Traditional foods, florists, bespoke flamenco dancing shoes, gourmet hot dogs, Taiwanese food, vegan and vegetarian specialities, seaweed and much more. The Antón Martín market, in the heart of Madrid's historic centre, is one of those places where you'll find contrasts and flavours from around the world.
If you visit this "street-art friendly" building located between the neighbourhoods of Lavapiés and Las Letras in Madrid, you'll find the typical atmosphere of a traditional food market, but with a special touch thanks to the stalls selling international street food. Italian, Japanese, Venezuelan, Peruvian and Mexican food are among the available options. There's also room alongside the intense commercial activity for other gourmet businesses such as artisan beer, wines and special conserves, and even a space for art.
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