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Mercado Lonja del Barranco, Seville
(4/5 based on 160 reviews on the web)
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  • A fun kind of market where you can drink something both on site as eating. We are around 5 pm with a little baby and then it was not crowded and so perfect to do
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  • Nice place that reminded the market of San Miguel de Madrid and the like. Variety of food of different types and countries and under the bar and Sojo very elegantly decorated and all at competitive prices. This very well to have a good time in good company.
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  • We were there for a quick ride Thursday before carriage and then walk for a deeper visit, we must say that it is truly stunning and fascinating and that for a moment you feel immersed in the past
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  • This was our go to spot in Madrid for drinks at any time, and an interesting snack or dessert. Amazing sangria at the fruit stand (not the main wine bar). Also the croqueteria is fantastic! Go a little before 9pm to make sure you get a spot on the terrace- it gets very busy at night.
  • Great find on the banks of the Guadalquivir. Lots of different foods served as tapas or raciónes, plus beer, wine & cocktails. Not expensive and it makes a good place to stop to or from Triana and about 5 minutes'walk from Plaza de Armas bus station.
  • This place is a little overrated with such amazing options in Seville. The food all looks and tastes like it's been sat out a while, and it's expensive compared to other places we've been. If you fancy it, maybe go for a glass of wine, which was really nice.
  • If you are looking for tapas or pintxos that you are able to see before you buy, then this place is it. Excellent select and the Sojo bar is close by for cocktails
  • Very cool market. Worth a look