First Time in Madrid Food Tour
€ 30.00 Adult
Bookings should be made in advance by email.
This is a self-guided tour which requires the download of a smart phone app. Although the tour will be downloaded into your device after purchase, minimal cellular data is required when claiming the bites. Please make sure you have access to cellular data
Mondays to Saturdays - 10:00- 21:00 (Bite #3 closes at 18:30), Sundays- 10:00- 18:30. Bite #2 is closed daily, between 14:00 and 17:30. No tours are available on national holidays. Duration: 4 hours. Starting Point: Plaza de Isabel II, 4, 28013 Madrid.
Note that you may be asked to wait to receive your bite, depending on server availability, and seating may not be available.
This is a self-guided tour which requires the download of an smart phone app. Bitemojo is an application that provides the user with self-guided neighborhood culinary tours in cities across the world. Bitemojo takes the user on a journey through the given community’s vital history, identifying key points of interest along the route to the tasty bites of local cuisine.
Nobel Prize-winning American author Ernest Hemingway once called Madrid "the most Spanish city in Spain." All it takes is a stroll through the city center to understand exactly what he meant. Alongside monuments and palaces from the glory days of the empire, you will find flamenco clubs, matador rooms, soccer club paraphernalia, and a city dripping with upscale culture.
The tour takes you past the Teatro Real, the central plazas and monuments of the city, and the culinary icons that have spread the message of tapas throughout the world. Madrid, a city that cherishes its past, places golden plaques outside of every business that has passed the 100-year mark. Don't be surprised if you begin to feel a little like you are on a yellow brick road!
As befits this cosmopolitan city, the cuisine of various regions in Spain are represented here, as are family tavernas and tapas bars, all full to the brim with Madrileños who have chosen to devote themselves to comida (dining), fiesta (partying), and of course, siesta (that notorious afternoon nap)!
- Empanda and croquetas filled with cocido meat, plus a cup of caldo soup, or a vegetable filling and a cup of salmorejo soup garnished with chopped hard-boiled egg.
- Licor de Madroño chaser served in a small chocolate-covered ice cream cone with whipped cream and touch of jam.
- Valencian seafood paella with a slice of Serrano ham or Spanish tortilla (omelet) and a side of potato salad in mayonnaise with a cup of Estrella Dam beer.
- Two churros with a cup of hot chocolate and a Cortado.
Excluded: Transportation - Additional Food and drinks at participating vendors
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