Located in the Almagro neighborhood, Coque is one of Madrid’s more detailed dining moments, and it stands strongly on its own as an envy-maker when sharing your experience with friends.
We visited the restaurant just a week after they were recertified as a Michelin Star restaurant (two stars) and it was easy to see why they’ve maintained such a status. Here’s a review of our experience at Coque.
Kévi knew his appreciation for Black history in Paris needed to be shared, so he created Le Paris Noir, which offers an alternative and authentic vision of Paris, giving a historic and contemporary vision of the Black communities in Paris.
In 2014 Jacqueline had a vision. A way to connect visitors with the small businesses of the Goutte D'Or neighborhood in Paris, better known as Little Africa. We sat down with her to discuss her movement and more.
When you think of the term ‘sommelier’ what image generally comes to mind? If it‘s an antiquated image of a dapper, middle-aged white man spinning and sniffing a glass of fine wine with his pinky finger held high, then a quick Google image search will confirm your perceptions, until now.
Meet Chicago native, but current Parisian-expat & wine sommelier, Tanisha Townsend.
Oslo definitely set itself apart as a city of art. From the sculptures in Vigeland Park & seeing Munch’s “The Scream” in person at the National Gallery, to experiencing dope black musicians at Oslo World, the city showed its quiet surface hid an underlying current of creativity. Here's our guide to exploring the city.
Stockholm’s chill vibe makes this bustling city worth a visit. Sweden’s capital city has a lot to see and we spent a couple of days in town to give you a guide to where and how to spend your time.
"Since this was my third time visiting London I wanted to go outside my comfort zone. Being a city girl, I knew a day trip to the countryside would be the perfect adventure for me. I decided to visit the Birling Gap because I wanted a break from the fast pace life accompanied by the city. I wanted to explore and feel the vulnerability that first time visitors feel."
The ladies of Curlture have put together the definitive guide to having a black experience in London!
Paris doesn't have to be expensive. Check out Black & Abroad ambassador Diam's guide to doing Paris on the cheap!
Monica recalls the first town she visited during her quest to find a new home in France.
Black & Abroad ambassador Mateo recalls his adventures in Iceland.
Black & Abroad ambassador Tanisha gives us a peek into France's (unclean) hand in slavery.
Black & Abroad ambassador Serita imagines a place that eventually became home.
Black & Abroad ambassador Amir shared his experience in Sevilla with us a few months ago! Now check out the the rest of his journey through the southern coast of Spain!
Black & Abroad ambassador Amir takes a trip to Andalusia to give you a true taste of Spain.
During her trip to Normandy, France on June 6th, famously known as D-Day, Black & Abroad ambassador Kiera notices something very key to the history of this famous day is missing. Read her experience to find out what's notably absent from France's D-Day celebrations.
A long layover is a great way to see a city for less! Let our ambassador Tanisha show you how to maximize those layovers in Europe!
Black & Abroad ambassador Andrew takes us on his weekend trip to Reykjavik, Iceland and shows us what a trip to this otherworldly place should look like.
When planning a visit to Spain, people often find it hard to decide between spending their time in Barcelona or Madrid. Black & Abroad ambassador Amir compares his experience with both cities to help you decide which is best for you.
Sometimes, the best plans are the ones made at the last minute! An impromptu road trip led old college friends on a girls' trip from Germany to Amsterdam for a weekend to remember!
While Paris is one of the most visited cities in the world, people also say it’s one of the most expensive. Trust us, it doesn’t have to be!
Here are a few ideas for a day in the city experiencing life like a local and leaving you with some euros to spare.