Christmas in Madrid

Christmas in Madrid

Christmas is coming and, just like in many other cities around the world, the streets of Madrid deck out with lights, seasonal ornaments and especially appealing shop windows. From the end of November on, thousands of locals and tourists overcome the cold weather and...

read more

Discover the Art Walk

If you are an art lover, you will be glad to know that near Génova 5 you can find the so-called Art Walk, an interesting concentration of museums in approximately one kilometre, surrounded by other emblematic buildings and spaces. Although the...

read more

A night at the theatre

Just as many other capital cities, Madrid offers a rich cultural life that revolves around exhibitions, lectures, concerts and, of course, the theatre. The city has a number of old and modern theatres in whose schedules you will surely find something you like, but we...

read more

Adventure activities in Madrid

Good weather encourages people to do sport and other activities, especially outdoors, and Madrid provides fine opportunities to do so: strolling the parks, cycling around the city and its surrounding countryside, etc. But if you prefer activities with some more...

read more

Madrid from a certain height: 5 amazing rooftop bars

The terraces in Génova 5's duplexes provide our guests with a fantastic space to enjoy meals and private evenings outdoors. Nonetheless, if you would like to enjoy other views of Madrid skyline while expanding your social life, you can visit some of the various...

read more

Parks and gardens to enjoy in Madrid

In the summertime everybody loves enjoying free time outdoors, and where better than any of the impressive parks and gardens in Madrid? These green spaces invite us to relax, take our fitness routine outside, enjoy biodiversity and discover a few surprises. Let's go...

read more

Markets and street markets in Madrid

Just like many other European countries, Spain has a long tradition of markets and street markets. We can find this type of shops in nearly all Spanish towns and cities; some of them are really old, with centuries of history, others were created more recently, but all...

read more

A Holy Week in luxury in Madrid

The Holy Week (the week before Easter) is a good period for tourism in Spain. On the one hand, we find those travellers who, tired of the cold winter, start to take the Levant beaches and the isles. On the other hand, the cultural interest of these days attracts both...

read more