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Spain’s road to recovery from nearly four decades under fascist dictatorship has resulted in more than a swing to the political left. Perhaps most noticeable is the growing celebration of its huge lesbian and gay community. This is particularly true of capital city of Madrid, where Spanish queers have not only... More
Bars & Clubs in MadridCocktail bar with young clienteleNice cocktail bar with cute barmen and young guys. There is also one TV on the wall, but music is not as loud as in other video bars. Good place to chat with friends.First to Review
Shops in MadridEverything you need with helpful shopkeepersWide variety of toys you can buy here, shopkeepers helps you to choose, they answer even "nasty" questions how to decide. And there is also a fitting room to try the perfect size.First to Review
Hotels in MadridSmall rooms, but well equipped and perfect locationRooms (especially bathrooms) are small, but well equipped (even there is a desktop in the room). No receptionist, so you need to be individual. Great location, in the heart of Chueca, gay district. This also means that it is a bit noisy, but that is normail in city centre.
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On July the 6th, more t...
Thursday Jul 4, 2013 , 3 people are in
Ditch your shirt and head down to Changó for Kluster, Madrid’s...
Saturday Jul 6, 2013 - 12AM to 6AM, 1 person are in
Britney. Gaga. Kylie. Madonna. The DJs at PK2 Sexion will be spin...
Saturday Jul 6, 2013 - 1AM to 6AM
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1. Botin (6 fans)
Oldest restaurant in the world, seriously
2. El Tigre (5 fans)
Always bustling and with good reason
3. La Barraca (4 fans)
A Madrid mainstay for paella for nearly 80 years
4. Chocolateria de San Gines Restaurant (3 fans)
Night owls gather
5. Gumbo (3 fans)
The Big Easy meets Madrid