A great place to see an array of fabulous tapas and wines. Nice to stroll around with a glass in your hand but be warned it is very busy but it is enjoyable and a must too see.
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An indoor market in the city centre where you can find different types of dishes. Crowded at lunchtime, but you can always find a standing place by the window as people don't spend much time in the same spot. Everything I had was great -...More
We wandered into this market on a rainy Saturday afternoon and stayed here all afternoon. The market is jumping and the atmosphere is amazing. Lots of different stalls selling all different types of food from oysters and champagne to beer and cheese. You can’t be...More
The market opens late so after I had hoped to go for an early coffee, I returned to pick up some takeaway lunch. Unfortunately, having spent a while in Valencia, often shopping in the central market, this was a disappointment. The prices were sky-high and...More
I ate in this great market for 3 days. Paella (Negro, Seafood, meat, vegitable, full and tapa size), dozens of seafood pinchos(small one was just 1€), variously arranged mozzarella cheese, ham(they have small cup of fresh ham, 3€), pizza, sandwich, cake, beer, wine, etc.... I...More