Orientate yourself with our Madrid A to Z which explains those funny sounding place names you'll encounter throughout the website!
Spanish for OCCUPIED commonly found on toilet doors.
Central Madrid Metro station named after the Portuguese city of the same name. In English Porto.
Used in shops, supermarkets and tour agents to signify "Special offer" .
Spanish for EAR but commonly used to refer to the tapa that is made from pigs ear.
Spanish for OYSTERS and frequently encountered on the menu in seafood resaurants or as part of the sauca (salsa).