Discover the best terraces to survive the summer in the capital!
Whether you have already returned from your vacation or you haven’t left yet, we all agree on one thing: August in Madrid it is very hot. That’s why we have prepared a list of the best terraces in Madrid. There, you can have a cool drink, relax and enjoy the city in summer.
The Madrid brewery has opened an ephemeral space in picnic format where you can enjoy an afternoon of beers in good company in the shade of the trees with DJs, concerts and foodtrucks. Definitely a plan not to be missed! 53 Fortuny Street. Subway: Rubén Darío.
This new space opened just a couple of months ago in response to the chronic lack of terraces in the Lavapiés neighborhood. But not only does it offer a garden courtyard hidden from the hustle and bustle of the street, but it is also loaded with an intense cultural agenda: summer cinema, DJs, concerts, colloquiums… A bet that consolidates the neighborhood as one of the most vibrant in the city and that you are already taking the time to visit. Juanelo Street, 17. Subway: Tirso de Molina/La Latina.
Under this name we have two terraces for the price of one, since La Francachela manages the terraces of two of the most active cultural creation spaces in Madrid: MediaLab Prado and Matadero. An offer of handmade and organic products in two perfect places to have a coffee or a snack outdoors and enjoy concerts, workshops and exhibitions. MediaLab Prado: Calle de la Alameda, 15. Subway: Art Station. Slaughterhouse: Paseo de la Chopera, 14 (warehouse 11). Subway: Legazpi.
The Garden of Arzábal Reina Sofia
Although the Reina Sofia Museum is one of the most visited museums in the country, it still keeps many secrets to be discovered, such as this garden, which becomes the perfect place to take refuge from the heat and enjoy the best Spanish cuisine. 52 Santa Isabel Street. Subway: Art Station.
La Tita Rivera
This colorful terrace was born as a showroom for Estrella Galicia to promote their La Tita cans. It was so successful that it decided to stay and become one of the most pleasant terraces in Chueca. Relax with a well-drawn Estrella Galicia, a Maeloc cider or the famous latitas de sangria that were the seed of this urban oasis between Fuencarral and Hortaleza. Calle de Pérez Galdós, 4. Subway: Chueca/Tribunal.
Let us know what you thought of this list of the best terraces in Madrid and tell us what other places in the city you love to visit!