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TRABAJAR EN LONDRES

Head Medical are currently working alongside NHS England to find internationally-trained GPs / Family Medicine Specialists for fantastic career opportunities in London. In addition to...

Autumn in Madrid

Happy Holidays

Restoration Chapuzo

This is a what was left after a Spanish priest asked a local school teacher to restore a priceless 16th-Century statue of St George and...

Hidden Madrid – Alvaro de Bazán

  Visit the Plaza de la Villa just off the Calle Mayor and you will see a statue of a Spanish noble. But who was...
Isfahan

Isfahan – The yearly singular bazaar in the capital

Once again, Isfahan – that fabled city in Iran famed for its stunning Persian Islamic architecture and impressive boulevards covered with bridges will take...
Madrid Metropolitan Short Story - Pilgrim

Short Story: The Pilgrim

The Pilgrim, or ‘Peregrino’ in Spanish, was some two weeks into his ‘camino’ to visit the resting place of St James in the Cathedral...
Until The Curtain Falls

Book Review: Until The Curtain Falls

Madrid is literally at the heart of David Ebsworth’s latest novel, Until the Curtain Falls – with its Spanish version, Hasta Que Caiga el...
Deborah

Adjusting to Life in Madrid – Three ‘expat’ stories

In the May edition of “Madridmetropolitan”, Chris Neil wrote about the process of cultural adjustment when moving to a new country for the first...

El Ideal

Gastro Madrid 2018

Madrid Visitors Guide

The Magic of Madrid

Easter In Madrid

Madrid Taxi strike brings Barajas Airport to a standstill

  Madrid taxi drivers brought was was decribed as " misery and mayhem" to the Spanish capital today in the first day of what the E.F.E...
Business - Made in Spain

The Spanish Gig Economy

Freelance workers and the Gig economy In a Gig economy, companies make more use of free-lancers and less of full-time employees, which has big...

Hotel Villa Magna keeps its $ crown

The Hotel Villa Magna, located in Madrid’s fashionable Salamanca district, is the most expensive hotel anywhere in the city, according to a survey by...

Brexit Minister in Madrid Briefing to British Expats

Department for Exiting the EU minister Robin Walker meets groups representing UK nationals in Spain to discuss Brexit and how it affects them Minister at...

Manley addresses British Residents as UK braces for NO DEAL Brexit

An open letter from HMA Simon Manley to British citizens living in Spain As many of you are no doubt aware, this autumn will be...

Outrage Grows as Expat AngloINFO goes into liquidation

Outrage is growing at the sudden collapse of expat website www.angloINFO.com. The UK based  expat portal boasted an online presence in over 130 countries and...

El Ideal

Gastro Madrid 2018

Madrid Visitors Guide

The Magic of Madrid

Does Madrid work magic on visitors? Without a doubt. Come winter or summer, this city engages its guests in effortlessly believing that what they...

Easter In Madrid

Throughout Spain the “Holy Week” from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday is celebrated with drums, processions and masses – and Madrid is no different....
Eat Out Madrid

Eat Out With Valentina: Where To Go To Celebrate St. Patrick’s...

James Joyce Irish Pub Calle de Alcalá, 59, 28014 Metro: Retiro, Banco de España or Cercanias: Recoletas Sunday 12th March 1-6pm Pre-St Patrick’s day Charity Auction Join local Irish...
Fever Bands In Madrid - April

Fever Bands In Madrid

Saturday, April 29 - MADRID Teatro Barceló «rinôçérôse» The French band led by Patou and Jean-Philippe returns to Madrid on April 29 to present their next...
Mango Chutney

Autumn Recipe: Mango Chutney – By Jemima Butler

The nights are drawing in, it is finally getting colder after our Indian Summer or the ‘veroño’ (new spanish word recently coined for verano...
Ajoblanco - Recipe

Summer Recipe

By Jemima Butler This month I am writing to you from Padstow, a small coastal fishing village in the beautiful county of Cornwall, southwest of...
Gazpacho

HOW TO MAKE THE BEST “GAZPACHO”

By Jemima Butler I always have a batch of home-made Gazpacho in the fridge during the summer. Full of raw vegetables and vitamins. It is...
Caldo Gallego

A last hurrah to the cold days with a Caldo Gallego

By Jemima Butler Hello again. Alas the cold weather has returned. There we were in the first vestiges of spring! It’s been stolen away from...
Designer Exchange

Designer Exchange

Madrid might seem an odd choice for a second hand designer shop and the very Add to dictionary upmarket Salamanca district and even less...

To boldly go where no Spaniard has gone before

Where do you see yourself in five to ten years’ time? A normal question you might be asked in a job interview, but ask...

Restoration Chapuzo

This is a what was left after a Spanish priest asked a local school teacher to restore a priceless 16th-Century statue of St George and...

Madrid Mardi Gras

<p style="text-indent:0px;"/><span class="dropcap dropcap2" style="text-align: right; padding:0px;">L</span>La Alegre Cofriadía del Entierro conferred a silver sardine on the Mayor in her capacity of cofrade de...

Hidden Madrid – Alvaro de Bazán

  Visit the Plaza de la Villa just off the Calle Mayor and you will see a statue of a Spanish noble. But who was...
El Oso y el Madroño

Why Madrid?

Why and how Madrid became the capital of Spain dates back to the reign of King Filipe II, 1556 - 1598. Prior to this Madrid...
Madrileño gato

MADRILEÑO GATO

What’s in a name and where does it come from? Ask a Madrileño if he is a ‘gato’ and you are more than likely to...
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