Plaza de la Cebada, S/N, 28005 Madrid, Spain
A fairly lively market, but not in my top two, I’d say this place is only worth the check out if you’re in the area by chance. This place is not worth the far journey to walk from the main central area, especially given that San Miguel and San Anton are so much closer and have a better selection from a vendor and energy perspective. I thought the area was a nice location and you will likely get some cheaper prices here, but if you’re a tourist - go to the two other markets especially if you’re limited on time!
Great to have a feel of local Madrid, together with fresh groceries, delicious food and drinks if you want to hang around
Fantastic food market. Go on Saturdays. We really like the Portuguese stall on the 2nd floor. Great beer and Tapas.
A bit worn but still an important public market. Could be better presented by staying current on graffiti. Limited vendors open so it had a partially abandoned look. Definitely visit on a Saturday afternoon for an amazing seafood extravaganza. Seafood vendors have fresh caught seafood prepared plus beverages. Like a big party with fresh seafood.
It was a good place to see locals who were there to chill out, and for us to get away from the tourist areas for a while. Downstairs we found lots of stalls that either served food & drink alongside their produce and had small seating areas, or were there solely as a bar or restaurant. We enjoyed the experience.
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