Rodrigo is a traveler soul, he was doing free tours around the world since he remembers and always thought he wanted to be a guide as them in his city. Curious about history and anecdotic moments of it, completely in love and proud of the Spanish character and way of life, he feels real passion telling and showing how Spanish are to the world.
Rodrigo's Madrid Tip!
Take off your watch, no time for stress, see the Latina zone and have a beer outside, meeting people, walk slow till find a good tapas bar... just enjoy Madrid.
Enthusiasm is Leticia’s most defining trait. But this is not a light, casual and comfortable kind of enthusiasm but, rather, that which is born from amazement and that is followed by an insatiable curiosity. Because of this, Leticia never stops searching for new experiences and knowledge, and, although she is native from Madrid, she has travelled through more than twenty countries. She has studied Philosophy, Archaeology, Art, Classical Culture, etc. She loves to share what she learns and her career has always been linked to outreach activities: she has worked as a university professor, has several publications, and participates in international seminars. When she is not conducting our tours or researching, she likes to get lost in the city to explore its most hygge corners.
Leticia's Madrid Tip!
Do not miss the sunsets of Madrid! We have one of the most incredible skies and the sunsets are spectacular. There are many places to admire them, but the most impressive view is undoubtedly from the park Cerro del Tío Pío (also known as the Seven Tits Park).
He is a lawyer, a political scientist, and a languages enthusiast. Jaime has been wandering around the world before finally deciding that he had to come back to his birth town to work as a guide.
There is no greater job: sharing with travelers the history of a city and the history of its citizens and sharing its secrets and treats.
Madrid is a city of meetings and missed encounters, a cosmopolitan capital and a small Castilian village. It is a city that has to be discovered step by step, dancing to the rhythm of its inhabitants, sometimes wild and frenetic, some others, mild and smooth.
Jaime's Madrid Tip!
Very close to Atocha train station, you will find Casa Neo-Mudéjar, a forefront arts center settled in the ancient garages of a railway company. If you enjoy contemporary art combined with XIX century industrial architecture, you will love it!
The Arts are as fascinating as they are complicated. That, however, did not discourage Barbara from dedicating her life to them, and she found herself studying what she was most passionate about History of Art. She then discovered a new passion: communicating her endless curiosity and discoveries to anyone who would listen. She finally made it to Madrid, and she immediately fell in love with it. The circle was complete: humanities, curiosity, Madrid and communication pretty much sum up her every day life.
When she’s not leading on of our tours, she works for the Town Hall giving tours in museums. She loves working both with children and adults, as she says “there’s a thousand different way to tell one same story”. Her tours are very interactive, her philosophy is “if you want a lecture go to University!
In her free time she is a very keen boxer and loves live music, especially rock, blues and jazz.
Bárbara's Madrid Tip!
You want a find some peace amongst the city’s hustle and bustle? It does exist! Find the Plaza Conde de Barajas, near the Plaza Mayor, or the Huerto de las Monjas, for some profound tranquility in the center of town!
Born and raised in the city of Madrid, Samuel graduated in Business Management a few years ago. It was by curiosity that after finishing his studies, he decided to take his life on a different course and travel around the world. He lived for some time in Germany, the United Kingdom, Australia and, Latin America. Now he lives in Madrid where with passion, he shares all the secrets from his hometown. He loves photography! so you could probably find with camera in hand, shooting the most colourful corners of the city.
Samuel's Madrid Tip!
There is nothing more "madrileño" than waking up early on a Sunday morning and get lost in one of the biggest markets in the world, El Rastro. The atmosphere is just amazing, and you will feel the warmth of this multicultural city!