2. Madrid: Traditional Market Food Tasting and Local Tour
Experience the atmosphere of noteworthy neighborhoods with a walking tour through Chamberí and the iconic gay area of Chueca. Eat like a local and experience the culture of Madrid with stops at two well-known food markets with very different identities.
Wander the tiny streets of Madrid to discover old mansions, trendy art galleries, shopping, and eateries. Learn about the country’s history and the stories behind the traditional foods of this region. Your knowledgeable guide will answer any questions you may have.
Try local specialties from the Barceló Market, a favorite of Madrid natives. Discover local calamari and the quintessential “bacalao” (salted cod) at the fishmonger stand, famous Iberian ham, and fresh vegetables from different regions in Spain.
After, discover the San Antón Market, a hot-spot in Madrid for tapas and wine with family and friends. Choose your stand to try snacks like pinchos, tortillas, croquetas, and ham and cured meat. Sip on Spanish wines, and relax in the convivial atmosphere of this local market.