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- My wife and I visited the Mercado San Miguel during a trip to Madrid this past spring. It has nice wrought iron work from its origin in 1916. It is covered and contains numerous booths selling tapas, wine, bakery items and other gourmet foods. It is very busy, especially around lunchtime, and gets overcrowded with people wanting a quick bite. We just strolled through but didn’t stop to eat anything because of the large crowd.Written November 29, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- There are sweets in every room and a slide, fun experience for the kids. Multiple colorful rooms and friendly people.Written September 25, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Busy market open every Sunday with loads of open-air stalls selling all sorts of clothes, jewellry and merchanise, both used, antique and new.Written November 11, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We only ended up here because we happened to be staying nearby. If you are in the neighbourhood and are looking for a place to chill for a while, this is pretty cool. There is a restaurant inside and they host shows/ music at night. There’s an open courtyard with some interesting architecture to explore and places to sit and relax away from the busy streets.Written April 25, 2023
- A pleasant neighborhood market, with various kiosks offering ready-to-eat food and ingredients like fish and vegetables. Comfortable for a drink and tapas. Also a larger supermarket in the lower floor.
Not fancy enough to go far out of your way, but honestly more pleasant than Mercado San Miguel, near Plaza Mayor, which has become a crowded tourist trap.
Also enjoyed Mercado de La Boqueria in Barcelona and Mercat Central in Valencia. They're real working markets, so they're usually wrapping up no later than 2 p.m.Written July 5, 2023
- This street was one of the highlights of our trip to Madrid. It might only be a relatively short street but it’s one of the best. It’s a warren of tapas bars, with around 50 or so in the one small area. We started at one end and made our way along them, picking and choosing in a random sort of way. The street follows the curves of the original 12th-century city wall and in some of the bars like Posada del Dragon, you can still see remains of some of the wall.
Our top three places were:
1. La Concha
2. Pousada del Dragon
3. Casa Luca
La Concha was our absolute favourite. A tiny place full of character that served an amazing vermouth cocktail and complimentary tapas. They make their own vermouth which they sell at €12 a bottle. We left with our backpack clinking because we'd bought two.
GETTING THERE: 5 min walk from Plaza MayorWritten December 10, 2020
- Small, local market about 20 minutes walk from the much more touristy (and expensive) San Miguel. Very diverse selection of food retailers ranging from Japanese to Mexican to more traditional tapas. We had Mexican on a Thursday evening and it wasn't very busy but there was a nice atmosphere. Seemed to be mostly locals rather than tourists when we visited. A really enjoyable alternative to some of the more overhyped food markets in Madrid.Written October 2, 2023
- Very nice traditional market with food-stalls and restaurants. It is situated in barrio Salamanca, one of the richest neighbourhoods in Madrid, and therefore everything is so neat and tidy that it almost doesn't feel like a real market. But the stalls and restaurants are fine and the products the sell as well.Written July 22, 2023
- This is a HUGE store! The variety is amazing as well as the prices but be prepared to spend quite awhile here and maybe even get lost here!Written June 17, 2023
- This house is very elegant
You pay 8 euros
But you get to see a lovely palace
Is located in front of CibelesWritten July 10, 2020
- Modern Mall at a Train/Metro Station. I was here to catch a train and since I arrived ahead, I looked around the Mall. It featured typical mall options, places to head, brand/flag outlets etc. Nice place to hang out.Written April 30, 2020
- My twin brother Stephen and I were exploring around the eclectic Lavapies neighbourhood and with temperatures hitting 107 degrees Fahrenheit, August weather was awesome we dropped into Mercado San Fernando for refreshments and what a great afternoon we had in here.
A market hall dating from 1944 ,lots of fish,meat and veg stalls but the emphasis is most definitely on its food court ,so many great pubs,bars ,cafe's and restaurants in here ,we were initially only going to stay for a beer or two but ended up staying all afternoon, we visited places such as Bodega Alimentacion for iced cold beers served with tapa,El Peru for great sandwiches, El Guaje De Lavapies for bottles of Mahou red beer with tapa,La Siempre Llena for amazing vermut's and beers and tapa meals in Bar Lisboa,Bar El Perenquen and Bar La Metro,atmosphere in here was amazing ,loved the time we spent in here ,can't wait to go again, its easy to locate along Calle De Embajadores and well worth checking out if you're in the area.Written October 22, 2023
- I went to the gaming exhibition at Fundacion Canal and was blown away by the quality and size of the expo. I could have spent all day there, but kept it to 3 hours. For only 9 euros, I got a complete history of video games from the 1970s to the present with every single game available to play. I had a fantastic time. This location can't be missed and, though it's not in the city centre, is an easy trip by metro to Plaza de Castilla on the blue line.Written January 30, 2020
- Many shops and variety of purchases. Good prices (depending of brands).
Also variety in food and beverages, but with medium quality.Written January 25, 2020
- Nice place and pleasant situation. Even it is very comfortable when you are with kids, there is playground for them, cafes and restaurants.Written May 8, 2019
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