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Mercado San Miguel

15,058 Reviews

Mercado San Miguel

15,058 Reviews
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IKONO is a unique space in Spain, a sensory experience where we want you to enjoy photography through the different spaces. In each of our rooms you will experience a different sensory journey where you will live ‘Ikonic’ experiences.<br><br>The experience lasts approximately 60 minutes and is a collection of different worlds where you will come into contact with unique smells, colors and touches. The digital and the original merge in a unique place for your photos.<br><br>At IKONO all ages can enjoy, the only requirement is that you make each space yours, transforming it into a unique place in the world. Being Ikonic is up to you. You dare?<br><br>
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FactotumDellaCitta wrote a review Nov 2020
London, United Kingdom3,714 contributions1,569 helpful votes
We visited pre-covid and the place was always bustling with lots of culinary choices. We enjoyed the signts, smells, and tastes,
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Date of experience: January 2020
2 Helpful votes
Mairwen1 wrote a review Nov 2020
United Kingdom3,930 contributions6,071 helpful votes
Having just been to the local food markets in Barcelona, this was different to what I expected. It's not the place to go to buy your local veg or groceries. Instead, it is a collection of upmarket stalls selling gourmet hams, olives, oysters and seafood and traditional pintxos, tapas, tortillas and paellas. I particularly liked the banderillas (small skewers of olives, anchovies and peppers) and the croquettes. We went in the morning but if I was planning it again, I’d do two things differently. I would go in the early evening instead for a drink and snacks before dinner. I would also have headed here before visiting Retiro Parque to pick up some picnic supplies to eat beside the lake. I can see that some reviews have said that it is over-priced and something of a tourist trap. Whilst you can probably hunt around and find food more cheaply elsewhere, I would still recommend going here. For one thing, it’s all very colourful and enormously appealing. The food is high quality and fresh and is gathered together under the one roof so you can easily sample a range of things. Wine/beer kiosks allow you to sit and have a drink at the same time. It’s an attractive space, set under-cover in a large wrought iron and glass structure that was once one of Madrid’s original food market, built in 1916. GETTING THERE: It is easy to visit this market from Plaza Mayor. It is only a minute or two walk around the corner.
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Date of experience: February 2020
6 Helpful votes
Rsantisteban wrote a review Oct 2020
Miami, Florida221 contributions76 helpful votes
This market provides the funniest and most complete culinary tour of Madrid all in one place. The market has dozens of walk up eateries and sangria/ beer shops that allows you a complete tasting of Madrid’s most common dishes. Small tastings of practically all dishes and products available.
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Date of experience: November 2019
2 Helpful votes
nenasf89 wrote a review Sep 2020
Porto, Portugal207 contributions52 helpful votes
There’s a wide variety of foods you can try so it’s worth going, but keep in mind that being a really touristic place, the prices are a bit inflated.
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Date of experience: September 2020
2 Helpful votes
Gwen D wrote a review Sep 2020
Cincinnati, Ohio1,929 contributions288 helpful votes
Didn't have much time to spend here but did wander through so much husband could have a look at his second European market. Beautiful building and hope to return one day!
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Date of experience: October 2019
2 Helpful votes
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