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Marta and her sister make customized cakes, cupcakes and cakepops for all events, and they also teach cake and cupcake decorating. They do birthday celebrations for children 8 years and over that consist of a cupcake decorating workshop and a snack. These workshops can be held in Spanish or English....

Real Jardín Botánico de Madrid is an 8 hectares botanical garden in Madrid. The public entrance is located at Plaza de Murillo, next to the Prado Museum. The garden was founded in 1755 by King Ferdinand VI. Today's garden is divided into seven major outdoor sections and five greenhouses which allow the...

Dehesa de la Villa is on the north-west side of Madrid, near Ciudad Universitaria. Its main feature is that it is still a woodland area full of pine trees, although you can also see almond trees and cork trees as well. Metro: Francos Rodríguez and Valdezarza         Recommended by Tania Lopez Contact Details: C/Dehesa de la...

This park was designed as a  place for strolling and resting. This is an ideal play area for children, with it’s spacious stretches of lawn,  shady trees and sandy paths. With an area of ​​around 100 hectares, this important green space is between the A Coruña road, the University City and...

A very tranquil park, perfect for a stroll with a buggy. This is more of a formal garden than play park. The park was created by the Duke and Duchess of Osuna in 1784. The Park houses important botanical, sculptural, and artistic treasures. Among them are shrines, hermitages, fountains, small plazas,...

Established in 2001 by Beatriz Carro de Prada, BRS provides professional relocation assistance to executives, individuals and families coming to Spain from all over the world. They have offices in Barcelona and Madrid. "We are passionate about providing the dedicated staff and efficient processes to make your move to Spain seamless...