Discover the most representative places of old Madrid and learn about Spanish gastronomy with an expert guide on a typical itinerary.
This tour will start in the emblematic Puerta del Sol, where the guide will welcome you to Madrid and will explain what you'rere going to do during this experience. After welcoming you at Puerta del Sol, you'ill go to the Autrias neighborhood, where you'll stop for an hour at the first gastronomic stops. You'll 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" potatoes, Spanish Omelette, and more tapas according to the tapas bars that you'll visit on the day. After enjoying tapas like authentic locals, you'll return again to Puerta del Sol where the guide will describe to you this beautiful square, as well as its history and some symbols that are in it. The tour will continue at the unique square Plaza Mayor. During this gastronomic tour, you'll visit iconic places in the city, such as Calle Mayor, Plaza Mayor, where the guide will give you a brief summary of the history of the square, which is the most important in Madrid. Don't miss the opportunity to discover San Miguel Market, the city's most famous food market. After visiting Plaza Mayor, you'll enter Medieval Madrid. In this area, you'll stop at a classic tapas bar where, depending on the day, you'll have the opportunity to try mushrooms or a delicious squid sandwich. On the way to the last stop of the itinerary, you'll visit one of the most beautiful squares in Madrid, Plaza de la Villa, where the guide will give you a brief and interesting summary of this place. You'll also pass by the oldest restaurant in the world, and you'll discover its history. The tour will finish at Calle del Arenal where you'll go to one of the best "churrerias" in Madrid to try the traditional churros with chocolate. In summer you'll have the opportunity to try ice cream. The itinerary will end at Calle Arenal, a 5-minute walk from Puerta del Sol.