Why Spain?

Spain is a country of culture and business alike, where classical and modern things live together. The union of a classic wealth and modern buildings. 

Madrid and Marbella represent the biggest areas of wealth in Spain, so this is why we focus our work there.

Madrid is open to every culture and superbly connected. The political and financial capital of Spain encompasses the latest technology in communications and audiovisual media. Thanks to all of this, Madrid is a city to share, a city in which entertainment and business create a perfect balance, a thriving city to visit. However, its cosmopolitan nature has not affected the warm, friendly and passionate character of its people.

Art to the core

Nearly one hundred museums and two hundred historical and artistic monuments bear witness to the history and the art of all the peoples who have been a part of Madrid throughout the centuries. A legacy comprised of illustrious figures, whether born and bred or adopted Madrilenians, such as Cervantes, Velázquez, Goya, Picasso or Dalí. Madrid offers visitors an incomparable tour: the Art Walk (where the three major museums are located: the Prado Museum, the Reina Sofia National Museum and Art Centre and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum), a unique itinerary in the world, flowing through painting and sculpture, architecture and nature, in one of the most emblematic and cherished areas in the city, Paseo del Prado. Madrid’s cultural and historical legacy can be felt in the streets: Hapsburg Madrid, Bourbon Madrid, Medieval Madrid, 19th-century Madrid, Goya’s Madrid or Velázquez’s Madrid, amongst others.

Green spaces everywhere

With almost 3,000 hours of sunlight per year, Madrid is a bright and warm city. Its Mediterranean continental climate is the best invitation to go for a walk. A great number of parks embellish the city and contribute to creating a pleasant and healthy atmosphere, making it, at the same time, the greenest city in Europe. Madrid Río, the new park on the banks of the Manzanares River, offers a wide variety of areas for sports and recreation along its six-mile stretch. The Puente de Arganzuela bridge, designed by Dominique Perrault, and the Invernadero and Matadero walkways, decorated by Daniel Canogar, are other contemporary icons that are now associated with the image of the city in everyone’s mind. The park’s design and construction has positioned Madrid in second place in the world ranking of cities with the highest ratio of green areas per inhabitant. El Retiro Park, where Spanish monarchs once took their leisure, is madrileños’ favorite green spot. However, history is also palpable in other parks which are true gems, such as Sabatini Gardens or Campo del Moro Park around the Royal Palace, the Royal Botanical Gardens in the middle of the Art Walk, Casa de Campo, once the kings’ favorite hunting preserve, and El Capriccio, one of Madrid’s best kept secrets.

Nightlife and entertainment

Madrid offers visitors everything one can imagine in terms of leisure and entertainment. In Madrid days are never-ending and they just merge with the night. Magical, tempting and seductive. Madrid’s nightlife unveils all its charms and indulges in fun. The night comes alive in an interesting network of establishments offering live music, where you can listen to flamenco, jazz, rock, pop, singersongwriter compositions or any other style of music. The city has an extensive repertoire of clubs, bars, and nightclubs for all tastes and ages. And the terraces or outdoor clubs, at ground level or on the rooftops of some of the city’s most iconic buildings, are idyllic and surprising settings for enjoying an evening in the company of others at any time of the year.


Talking about Madrilenian cuisine means we are talking about variety. Over 3,100 restaurants delight the most exquisite palates, adding even more flavour to its gastronomy. Madrid can be considered a melting pot of all the different cuisines in the world and, of course, Spanish specialties as well. Regional cuisines are, indeed, well represented in Madrid, hence the variety of stews, roasts, salads, pastries, wines and liqueurs that compose the city’s gastronomic offering. In addition to its 16 Michelin star winning restaurants (boasting a total of 23 stars), the city offers a staggering variety of dining options, from the most traditional fare to the most sophisticated, cutting-edge culinary creations. Madrid also has exclusive establishments where rooms can be booked to hold private parties or relish the chef’s choice in a more intimate setting. These restaurants are famed for their meticulously prepared dishes, superb service and exquisite décor. In addition, there are numerous markets where visitors can not only buy products but also eat, enjoy a midday coffee or an evening cocktail with friends, watch concerts and see exhibitions or attend a range of other events. It’s a new urban trend.


Shop windows, stalls and stands showcase all of their charms to passersby who, seduced by such a display, can’t but buy something. Going shopping in Madrid is very tempting, given the variety, the quality and the numerous and appealing possibilities one will come across. Visitors will find products for every taste and every pocket, at shops ranging from the most avant-garde establishments to traditional shops in the old part of town. Sophisticated boutiques in Calle de Serrano, alternative outlets Granvia and bohemian shops in the Literary Quarter. Madrid has many styles, as do the plethora of stores that are dotted around the city. Stroll its neighborhoods and find trends to suit all tastes and to fit all occasions. In 2014, Madrid was chosen as the second-best city in Europe for shopping.

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