From Madrid to Heaven

Hi guys!

Thank you so much for reading and I hope you are doing well 🙂

Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport

As some of you many know, I was lucky enough to start the New Year back home in Madrid! Honestly, Madrid is my favourite city (not just because I’m from there 🙄) but also because there is always something to do!

Today I wanted to share some of my favourite places that if you ever got the chance to visit Madrid, you should check them out!!! There’s definitely a lot more places to visit, but I didn’t have the time to go because I wanted to spend as much time as possible with my family 🙂

Here are some essentials:


Something I really missed about Madrid was food!!! I love eating churros and in England there not many places where I can find them! In Madrid churrerías (vans where you can buy churros to eat on the go, or take home)  can be found EVERYWHERE! And they are so cheap, each churro is like 0.30 €!!! Also you can’t enjoy Spain without having a good Paella!

And let’s not forget about tapas!!! There are so many bars such as 100 Montaditos with really affordable tapas and drinks (as inexpensive as €1!!)

There are also many street fruit markets, generally during the mornings, where you can find really affordable and fresh vegetables!

Breakfast at VIPS restaurant
Food and vegetable street market



Inditex is one of the biggest fashion retailers in the whole world! It’s a Spanish company and you can find their shops (Zara, Mango, Bershka, Massimo Duti…) anywhere in Spain!!

Gran Via (Coat: Primark – Bag: Parfois – earrings: H M)




Can’t explain how amazing Madrid’s city centre is! There are so many historical and also modern places to see suitable for any person’s style and preferences : bohemian, hipster, romantic, skaters…!! Unfortunately this time I couldn’t visit as much as I would have loved, but I will show you more in future posts. Stay tuned!!

Gran Via
Gran Via- Callao
Barrio de Malasaña
Barrio de Malasaña
Barrio de Malasaña
Gran Via
Gran Via
Puerta del Sol
Plaza de España
Gran Via
Gran Via
Barrio de Malasaña
Barrio de la Concepcion




Thank you so much for reading and I’ll see you next time!


Lots of love,



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