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Madrid: Local Tapas and Wine Tour with Drinks & Views

1. Madrid: Local Tapas and Wine Tour with Drinks & Views

Enjoy the true art of Tapeo in this experience in which you will discover Spanish gastronomy from bar to bar visiting different neighborhoods. The tour will start at the San Miguel square and head to La Latina, Cava Baja street, where most of the famous sites for Tapeo exist. There, taste traditional Spanish croquettes, particularly ham or even shellfish, of course, a good wine to pair. The route will continue through different bars in the center of Madrid, where you taste typical mushroom tapas or Padrón peppers. Answer the important questions, why are some hot and others not? accompanied by a beer or cider. Near the last stop, the tour arrives in the San Miguel Market, to taste the famous pintxos of Bilbao accompanied by a Txakoli glass. Afterward, walk through the Plaza Mayor and Barrio de las Letras, where famous poets and artists spent the best years of their lives. The last tasting stop is a traditional meat cheek with mashed potatoes, paired with a good wine, preferably red. Can you think of a better ending than going up to a terrace with excellent views of Madrid to enjoy a drink? Have fun and feel unique in your experience in a small group premium tour.

Madrid: Old Madrid Walking Food and Wine Tour

2. Madrid: Old Madrid Walking Food and Wine Tour

Your culinary stroll will begin at 7:00 PM at the Statue of the Bear and the Strawberry Tree (Puerta del Sol). From here, you will begin your tour with a local expert in history and gastronomy to some the most popular tapas bars of Madrid. You will experience the same venues that the locals go to, seeking traditional tapas such as iberian ham, manchego cheese, garlic shrimp, fried cod (a typical tapa from Madrid) padron peppers, bravas, Spanish Omelette, and more tapas according to the tapas bars that you will visit on the day. You will also get to try a delicious dessert of chocolate with churros (in the winter), or ice cream (in the summer). You will also pass by iconic Madrid landmarks such as the Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, Plaza de la Villa (the old city council), San Miguel Market, the Austrian's Neighborhood and the San Gines Church. During your tour, you will learn more about the history of Madrid as well as about the tapas tradition, being able to ask as many questions as you like during your tour.

Madrid: 4-Hour Markets and Gourmet Tapas Walking Tour

3. Madrid: 4-Hour Markets and Gourmet Tapas Walking Tour

Your Madrid gourmet tapas adventure begins in front of the Opera House, in the oldest part of the city. After setting the scene, your expert local guide will lead you towards one of the most famous chocolaterias in town to enjoy a deliciously sweet breakfast of hot chocolate and churros! Afterwards, take a stroll around the city center, as your guide shows you some key landmarks and regales you with historic tales about the Spanish monarchy and the people of Madrid over the centuries.  Your second stop will be the first ever gourmet tapas market in Spain, Mercado de San Miguel, built in 1916. Taste a few different tapas dishes as you hear about Spanish culinary culture, food traditions and the introduction of gourmet markets to the foodie shopping scene.  Next, head to Madrid’s only remaining cluster convent to buy homemade sweets, a proud tradition of Spain. After your visit to the convent, make your way to the neighbourhood of La Latina to discover hidden historical corners and heritage inns from the 18th century. The third stop will be the local grocery market of La Latina. After the tasting, walk through the biggest flea market in Spain, El Rastro. Your guide will give you the lowdown on this popular market. Next on the foodie agenda is the multi-cultural Lavapies neighborhood, home to the original born-and-raised Madrileños, a common name for the people of Madrid. This area has now transformed into an exciting and tasty fusion of world cultures. African restaurants rub shoulders with Asian shops and Indian cafés. Along the way, explore an old Inquisition prison and discover its stories.  Your gourmet tapas tour of Madrid will end in Barrio de las letras, a very bohemian and chic neighborhood in the heart of Madrid. Make a stop at the market in Anton Martin where you will enjoy a tasting of organic olive oil and wine. Spain is the orchard of Europe and its wine and olive oil industries are among the largest in the world. The agriculture is moving more towards organic production now, respecting the land and promoting high-quality products. This tasting will help you better understand this organic revolution. After the tasting, you’ll dig into dishes of delicious gourmet tapas paired with a glass of Spanish wine.

Madrid: 1-Hour Segway Tour with Chocolate and Churros

4. Madrid: 1-Hour Segway Tour with Chocolate and Churros

Climb aboard an eco-friendly, self-balancing Segway for a short but comprehensive tour of Madrid’s historic heart, and discover many of the main monuments from the Middle Ages and Modern Age. Meet your guide for a brief training session. Make your way to Plaza de la Villa, one of the oldest in the city and home of a 15th century palace and the beautiful Casa de la Villa, Madrid's old town hall. Then, cruise over to Armory Square, where you can admire two of the city's most important landmarks: the Almudena Cathedral and the Royal Palace. Enjoy the grand Plaza de Oriente as you glide towards the Sabatini Gardens and the Royal Theatre. Continue down Calle Arenal, a lively commercial street, and finish at Puerta del Sol, the true heart of Madrid. Drive your Segway back to the meeting point and stop by the historical San Miguel Market for a hot Chocolate and Churros.

Madrid: Private Tapas Tour

5. Madrid: Private Tapas Tour

Meet your guide at 12:30 PM or 7:00 PM at The Statue of the Bear and the Strawberry Tree in Puerta del Sol. Your guide is an expert in history and gastronomy. Follow them to the most popular tapas bars of Madrid where the locals go to eat the famous tapas of Iberian ham, fried cod, Spanish omelet, and bravas. For dessert, go to one of the best churrerías in Madrid to have chocolate with churros or ice cream. Pass by iconic landmarks including the Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, La Latina neighborhood, Plaza de la Villa (The Old City Council), San Miguel Market, and the oldest restaurant in the world. During the tour, learn about the history of Madrid and the tapas tradition in a personalized way. Go at your own pace and ask what you want.  Follow the guide to the most popular tapas bars of Madrid where the locals go to eat the famous tapas of iberian ham, manchego cheese, garlic shrimp, fried cod (a typical tapa from Madrid) padron peppers, bravas, Spanish Omelette, and more tapas according to the tapas bars that you will visit on the day. You will also get to try a delicious dessert of chocolate with churros (in the winter), or ice cream (in the summer).

Madrid: Habsburg and Palace Tour with Language Options

6. Madrid: Habsburg and Palace Tour with Language Options

Start your 2-hour hour walking tour soaking up the city and the Habsburg dynasty at the world-famous Puerta del Sol, a favorite meeting point of the Madrileño natives of Madrid. Take a selfie right at Kilometer Zero, the starting point for all of Spain's roads, and admire the lively plaza where people gather to welcome the New Year.  Have a sweet start with a stop at Chocolatería San Ginés to feast on some churros and chocolate to fill up your energy. Then, walk through Madrid's historic center passing through the picturesque Plaza Mayor. See the city's imperial buildings and the legacy of Charles I. Marvel at how Philip II brought splendor to Madrid, and discover the grandeur of the Plaza de Oriente.  Next, discover the Cathedral of Almudena and, finally, arrive at astonishing Royal Palace of Madrid. Here you’ll skip the line with a fast-track ticket and explore this amazing piece of architecture with a smart video guide. Spread over 199,000 square meters and with more than 3,000 rooms, the Royal Palace of Madrid is the largest palace in Europe — two times the size of Buckingham Palace in London. Take time to explore at your own pace for as long as you wish before closing time.

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What people are saying about Madrid

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 23 reviews

Our tour guide Val was amazing! She was so knowledgeable and enjoyable to hang out with. She made the whole experience seamless. The food and drinks were fantastic. We loved the mushrooms and the view at the top at the end. Great tour we will recommend this to our friends coming to Madrid in a few weeks. We will also tell them to request Val she was great!

Carmen was fantastic! She understands a lot about history and makes the best and most varied choices to please everyone! It was sensational.

Great tour with a very good guide Luis, speaks French & English and had a good knowledge about Madrid history, Segway experience was great

Carmen was a great tour guide! This tour was the hilight of our trip and I would highly recommend going.

Good food, good talk. You need to be with tour stomach empty ☺️