Loose regulations: Madrid is becoming a party hotspot for tourists despite the high corona numbers


It only took Julie an hour and 15 minutes to walk to paradise. That’s how long the flight from her hometown Toulouse in France to Madrid took. “Here we can finally really live again and recharge our batteries, it’s heavenly,” says the 23-year-old in a bar in the Chamberí district of Madrid with a big smile and shining eyes before she takes another sip of beer. Her friend Anne nods in agreement. And that despite the fact that Madrid has the highest corona numbers in the country.