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A Guide to Workshops in Madrid

Keeping it short and sweet here, we’ve got a guide to workshops in Madrid. We hope it’s of use to you, and if you have any other questions, just ask one of our experts for a hand.

The Venues 

We have up to 40 workshop rooms and counting in Madrid with prices starting at just €30. And here’s the thing, we have a venue to suit any kind of workshop you have in mind. From the private rooms of trendy restaurants to extravagant private residences. Or perhaps you want a lowkey blank canvas of a classroom, or maybe an edgy industrial venue? It’s your session!

The Best Areas in Madrid for Workshops 

Malasaña is an area that is well visited by locals and tourists alike. It’s a charming area full of cafes, markets, bars and everything you’d need to waste a day away. You’ll be up above the throng though, as the workshops in Malasaña are high up with classy interiors and better views.

Chamberi is a stately residential area defined by its gorgeous 19th-century architecture. It’s a dignified area with lots of prominent museums and parks. Workshop rooms here are nostalgic and intimate, with a deep sense of rustic character.

Centro is Madrid’s spiritual, historical and logistical core. It’s centuries-old and radiates old-world charm. It has something for everyone, from part-time historians to tapas hunters. The great thing about workshop rooms is their diversity, with a style for every workshop duly on offer.

What Kind of Workshops Can I Host in Madrid

Madrid is a city that is vibrant with students, business, culture, politics, and leisure. All these fields alive and well in the same city means there is a whole load of workshops for you to sink your teeth into.

You can learn practical business skills like Web development with Le Wagon, advanced negotiation training with high-tech simulators with Negotiation, or SEO with Pibeca or Domestika.

Perhaps you’ve always had a dream of mastering photography? Then make it a reality with Madrid Photo Tour. Or maybe your dream is to be a master woods crafter? If so the Workshop Madrid could be for you.

And if you want an authentic Spanish experience, and just some plain old fun, you can check out these 7 Spanish cooking classes to try with your team. Or if you’re up for it, you can learn some classic Spanish dances with Centro lu Cero. Our point is, you can do it all in Madrid. And if you need help looking and setting up what you’re looking for, just ask our local expert and they’ll sort it out for you!

How to Get There 

Malasaña

  • Public Transport
    • Buses: 1, 002
    • Metro: 2
  • Secure Parking Garages in Malasaña
    • Parking Malayerba – Calle de San Andrés 34.
    • Interparking Barceló – C. de Barceló, S/N.

Centro

  • Public Transport
    • Buses: 002, 5, 7, 12, 15, 20, 53, 150
    • Metro: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.
    • Train: AVE (domestic and international), Alvia (domestic).
  • Secure Parking Garages in Centro
    • Garaje Centro -Calle de los Relatores 11.
    • Parking Público – Paseo de Recoletos 37.

Chamberi

  • Public Transport
    • Buses: 2, 133, 16, 21, 62, C03.
    • Metro: 3, 4, 6.
    • Train: C1, C3A, C4B, C10.
  • Secure Parking Garages in Chamberi
    • Parking Rios Rosas – Calle de Rios Rosas 47.
    • Parking Público – Calle de Fernandes de la Hoz 78.

Catering

Madrid is the capital of one of the premier countries in the world for gastronomy. You’ll be excited to know that Madrid is a literal and figurative capital in this regard!

In Malasana you have an area that is famed for its quirky food scene. There is authentic tapas to be had here too, but make sure to drop by its many Japanese joints as well as the cool breakfast cafes.

Chamberi is best known for its modern and international cuisine, while the centre is where you go to experience local and authentic tapas in the many homely bars and cafes.

For further expert advice, try visiting one of these 10 group-friendly restaurants in Madrid.

Where to Stay

You’re busy, so to save you messing about trying to find someplace to stay, we’ve written this guide to The best luxury hotels in Madrid. If there’s one thing that you can almost always rely on with the hotels in Madrid is that the best ones are in the centre and that they have premier rooftop terraces. It’s the calling card of the luxury Madrid hotel.

FAQ for workshop Rooms in Madrid

A workshop venue in Madrid can cost between €30 - €75. This price can vary depending on the size of the space, technical equipment, staff and catering. Our City Experts can give you a rough quote based on your event requirements.

Workshop venues in Madrid usually come with strong WiFi, projectors, whiteboards, basic office supplies, and refreshments such as tea, coffee and water. On-site printing is also usually available.

The minimum booking time for workshop venues in Madrid is one hour. You can also opt to book them for a half or full-day. If booking for multiple days, you might be able to secure a more competitive rate depending on the availability.

Each workshop space has different cancellation policies. Generally, the earlier you cancel, the more money you can expect to get back. However, it's quite common that last-minute bookings (less than 48 hours before the workshop) are non-refundable.

There are several things to consider when booking a workshop space. Does your workshop include physical activities? If so, we suggest looking for a larger venue to accommodate them comfortably. What kind of furniture and equipment do you need? Is it important that you can move the furniture around during the workshop? If there will be a lot of noise, double-check that the venue is ok with that in advance. Our City Experts can suggest suitable venues based on your requirements.

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