Tickets for San Miguel Market and La Cebada: Guided Tapas Tour

Sample the best tapas in Madrid on a 4.5-hour foodie tour

Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date
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Overview
Starting time
11:30 or 18:00
Duration
4 hours and 30 minutes
Highlights
  • Take your tastebuds on a culinary adventure across two gourmet food markets, and sample some great tapas
  • This tour includes vermouth and live music, with up to eight drinks, five product tastings, and a cocktail in a skybar
  • Visit the world's oldest, continuously operational restaurant, the iconic Casa Botín, open since 1725, and Chocolatería San Ginés – famous for its hot chocolate and churros!
Description

It's not a real Madrid city break without tapas and churros. Boasting some of the world's best cuisine, the Spanish capital is a foodie's paradise. Tour the city's iconic San Miguel and La Cebada markets, and indulge your tastebuds with the best tapas in Madrid.

This 4.5-hour culinary odyssey includes vermouth, live music, and at least eight drinks and five tapas tastings. Have dessert in churro heaven, Chocolatería San Ginés, before a stop by the oldest restaurant in the world, Casa Botín.

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What's included
Guided visit of two local markets: San Miguel and La Cebada
Expert English and Spanish-speaking guide
Visit of Casa Botín
Visit of Chocolatería San Ginés
Up to eight drinks
Up to five product tastings
One cocktail at an exclusive sky bar
Hotel pick-up and drop-off
Gratuities (optional)
Instructions
1
We Madrid
Plaza de San Miguel, 7, 28005, Madrid
2
San Miguel Market
Plaza de San Miguel, 5, 28005, Madrid
  • Show your smartphone ticket to your guide at the We Madrid Office, located at Plaza de San Miguel 7
  • Please make sure to check-in 15 minutes before your tour starts!
Changing or cancelling your ticket
  • Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date
  • Changes may be possible for this ticket
Venue
Key info
Live guide
English, Spanish
Insider tip

Casa Botín has had some very distinguished patrons and staff over the years. Spanish Romantic painter, Francisco Goya, was once a dishwasher here, and the restaurant was also a favorite of Ernest Hemingway, who waxed lyrical about the establishment's suckling pig in his 1926 novel, 'The Sun Also Rises'.

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Feb 15, 2020
Had a fantasy night, Dylan was an amazing tour guide and really gave us a great experience

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