Tapas in Madrid: The Simple Pleasure of Small Bites, Red Wine and Good Conversation
Going out for tapas is one of Madrid’s most delicious traditions. Whether in a tapas bar, a local tavern or a trendy restaurant, the pleasure is the same: small plates of tasty, creative morsels perfect for sampling, glasses of red wine to wash them down and good conversation as accompaniment.
Go ahead and try some tapas before lunch, after dinner or even instead of dinner with a fun, traditional tapas crawl! This simply means sampling a tapa or two at one establishment before heading on to the next, and it is the perfect way to find the tapas you like best!
Customarily, the city’s taverns and tapas bars have been located in... Read more »
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