Are you looking for specific travel plans to natural spaces that become spectacular in autumn? For example, in the Ambroz Valley (Extremadura), “Magical Autumn” is celebrated with activities, such as hikes, artisan markets, photographic rallies, etc.
To mark the inclusion of the Paisaje de la Luz (Landscape of Light) on the UNESCO World Heritage List, from 29th to 31st October, the city will be celebrating the first edition of LuzMadrid. Madrid’s International Festival of Light that will adorn the late autumn evenings with art and creativity in a unique experience.
The cultural producer and manager, Yolanda Bergareche, is directing an immersive exhibition with more than 1,000 images of paintings by Goya via 35 large-format screens with a height of up to five metres. This exhibition can be seen from 5 October to 16 January at the Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa.
After 18 months of forced break due to the coronavirus pandemic, 562 days in total, the musicals return to the Gran Vía in Madrid. It is another sign that little by little normality returns to life. The main theatres open their doors to large-format productions in the capital of Spain and, therefore, citizens can enjoy the shows again.
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