidos de la música tradicional te van a abrazar lentamente con la sensación alegre de la vida en Madrid.