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About the guru Omar
I am Omar, a university student in international relations and together with some friends we have proposed that you get to know the unknown side of our country. We are young people, passionate, open to everyone so that not only you can learn in the tours, but also we will learn from you. If there is one thing we like about this group of friends is travelling, and we want ... More »
I am Omar, a university student in international relations and together with some friends we have proposed that you get to know the unknown side of our country. We are young people, passionate, open to everyone so that not only you can learn in the tours, but also we will learn from you. If there is one thing we like about this group of friends is travelling, and we want to make you enjoy your visit to Madrid as much as we can. We are university students, our age is around 20 years old so we want this experience to have a young and open touch for everyone. We are studying different degrees, and we are from different parts of the country, although we know Madrid perfectly and it is this mixture that makes us such a diverse group. We are not official guides and we don't want to look like it because we love their work, we are just young students willing to live another experience in Spain. Come and join us to enjoy a different, young and exciting Spain..
About the tour
A group of university students invites you to get to know our country from a totally new perspective. To do this, we created a tour in which you can get to know the most unknown Spain, its customs, tradition, languages, diversity and the movements that have transformed us since the arrival of democracy in 1975.
These students intend to teach that hidden Spain and for that they have chosen their capital, Madrid, the meeting point of that diversity. We will visit the most important streets and places of Madrid learning from these movements and transformations.
The meeting place will be the underground gate of Chueca. The starting point has a lot of symbolism because there, has taken place the struggle of the LGTBI collective, one of the most important gay neighborhoods in Europe. The tour will continue explaining this recent history through places like Malasaña, Gran Vía, , Sol, Cibeles, Néptuno and we will finish in the Spanish parliament where we will explain the democratic process of this country.
Our guides are students (not official guides, totally different work) who want to help you 100% to know the most local Spain.
We see each other on the meeting point to enjoy this experience accompanied by our students, for a way to know Spain in a local, fun, cheerful and most importantly open to anyone.
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