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  • El Retiro

    Madrid’s answer to New York’s Central Park is a warren of paths carved in green with a large, central man-made lake and plenty of space (330 acres)... More
  • El Zoco Nazar

  • Electra Rioja Gran Casino

    Postmodern bar in the corner of a small casino that pours wonderfully acidic Viña Soledad 2005, a white from Bodegas Franco-Españolas ($1.95); the ... More
  • Els Quatre Gats

    Since 1897, Els Quatre Gats (“The Four Cats”) has served many purposes: pub, café, hostel, cabaret, and restaurant. Located on the ground floor of ... More
  • Elysium Travel Spa

    An impressive menu of rejuvenating treatments is offered at this full-service sanctuary (an outpost of an upscale Spanish spa chain). Massages (fro... More
  • En Línea Barcelona

    Founded by Javier Serra in 1987, En Línea Barcelona is one of the city’s most prestigious furniture and interior design stores. The store sells ite... More
  • Ensanchez

    The shop is known for its colorful leather purses, designed by one of the owners. More
  • Es Jaç

  • España and América

    Created in 1981 by Quito-born painter Oswaldo Guayasamín—famous in South America for his politically charged work—these two coordinating murals jux... More
  • Estro

    This unassuming shop stocks exquisite Italian leather goods: buttery-soft black flats from Pompeii and bags from the Sicilian line Bid Hand Made. More
  • Estudio Hispánico

    Regular intercambio exchanges allow students to mingle with native spanish speakers. The Marbella center offers flamenco dancing, golf, and tennis ... More
  • F. Peter Herff II

    Years as agent: 35. Other specialties: Italy, the Iberian Peninsula. Consulting fee: From $350. tor@jensenworldtravel.com More
  • Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre

    The only Madrid outpost of the Royal Spanish Mint, this shop sells limited-edition commemorative coins, as well as stamps, engravings, and reproduc... More
  • Flamenka

    This flamenco emporium has a huge inventory: CDs, DVDs, how-to books, guitars, castanets, and accessories from shawls to ornamental hair combs to j... More
  • Flor de Lis

    The menus are printed on old vinyl LPs, which should be your first hint that DJs get this joint jumping during dinner and keep it going until the w... More

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