If you have ever spent a weekend in Madrid you are no stranger to late dinners, drinks, never-ending fiesta and usually more drinks. Mañana is always far away until you wake up in need of lots of water and food.

While walking through the streets of Madrid you will inevitably discover some very interesting places. This time around one of the most interesting places was a brand new Barber’s Club called “Compadre“.

During the last few years I’ve grown very fond of Spain’s capital because…well, it’s home. But leaving aside any patriotic feelings, which seems to be a worldwide trending topic these days, the city has so much to offer that you don’t need to be Spanish to fully appreciate its appeal.

Ok, I’ll admit it. I may be a little bit biased when writing a post about Spain and in this case Madrid. It feels like your old pair of Jordans…they are a little beat up, dirty and smelly, but you still love them. This is how I feel about this magnificent city and its vibrant nightlife.