Every corner of Madrid has a story to tell and the markets that have been supplying the city for almost a century.
Discover with our professional guide expert in gastronomy, a true signature cuisine, gourmet products and a vast culinary culture, today hidden in the renovated markets of San Miguel and La Cebada in the neighborhood of La Latina in Madrid.
The tour will start at San Miguel square, where we will move to La Latina, Cava Baja and Cuchilleros streets, most famous places for Tapeo'; there we will taste typical tapas of mushrooms or Padron peppers: Why some are spicy and others are not? accompanied by a beer or cider.
Near the first stop, the tour arrives at the San Miguel Market, to taste the famous Spanish omelette skewer accompanied by a cold beer. After the visit to the San Miguel Market, we will stroll through the Plaza Mayor and the Barrio de las Letras, where famous poets and artists spent the best years of their lives. Next to Huertas street, our stop is at an old but renovated bar (or "Casa de Comidas"), to taste some cheeks with mashed potatoes and drink a good wine, preferably red. The route continues walking through the Plaza de Santa Ana and the Teatro Español, many terraces in this area, and you will feel and become part of it.
After visiting Plaza Santa Ana, our guide will see you off, giving you instructions to find the Tablao, where you will enjoy an intimate flamenco show surrounded by the incredible atmosphere of the Tablao Flamenco, a hidden treasure in the center of Madrid. Enjoy your drink during the show
• Professional bilingual local guide. Cultural visit to Madrid.
• 4 Tapas stops with wine, beer or soft drinks. Two of them near famous markets.
• Traditional mushrooms or Padrón peppers.
• Spanish omelette skewer and beer.
• Beef cheeks with mashed potatoes and wine.
• Garlic prawns served in terracotta or earthenware dish and wine.
• Flamenco show tickets and 1 drink included.
• Food or beverages unless speciﬁed.
• Hotel pick up or transfer.
• 4 hours
Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability, especially on long weekends and holidays.
We will send you an email with a voucher that you can print or take with you to the activity.
How to make a reservation?
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No (not suitable for persons with reduced mobility)
• Tour subject to availability
• Please, be at the check in point 15’ minutes before departure time.
• This product is subject to cancellation or rescheduling based on inclement weather.
• Please inform us of any nutritional requirements (diet, allergies, etc.) at the time of booking.
• A minimum number of people is required for the tour. If this minimum is not reached, clients will be offered an alternative date, another tour of equal or greater value, or a full refund.
• A minimum number of people is required to operate in languages other than English or Spanish. If this minimum is not met, the tour will oﬀer in English.
• The tour may be aﬀected due to special circumstances.
18:00 - Welcome and briefing by our expert guide.
18:10 - Walking from the meeting point to the Madrid neighborhoods of Los Austrias and La Latina.
18:25 - Visit to a local tavern to taste stuffed mushrooms with beer.
18:50 - Visit to San Miguel Market and tasting of Spanish omelette skewer and beer.
19:10 - Walk around the Plaza Mayor and the neighborhood of Las Letras.
19:20 - Visit to a local tavern to taste cheeks with mashed potatoes and wine.
19:50 - Farewell to our guide and free time.
20:00 Check-in at the Tablao.
20:30 - Flamenco show.
21:30 - End of visit.
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