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Mercado San Miguel, Madrid

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Built in 1913 and massively renovated in 2009, Mercado San Miguel attracts visitors with its famous tapas, though there’s much more to try here, from fine caviar to delicious chocolate snacks. This indoor market is part culinary tourist attraction, part cultural center, located in the very heart of the city. Whether you’re looking to buy something specific or just browsing the tempting stalls, it’s worth a stop for the sights and smells of dried ham, fine wine, baked goodies, and other treats offered by the vendors. The entrance is easily identifiable by its ornate iron posts. Discover how to plan a Madrid trip in just a few steps with Inspirock's itinerary builder.
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  • We were recently in Madrid for 3 nights and ended up coming here both days for lunch. When you walk in you feel the energy and curiosity of all the foods to explore. There must be north of 20... 
    We were recently in Madrid for 3 nights and ended up coming here both days for lunch. When you walk in you feel the energy and curiosity of all the foods to explore. There must be north of 20...  more »
  • fancy market, but not like a regular market... more like a food court, full of stands with all sorts of different foods, from finde wines to juices, and pastries to ham and fish. Each stand is... 
    fancy market, but not like a regular market... more like a food court, full of stands with all sorts of different foods, from finde wines to juices, and pastries to ham and fish. Each stand is...  more »
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  • Loved stopping here for food. What a unique experience. Why don't we have this in the states? Totally hip vibe with great wine or beers to choose from. Love olives? There is a station just for that. Love fried bacon, they have it! My only regret was not wearing elastic pants.
  • They had told me so well about this market that I decided to visit it and it has fulfilled the expectations it brought. Traditional food market, but with a strong presence of urban food stalls, especially Spanish as expected. You can find Spanish products, although I expected more variety at the level of culture. It has several international food stalls, also with an important presence of communities from Spain. It is on one side of the emblematic Plaza Mayor. Prices are high but not extortionate and on weekends it is full of people and tourists, it is impossible to walk.

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