¿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. Amara Ortega

    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!

    1. 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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