Freelance Travel & Lifestyle Writer
Many people think that tapas are nothing more than a collection of tiny bar nibbles, but in Spain they are integral part of the country’s social life.
While Barcelona has in recent year been the go-to Spanish destination, with its amazing beaches and Gaudi’s Gothic constructs, why not buck the trend and sample the tapas scene in Spain’s capital instead.
Where to start
One of the first things to understand about Madrid’s tapas scene is that the locals take their appetites across a few bars.
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