The prime Golden Mile area is where you will be staying during your time in Madrid, specifically at the regal Hotel Unico
which is just as unique as its name suggests, with its grand chandeliers and marble mosaics.
Your culinary adventure begins with a paella cooking lesson and lunch. Madrid is home to some amazing food markets which you will have the chance to visit to stock up on ingredients for your cooking class - be sure to try some fresh seafood and Jamón Ibérico.
Guided by expert chefs, you'll be taught how to whip up a full Spanish menu, consisting of paella, gazpacho (cold tomato soup) and sangria, before tucking in and enjoying the fruits of your labour.
Make the most of the wide array of Madrid's fine dining avenues. Shock your senses with Chef Muñoz’s creative culinary creations at the one-of-a-kind three-Michelin-starred DiverXo restaurant - a dream-like space, where flying pigs adorn the tables and walls and waiters whizz past spooning tomato sorbet into your mouth.
Another great place to dine is Amazonica - a jungle-inspired restaurant with greenery spilling from the ceiling and a medley of Asian, Mediterranean and Brazilian dishes on offer.