Globetrotters| Madrid, Spain

As we come to the end of January [about damn time, doesn't it feel like this month has lasted for a year], it is time to, hopefully, wave goodbye to the cold weather, feeling like death warmed up from the flu and say hello to the beginning of Spring, kinda.

I don't know about you but I often find myself looking at holidays around this time of year, to get away from the dullness of the British weather and go somewhere a little bit more warmer, not too warm though as I will come back looking like a tomato. Due to this, I thought I would put my Globetrotters series [yeah, remember this blog series that was supposed to be monthly but turned out I am useless at remember to do it], to use and well.

So we are off to sunny Spain today...

Madrid, Spain
  • Madrid is the capital city of Spain, has more than 3.1 million people living there and is the third largest city in the EU, after London and Berlin
  • Popular tourist destinations include: Royal Palace of Madrid, the Royal Theatre, Buen Retiro Park, 19th Century National Library, Cibeles Palace and Fountain
  • It's Spain's most visited city
  • The warmest month is July, with temperatures reaching 32-33 degrees, and the coldest month is either December or January, where they have snowfall and frost.
  • Madrid is made up of 21 districts and is a part of the Metropolitan Area, which consists of Madrid and forty surrounding cities.
  • Through the streets of the city, there are a variety of outdoor sculptures and there are numerous museums to go and explore in
And there we go, I totally want to get lost in Madrid, it sounds like such a splendid city!
Until next time
All photographs are my own


  1. Madrid is an incredible city. I've been there so many times, it never gets old. I'm sure you'd love it :) x

    1. It looks amazing and so pretty. I need to go and explore there ASAP! x


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