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Mercado de San Miguel, Madrid

Near Plaza Mayor is this indoor market, identifiable by its ornate iron posts.

Near Plaza Mayor is this indoor market, identifiable by its ornate iron posts. Built in 1913, it's full of a wide range of high quality food. Even if you're not buying anything, it's worth entering for the sights and smells of dried ham, fine wine, freshly baked goods and other treats from the vendors inside.


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About Mercado de San Miguel

 Plaza de San Miguel, s/n, Madrid, Spain

 +34 915 42 49

 www.mercadodesanmiguel.es

Mercado de San Miguel and Nearby Sights on Map

Plaza Mayor

Perhaps the best known plaza in Madrid, this impressive square is now one of the main stops on any tourist visit

Mercado de La Cebada

Once a glass and iron market of the late XIX century, it is now a vaulted concrete building which still serves as a neighborhood market

Catedral de la Almudena

This massive cathedral faces the Palacio Real

Gran Via

Palacio Real

The Palacio Real (Royal Palace) is an enormous palace, one of the biggest in Europe, with scorching plains of concrete around it

Puerta del Sol

This plaza is the heart of Madrid and one of the busiest places in the city - a hub for the local transit system, a favorite meeting spot for locals, a visible area for festivals or political demonstrations, and a opportune location for tour guides, street performers, pickpockets and anyone else looking to take advantage of all the tourists on hand

Real Academia de Bella Artes de San Fernando

Highly impressive art collection with paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints

Cuartel del Condeduque

Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum of Art

Contains a large art collection including masterpieces by Monet, Goya, Degas, Renoir, Van Gogh, Picasso, Mondrian, Bacon and Lichtenstein

Templo de Debod

An Egyptian temple, located in one of Madrid's most beautiful parks