每天在 17:00 h
“Tell me what you eat and I will tell you who you are” Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin说，他是一名法国律师和政治家，以美食家和美食家著称。换句话说，食物能说明很多问题。
Each neighborhood in Madrid has a distinct feel to it, and nowhere is this more apparent than at the local markets – so if you’re looking to experience Madrid as the locals do, strolling through these markets is the best way to do it!
By the end of the tapas bike tour you’ll know what authentic tapas are like, which tapas Madrileños like best, and why Spaniards don’t usually sit down at a tapas bar, but eat standing up.
圣米格尔市场(Mercado de San Miguel)
Mercado de la Cebada.
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With 3.2 million residents, most of whom have flocked here from other parts of Spain, Madrid is a very diverse city. Each neighbourhood has a distinct feel to it, and nowhere is this more apparent than at the local markets. If you’re looking to experience Madrid as the locals do, strolling through these markets is the best way to do it!
We’ll take you to traditional markets and centuries-old ‘mom-and-pop’ stores, and you’ll see how some markets have tried to adjust to the demands of the 21st century consumer. By the end of the tour you’ll know what authentic tapas are like, which tapas Madrileños like best, and why Spaniards don’t usually sit down at a tapas bar, but eat standing up.
Our first stop will be the San Anton Market. In the heart of Chueca, this modern market is full of surprises and is well worth a visit. Although it originally dates back to the 19th century, it was rebuilt in 2011 – it’s now a modern building with plenty of spots to buy food, and even some great restaurants.
Still in Chueca, we will visit its other market, the new Barceló Market. A farmers’ market for the 21st century, it boasts around one hundred stalls, a library, and a sports complex, and will soon feature specialist tasting areas.
当我们继续我们的自行车之旅，途经Calle de Fuencarral，就在以下社区之间 丘埃卡 and Malasaña, we will arrive at the San Ildefonso Market – this market is an innovative concept in food-based leisure, entertainment and socialising, in the style of the street-food markets found in such places as London, New York, Singapore and Bangkok.
我们将参观的下一个市场是 大多数情况下，市场. Built in 1946, it’s one of the city’s oldest markets. Today, however, it’s characterized by the incredible mixture of cultures, gastronomy and food from all over the world.
As we make our way to the next market, we’ll pass some important sights in Madrid – as well as getting to know Madrid’s food scene, our tour is great for getting to know the city itself. By the end, you’ll be full of food, but also full of ideas for where to return to and investigate afterwards!
One of the first buildings we’ll pass does not seem mediterranean at all. That’s because the Templo de Debod is a traditional Egyptian temple dating back to the 2nd century BC, which was transported to Madrid’s Cuartel de la Montaña Park and rebuilt in the early 1970s. Interestingly, the Egyptian government donated the temple to Spain to save it from floods, following the construction of the great Aswan Dam.
Another key building we’ll see is the 皇宫, one of Europe’s largest palaces which was home to the Kings of Spain from Charles III to Alfonso XIII – it’s a fascinating journey through the regal history of Spain. Although it’s no longer the royal family’s home, it continues to be its official Madrid residence.
If you’re lucky, you’ll get to see the bi-weekly changing of the guard (Wednesdays and Saturdays) or the monthly magnificent solemn changing of the guard (first Wednesday of the month). It’s certainly a sight to behold!
A stone’s throw from the Royal Palace is the Royal Theatre, one of Europe’s leading opera houses. It was originally commissioned by Queen Isabel II, and has undergone various renovations and changes since it was inaugurated in 1850. Since its most recent reopening in 1997, the theatre has hosted opera premieres such as Don Quijote, Poppea e Nerone, The Perfect American, Brokeback Mountain, etc.
Next up we’ll visit The 圣米格尔市场，接近于 马约尔广场 – it’s one of the most traditional Madrileño markets, which has slowly morphed into a gourmet paradise. It’s worth visiting just to take in the impressive iron architecture dating back to 1919… but more than that it’s a temple for food tasting, not just a food market.
之后，我们将骑车前往位于城市中心的一个传统市场，名为 塞巴达市场 (cebada意为大麦)，位于拉美区。它有一个非常丰富多彩的入口，横跨两层，面积达6000平方米。它不仅提供肉类、水果、鱼类和家禽等标准商品，还提供化妆品、鲜花、眼镜、装饰品和其他任何你可能需要的东西。
接下来我们将访问 El Rastro, which isn’t just Madrid’s most well-known flea market, but it’s arguably Spain’s best-known street market. It’s one of the oldest in Madrid, dating back to the Middle Ages, and there’s nothing you can’t find here – from old coins and clothes, to books and antiques, to bars and food. To fully experience the atmosphere and vibrancy of this place, you’ll have to see it for yourself – it’s open every Sunday and public holiday.
After the Rastro, we’ll cycle to the last market of the day, the Mercado de Antón Martín. The closer we get to it, the more the typical bars and cozy cafes will turn into the florescent lights of butcher shops and delis. The “indie” vibe of this market reflects the neighborhood it is in – the area borders Madrid’s immigrant district and has a truly bohemian personality.
After satisfying our hunger and soaking up the Spanish foodie culture, we will now make our way back to the shop. As we cycle, we’ll pass the 科尔特斯宫（Palacio de las Cortes西班牙众议院在此举行会议。坐落在 文学作品 (这座纪念碑无疑是西班牙新古典主义的杰作之一。有趣的是，入口两侧的狮子是用西班牙-摩洛哥战争期间缴获的大炮的铁铸成的。
在返回我们商店的路上，我们的最后一个兴趣点是。 圣安娜广场. Translated as St Ann’s Square, it’s a delightful mix of bars, cafeterias, restaurants and cervecerias, which all together contribute to a vibrant atmosphere amid the beautiful, elegant architecture. As you might guess, the plaza is also the starting point for an evening of drinking and dancing in the lively Huertas district!