Cooking Schools

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Besides boasting a host of fine restaurants and bars, Madrid features many excellent cooking schools. Learn how to prepare traditional dishes, develop your creativity, try something new and put your passion for food into motion. And, most importantly, have fun in the kitchen as you never thought you would.


Cookery school with a bookshop and store, which offers traditional Spanish cookery courses in English, among others, in Chueca.

Spanish Cooking Classes in Downtown Madrid.

First private school dedicated to teaching the world of olive growing and extra virgin olive oil.

Le Cordon Bleu is considered by many to be the best cookery school in the world.

Culinary school with courses for all ages and levels, where you can learn to prepare typical Spanish dishes, among others.   

Company specialised in guided gastronomic tours in Madrid, its province and surrounding areas.  

All the cooking accessories and extras you could ask for can be found in this shop in Hapsburg Madrid.

Full cooking courses and specialized classes dedicated to the pillars of Italian cuisine.

A very varied culinary space that can be adapted to the clients’ needs.

No previous cooking knowledge is needed and at the end of the class there is a lunch or dinner to enjoy what you have prepared.

Amazing surroundings to enjoy the cooking with some of the best professionals.

Healthy and organic cooking classes with different kinds of courses to master the art of cooking vegetables.

The aim of this project is to bring you to the world of cooking in a fun way creating easy recipes and learning the basis of cooking.

There is an easy way to learn the best techniques and recipes by the great chefs.

There is a huge central island that is the focal point of their classes and workshops where you can learn from the best chefs.

Located in Puente la Reina, 25, this school offers a wide variety of cooking courses.  Its kitchen is in the centre surrounded by steel and glass panels, where you can learn to make cakes, cocktails, tapas and even cooking for children.

This cooking school is based on excellence and innovation, offering courses at all levels, as well as master-classes and themed courses.  It also offers the possibility of organising a cooking class to share as a group or a cocktail and tapas class.

Its proposal includes cooking and baking workshops as well as brunch workshops.  It also organises private workshops, classes to enjoy with friends or to celebrate a birthday making biscuits. In conjunction with Hello Creatividad, there is also the possibility of some cooking courses online. 

This new culinary school for adults and children alike is located at 13, Calle Joaquin Turina, where a wide array of techniques and recipes can be learned.

Located in Carabanchel, this centre offers diverse cooking courses and workshops for all ages and levels.

Cookery school run by the chef Lola Rodríguez, where all types of culinary techniques and tricks can be learnt to prepare the best paellas and Spanish tapas.

The First 100% Charitable Cookery School run by the Aladina Foundation in collaboration with Gunni&Trentino.

  • No matter what time of year you visit, in Madrid you will enjoy our light and an inexhaustible array of culture, food and entertainment.

    Madrid through the seasons
  • Madrid en todas las estaciones del año
  • Savoury dishes and sweets, tapas and local wines. What and where to eat in Madrid.

    The Flavours of Madrid
  • Gastronomía madrileña
  • All the vegetarian and vegan options in the capital. Fresh products prepared in modern and traditional recipes.

    Vegetarian Restaurants
  • Find out why Spaniards tend to eat later than the rest of the continent, when it's traditional to munch on a "saint's bones" and where you take in a flamenco show with a drink or a meal

    Eating in Madrid (PDF)
  • Guide Eating in Madrid
  • Make room in your tummy because you won't want to miss out on these mouth-watering treats.

    Traditional Sweets
  • Torrijas


  • Delve into Madrid’s exciting food scene with dinner at a Michelin-star restaurant, some tapas in a century-old taberna or a cocktail at a rooftop bar.

    Food and Drink
  • Casa Botín


The city’s new official sightseeing and tourist travel pass.

An observation deck at 92 metres.

Our online store (in Spanish) sells artisan souvenirs.