Lifestyle

The designer María de la Orden shows us that the Maldives, with its beaches and dreamlike landscapes, is the ideal destination for an unforgettable family trip.
Our travel expert Talya Kivanc presents a fantastic selection of books; five works that invite you to explore the world through their pages.
Shapes by NUBA presents an innovative vision of gastronomy, in which aromas, textures and flavors invite us to embark on a journey through the senses.
Wellness manifests itself as the art of taking care of oneself. Shapes by NUBA invites you to embark on a journey towards a healthier and more balanced life.
Shapes by NUBA creates a new look, merging different disciplines to design a new canvas of experiences around art and emotions.
Let's travel back in time to the misty lands of Ireland and Scotland to discover the fascinating origin of Halloween.
Once again, Madrid hosts Apertura Madrid Gallery Weekend, the cultural event that marks the beginning of the new artistic season in the capital.
NUBA Art, focused on creating specialized trips and experiences around contemporary art and culture, has organized an exclusive event for a select group of guests, who had the opportunity to see, first hand, the private collection located in the home-studio of renowned artist Mateo Maté.
Colombia invites us to live an intense journey through its incredible diversity and charm.
Scenario of one of the greatest empires in history, Peru is a country that attracts for its mix of history, exotic landscapes and legends.
Madrid hides many secrets and from NUBA we have visited some of them and we have kept 6 very special ones. From a 19th century pediment, to a pavilion in the shape of hexagons brought directly from the Brussels Universal Exposition, to a palatial building in the heart of Main Street, which you have surely passed many times and never realized what a jewel you had before your eyes.
Madrid hides many secrets and from NUBA we have visited some of them and we have kept 6 very special ones. From a 19th century pediment, to a pavilion in the shape of hexagons brought directly from the Brussels Universal Exposition, to a palatial building in the heart of Main Street, which you have surely passed many times and never realized what a jewel you had before your eyes.