Alternative tours Madrid
Different point of view
Our alternative tours Madrid will offer you an insider cultural, technical and historical perspective. Listen to the stories that our local experts have carefully edited and prepared for you. Learn about the modern and post-industrial building styles, and the most important women figures in the Spanish history.
Updated alternative tours Madrid
Cooltourspain team members are continuously exploring different ways of showing travellers the city during our alternative tours Madrid. Navigate in our street art blog and subscribe to our monthly newsletter for the latest things to do in town related to the graffiti community. Check our facebook page for weekly events.
Local professional guides
We collaborate with experienced architects, activists, historians and professional chefs to develop our differentiated activities. Our team will show you the real culture in an alternative way! Experience Madrid like a local, visiting the spots where Spaniards hang around and discover places that you would have done in your own.
We will suggest you to join Emilio's guided tour in order to visit Madrid's architecture in an educational way. His wide knowledge & passion for the industrial building structures and typical corralas will let you discover the places where people used to work and live over the past centuries.
Social equity empowerment
Patricia is a leading activist for the LGBTQ community in town and an event promoter. Her alternative alternative tours Madrid focus on discovering the history & efforts of important Spanish women. Hear about how social justice & equity should be in our country according to Cooltourspain's core beliefs.
Non-disclosed historical facts
Listen to Gerardo's stories during our alternative tours Madrid. How did 'madrileños' (local people) lived during the XVIII and XIX centuries? Spray paint over an A3-sized paper your own artworks observed during this personal approach to Madrid's history. Rediscover the most important facts & events around Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol and the Royal areas.
'Le Cordon-Bleu' chefs
Antonio is a local entrepreneur who owns a little sloppy-food restaurant called La Malanga. He will offer you an alternative insight into Madrid's cuisine at his hidden gem located inside La Cebada food market. Hispanic chefs have high-end preparations prepared for you in a cheap price, according to the quality of service and products eaten.