Last updated on March 3rd, 2021 at 02:54 am
San Miguel Market Madrid is one of the best spots to visit in Madrid especially if you are a food lover. It’s located in city center and there are always people walking around and trying local tapas or buying food since it’s one of the places to visit in Madrid that you can’t miss.
How to get to San Miguel Market Madrid
If you’re coming to San Miguel Market Madrid you can take line 1, 2, 3 and 5 of metro. There are many buses going near the market and you can also going by walk if you are staying close to city center.
SAN MIGUEL MARKET MADRID
San Miguel Market Madrid is not difficult to find as it is located in the heart of the city just a few steps away from Plaza Mayor, Sabatini Gardens and Puerta del Sol.
This iron structure and covered market is Madrid’s first gastronomy market and accepts as much as 10 million visitors each year. It was originally built in 1916 but renovated and reopened in 2009.
You will find at San Miguel Market authentic Spanish cuisine not just from Madrid but from all over the country. From excellent wine to Iberian ham, San Miguel Market is a delight to the palate. You can find gourmet tapas starting from €2 and all of them are delicious.
San Miguel Market Madrid Opening Hours
San Miguel Market Madrid opening hours from Sunday to Thursday is from 10 am until midnight. And from Friday, Saturday and days before holidays bank from 10 am until 1 am.
After visiting San Miguel Market you can walk around Plaza Mayor, Cuchilleros Street, Sabatini Gardens, Royal Palace, Temple of Debod and Puerta del Sol. You will find people everywhere since this area is quite busy anytime of the day and night time.
Plaza Mayor is another iconic spot in Madrid close to San Miguel Market. It is the home of Madrid’s famous Casa de la Panadería and is as historical as the city itself.
The Plaza Mayor was completed in 1619 and is surrounded by 3 residential buildings and 9 entryways. After walking around Plaza Mayor would be awesome to eat a calamari sandwich.
DINE AT SOBRINO BOTIN
Sobrino Botin is known as the oldest restaurant in the world a culturally significant establishment in Spain. It is a place where the renowned artist Francisco Goya once worked and it was mentioned in one of Ernest Hemingway’s works. Some must-tries include the roasted suckling pig and their egg, chicken broth and sherry soup.
Did you know that you can actually get a free walking tour of Madrid for 2-3 hours? You can learn about Madrid from the 9th century with its Muslim origins and 16th-17th Century with the Asturias dynasty.
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