¿Tienes Hambre?

Who’s hungry?

“Spanish food is considered a Mediterranean diet – not Mexican. So while you might be expecting amazing amounts of salsa and refried beans when in Madrid, you’ll be in for a (hopefully pleasant!) surprise. You won’t find tacos and nachos on every menu– instead, you’ll be delving into little appetizers that make up a big meal – with a multitude of ingredients from shrimp, to eggs, to ham croquettes. Spanish food uses fresh, high quality local ingredients, and can vary depending on the particular region you’re in. Here’s a rundown of the top places to go to grab a bite while in Madrid…”

Read on here ——-> THE ABROAD GUIDE TO EATING IN MADRID

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Have you visited any of these delicious eateries? Let me know in the comments!

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3 thoughts on “¿Tienes Hambre?

  1. I want to start off by saying I love your blog 🙂 I will be studying in Madrid this summer and was wondering if you had any advice on quick day trips from Madrid and weekend trips from Madrid (Friday afternoon- Sunday night). We will only have classes in the morning which leaves the rest of the day to explore (study on the trains? haha). Wishing you the best of travels!

    • Amara,

      First off, thank you for your kind words about my blog. I’m so happy to hear you’re enjoying it! As for day trips from Madrid, I definitely recommend Toledo, Segovia, Cercedilla (if you enjoy hiking/the outdoors), El Escorial, and any other surrounding adventures you want. If you want to stay in Spain on the weekends, Barcelona, Córdoba, Granada, Valencia, Bilbao/San Sebastian, Asturias and Pamplona are all wonderful locations- you really can’t go wrong. I made it to several other major European cities traveling on the weekends too, anything is possible. Don’t hold back, best of luck!

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