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Mercado Central de Atarazanas

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Address: Calle Atarazanas, 10, Malaga, Spain
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06:00 - 16:00
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Mon - Sat 06:00 - 16:00
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USD 42.59*
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Málaga Tapas, Markets and Architecture Tour
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USD 81.90*
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Malaga Tapas Cooking Class
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Half-Day Atarazanas Market and Tapas Walking Tour

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Great quality & value, a must visit if in Malaga

We very very impressed with the quality & variety of stalls, all selling fresh fruit & Veg, fish, meat, cheese olives etc. Very well priced. Even if you don't need to buy... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Laurence S
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW via mobile

We very very impressed with the quality & variety of stalls, all selling fresh fruit & Veg, fish, meat, cheese olives etc. Very well priced. Even if you don't need to buy anything great atmosphere & some excellent Tapas bars inside.

Thank Laurence S
Dublin, Ireland
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW via mobile

Very nice spot for a quick lunch as you do your grocery shopping. Small tables outside or you can eat at the counter. On the menu: paella, tart, shelfish, cured meats... Wines, sangria... Better to speak Spanish, but you will be able to find someone to translate.

Thank Violaine07
County Clare, Ireland
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A must go and see. Wonderful selection of fruits veg, fish etc. Do but some locally produced almonds. Very tasty. We brought a large tub home. don't forget to look up. th ebuilding is great also.

Thank IrelandHappycamper
London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Lovely food market with principally local fresh food and drink. Surrounded by great tapas bars for a tasty snack. Very lively, bustling atmosphere right in the centre of town.

Thank tintinfan2013
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We enjoyed walking through this market and seeing all the different food and drink stalls. Loads of locals and there is a great hussle and bustle as you'd expect of a market. We liked sampling the food and drink like a local! We got fruit and break for our lunch and it was cheap. A great experience.

Thank ScottishTemplar
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The market itself is clean and the building interesting. We were visiting after lunch and although there were plenty of stalls open it lacked the busy atmosphere I enjoy in a traditional market.

Thank silverbike1
Warsaw, Poland
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

historically the market at this place dates back to 14th century (sic!). Nowadays it's a great place for shopping quality local products. Most stalls also provide vacuum packing so if you plan to buy some jamon, chorizo or cheese to take it home, this is a place for you. Just remember that it's closed on Sundays and on other days... More 

Thank KrisD_pl
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The sun in all the guidebooks for the building and as a central market. If you want a good photo of the stained glass window, go early when the sun shines through. The market opens at 8 and starts closing up at 2pm. There are loads of tourists looking and taking photos ,some .Locals buying. The selection is brilliant, the... More 

Thank MrandMrsNomad
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Each section had its stall types - Carne, Seafood, and then fruits and vegetables. Each stall had so much in it and it was definitely fun to wonder through. Come ready to eat or try things. We were still full on breakfast so we didn't buy anything which is now disappointing in retrospect. We should have at least taken some... More 

Thank Heidi W
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This market is wonderful. You will find everything. From fruits and vegetables to fish, olives, meat, sweets, you name it! My favorite? The almonds! Wow. Don't miss the almonds! This is a great place to buy food on the fly, if you want to continue your visit of the city. It is worth the visit!

Thank David B

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