Eating and drinking go hand in hand with shopping at the thirty stalls in Victoria Market in Córdoba. A wide selection of fresh products of all kinds alongside tempting cuisine from Córdoba, Spain and around the world.
Victoria Market is located in what was the oldest pavilion of the Córdoba Fair (1877), which was added to in 1918 by a section in pseudo-Mudéjar style, to reach its current surface area of 2,000 square metres. Spaces specialising in octopus, oysters, salmon, wine, pickles, empanada criolla pastries, cheese and croquettes are found alongside others with Japanese, Italian, Mexican and Basque cuisine, among others. Located five minutes from the historic district, the AVE high-speed train station and the city centre, Victoria Market is a great place to enjoy fusion cuisine.
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