Mercado De La PazCurrently Closed
- Address: Centro Comercial La Paz, Calle de Ayala, 28, 28001 Madrid, Spain, 28001
- Timings: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +34-914350743
- Fax: +34-914261876
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Market, Family And Kids, Retail, Supermarkets And Groceries, Landmarks
If you love to explore local markets but want to avoid the tourist spots, the Mercado De La Paz is just the place for you. Be it meat, fresh fruits, seafood, baked goods or wine- the market offers it all and more.
The small eateries that serve fast food make for a great place to try the local flavours while a walk here is perfect to explore the city like a local.
- By Metro/Subway: Serrano
- By Bus: Velazquez-Ayala
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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0.23% of people who visit Madrid include Mercado De La Paz in their plan
95% of people start their Mercado De La Paz visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Mercado De La Paz
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Mercado De La Paz
Very fresh food. We had an excellent experience in buying fresh Salmon , let them cook it for us. I enjoy the market very much.
Productos de alta calidad. Comidas caseras. Puestos de carne, pescado y fruta. Administracion de loterias. Panaderias, pastelerias y bares/ restaurantes. Todo de calidad. Precio alto
This is one of my favourite markets s in Madrid. They have everything you need. It has gotten a little more upscale. If you can try the tortilla at casa Danni, it is the best in the I have had. The downside of this market is that it is extremely busy on weekends. You will have to throw some elbows in order to get through.
You know the score, early morning flight for a city break and after travelling and dropping bags it's early afternoon so you go for a walk. Happened across this place and who doesn't like a Spanish market that is so beautifully crafted with everyone proud of what they specialise in selling. We found a little Venezuelan Restaurant, run by two girls that turned out fresh tasty fare. We ended up here shopping for oil, Pico's, Honey and a few other things to take home. Well worth seeking out.
A. Great local market to get some tapas