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Conoce los 10 espacios foodies más destacados de Madrid

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Mercado de San Miguel

Reconverted markets, singular, cutting edge spots exuding modernity; modernity that pairs perfectly with the evocative atmosphere that never disappears and makes Madrid so unique. Foodie spots are fashionable for obvious and innumerable reasons. Choosing where to eat goes well beyond making sure you meet your caloric intake.

If Madrid knows about anything, it knows about the blending of cultures. Madrid has markets for all tastes that are on par with anything on offer in New York City, Stockholm and other cities that have pioneered the concept of these foodie spaces. Take note, we’re going to Madrid!

The must-visit gourmet markets in Madrid

Classic, millennial, hippy or preppy, what best defines your traveler’s spirit? We recommend you visit each of these gourmet marketplaces because they all have something unique to offer.

  1.   Mercado de San Miguel (Plaza de San Miguel, s/n). The classic, the pioneer. You must visit the tapas temple housed in a one-of-a-kind building.
  2.   Mercado de San Antón (c/ Augusto Figueroa, 24).
  3.   Mercado de San Ildefonso (c/ Fuencarral, 57). This spot with its London vibe is for those of you with a more urban spirit.
  4.   Mercado de Moncloa (C/ Arcipreste de Hita, 10). The most remarkable feature of this market: its pool. Take advantage of the last days of summer and don’t forget your bathing suit.
  5.   MadrEAT Food Market (Plaza Pablo Ruiz Picasso, 1). Originality is the star at this gourmet market on wheels.
  6.   El Mercado de la Paz (c/ Ayala, 28). Modernity in its purest form.
  7.   El Mercado de San Fernando (c/ Embajadores, 41). An everyday market modernized by young entrepreneurs.
  8.   Gourmet Experience (Plaza de Callao, 2). If you like panoramic views, this is your spot. The best photos of the Gran Via are taken from its rooftop.
  9.   Platea Madrid (Plaza de Callao, 2). The old movie theaters give this must-see spot a theatre vibe. Ideal for fetishists.
  10.   El Huerto de Lucas (c/ San Lucas, 13). Its emphasis on ecological products will make this market a favorite among those concerned about responsible and healthy consumption.

As you can see, there are a wide variety of foodie spots in Madrid. Have you visited any? We would love to know your opinion! Share it with us in the comments.

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