Madrid in the Winter

Madrid in the Winter

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Sometime in 2016, I completely fell in love with the capital of Spain – Madrid.

After a less than stellar experience in Barcelona, Madrid felt amazing to me. Personally I think Madrid is kind of like the New York of Spain while Barcelona is more LA or Miami style. Madrid is classy, elegant and is the epitome of its country.

While Spain is known as a summer destination, it’s actually quite wonderful in the winter, when all the tourists have gone home! I spent three wonderful weeks this past February in the Malasaña district, a trendy neighborhood filled with small shops and hidden restaurants, and the neighboring area of Sol, the city center.

This was my third visit to Madrid, so I was really focused on “slow travel” for relaxing, and taking the city in as a local would.

After wandering the streets every time I could, I gathered some of my favorite photos to share with you from gorgeous Madrid – certainly to inspire you to pay the Spanish capital a proper visit!

Malasana, Madrid
Malasana, Madrid
Apartment Buildings Madrid
Malasana, Madrid
Madrid
Madrid
Royal Palace, Madrid
Sol, Madrid
Sol, Madrid
Iglesia San Andrés, Madrid, St. Andrew's Church, Madrid
Iglesia San Andrés, Madrid, St. Andrew's Church, Madrid
Plaza San Andrés, Madrid
Iglesia San Andrés, Madrid, St. Andrew's Church, Madrid
The Garden of the Prince of Anglona, Madrid
Sol, Madrid
Sol, Madrid
Sol, Madrid
Sol, Madrid
Plaza de la Villa, Madrid
Plaza de la Villa, Madrid
Pink building in Sol, Madrid
Sol, Madrid
Sol, Madrid
Chueca, Madrid

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