From Madrid’s oldest taverns to its hip modern hangouts, this is your chance to indulge in tapas – Spain’s most delectable gastronomic treat. Learn some professional tapas tips along the way, as you savor the flavors at popular spots in 3 neighborhoods.
What to Expect
Begin your Madrid tapas tour at a popular market right in the centre of the city, the perfect place to cosy up to Madrid’s food scene. Here, your local tour leader will give you an introduction to Spanish food, and the jewel in Spain’s foodie crown – tapas. Learn about the history of this tasty cuisine over some of the most typical tapas dishes you will find all over the city and country as a whole.
As you continue your tapas adventure in Madrid, head to a typical beach bar of the south — known to as a “chiringuito” — where you’ll be introduced to a few fish dishes and learn a bit about sustainable fishing. Then, to help you digest some of the treats you've just tried, take a walk across the main square, then onwards to the oldest restaurant in the world, getting a history lesson from your local guide as you go.
Next, head to one of the most important old neighbourhoods in the city, La Latina, where you’ll visit a traditional “Copla” (heritage folk music) tavern. There, sample a seafood delicatessen recipe from the north of Spain, along with some organic wines from small family-operated wineries.
Depending on the day, you may also have the chance to try some tapas and wine while overlooking the sunset from a rooftop terrace. Head to the Huertas neighbourhood, where you’ll stop at Madrid’s most famed draught beer bar — the team there are experts the city’s craft beer scene!
Then, it’s back to the 18th century, as you finish your Madrid tour in a historical sherry bar — you’ll feel like time has stopped in this place that maintains the same atmosphere from 100 years ago.
Finish in Puerta del Sol, the central square of Madrid, where you can either go back to your hotel or continue the night along! If you want to keep going, you’re in the perfect spot to explore other neighbourhoods such as Chueca or Malasaña. Just ask your local guide and they’ll lead you to them!
- Local English-speaking guide
- One drink and tapa at each stop (5 tasting stops)
What's Not Included
- Additional food and drink
- Items of personal nature
- Tips and gratuities for your guide
Plaza de la Villa, at the statue in the middle of the square
Know Before You Go
If you have allergies to certain foods, please let us know in advance by sending an email to email@example.com.
Comfortable clothing and walking shoes are recommended.
Note that the child policy includes children from 6-11 years of age inclusively. Children below the age of 6 are not permitted on this tour.
No trip departures:
15 December 2015 - 01 February 2016
02 May 2016 - 15 May 2016
25 July 2016
15 August 2016
09 September 2016
12 October 2016
09 November 2016
09 November 2016
06 December 2016, 8 December 2016
15 December 2016 - 01 February 2017
Comfortable clothes and walking shoes are recommended. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, and hat during the summer months.