Madrid, Spain

A city that never sleeps—by night at least, the midday siesta remains
a Spanish constant—Madrid invites you to dance the night away at all hours, to a tempo of your choosing.  Recent renovations and a rising tide of hipness might have sanded away some of old Madrid’s rough edges, but not an inch of its spirit.

Spain’s capital is known as a cultural and culinary hub throughout Europe,

deservedly so. Arts and architecture are on the rise and the cuisine is past compare. Do not pass up the tapas and paella during your visit, as Madrid’s culinary wheels are constantly being reinvented by new and ambitious chefs that keep the food as innovative and contemporary as anything at the Prado.