Madrid, Spain: What to wear + where to eat, drink, stay & explore
What To Wear For Him And Her
Comfort is key while traveling for both Matt and me, especially when we’ve just arrived in a city. It was equally important for Matt and I to feel fashionable while adjusting to the time zone, as we did comfortable, which is why we stocked up on Paige’s new fall line before heading out to Madrid, Spain.
I loved how on trend each item was in the women’s line — from ruffles and stripes, to velvet body suits, cropped denim, and cute scarf’s to tie in my hair or around my neck. I was SO comfortable but felt so confident and put together. The best thing about these items is they can all be styled together. I wore one pair of jeans with three tops and looked like I had a new outfit on each time.
For the men’s line, I was really impressed with the soft fabrics making these items not only look amazing but they feel even better. I swear if I could sleep in these Croft jeans I would. The bomber was also perfect to bring along for a day full of exploring because Madrid can cool down at night.
Where To Eat: Madrid Restaurants
- Goya Restaurant located in the Hotel Ritz (expensive but worth saving up for the experience)
- Mezcal Lab for affordable – bar section of one of the greatest restaurants in Madrid, Spain right now (Punto MX). Must order the fish and pork taco’s
- San Gines Churro for dessert
- Museo Reina Sofia Arzabal – beautiful garden lunch with great Veuve Cliquot bar inside
Where To Drink: Madrid Bars + Coffee Shops
- San Miguel Market – great for drinks and tapas
- Toma Cafe – best specialty coffee + avocado toast
- Rooftop Victoria Hotel – one of the best views in the city
- Park at the Hotel Ritz – drinks and Tapas
Where To Stay: Madrid Hotels
- Hotel Ritz – historical and classic Spanish hotel
Where To Explore: Madrid Attractions
- Calle de la Cava Baja – if you’re looking for somewhere that isn’t touristy, this is a great place to visit during the day for tapas
- Parque de Oeste – Rose Garden – free attraction and super picturesque
- Museo Sofia Reina – best to visit this museum in the morning before it gets too busy