The Madrid guide will show you a city in which tradition and modernity thrive side by side. It is a melting pot of talent, taste and tenacity, all courtesy of a population of fun-loving residents.
The Monocle Travel Series reveals our favourite places in each city we cover, from the ideal route for an early-morning run to the best spots for independent retail. Full of surprises and quirks, they also feature detailed design and architecture pages, neighbourhood walks to get you away from the crowds and our favourite places to eat, be it tasty fast food or something truly celebratory.
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Features: 148 pages, hard cover
Published by: Gestalten
Printed in: Germany
Dimensions: 14cm x 22cm x 1.3cm
(5.5in x 8.3in x 0.5in)
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