Salsa master David Castellano offers bachata and salsa classes Monday-Friday in the evenings for different levels, beginner to advanced. Classes are 15 euros or one class a week for 35 euros per month. Other class packs and pricing options are available.
This club is ideal for those who want to dance for a bit but have the option to also chill out with a drink. The music varies from live bands to DJs, and you can enjoy it in a space that’s split into two levels: one for dancing and one to relax in with a cocktail.
This spot is Madrid’s most famous Latin nightclub and has many different theme nights, including Cuba-specific parties and drink deals, depending on the day. Some days, salsa or bachata classes are offered earlier in the evening before the club officially opens. Check their Facebook page to get on the list and to check for special events.
This stylish new edition from the Larrumba restaurant group is probably the trendiest Cuban spot in Madrid at the moment. The restaurant is enormous at almost 10,000 square feet, including an interior patio with décor inspired by Cuba’s colorful colonial architecture.
After the Cuban Center of Madrid closed its doors permanently, this restaurant has taken over as the official Cuban meeting point in Madrid. Enjoy Cuban specialties here like Ropa Vieja or visit for mojitos during happy hour. The restaurant also offers carryout and delivery service. You can also eat outside on the terrace, weather permitting.