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Mercado de San Miguel

There are just some things you should experience while in Madrid. Visiting Plaza Mayor is one of them and another is eating tapas and drinking a clara (half beer, half lemonade) at Mercado San Miguel, a popular covered food market in the city center. Take a five-minute walk to La Mallorquina afterwards for their famous chocolate napolitanas.

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