The best streets for tapas by Autonomous Community

Without a doubt, the culture of the tapa is one of the most appreciated traditions by the Spanish and by all its visitors. Who cannot resist a Spanish omelette, a good ham, some patatas bravas or perhaps a delicious pork, yes, accompanied by a good wine. Well, in the best streets of Spain we can go out for tapas with our friends.

What are the caps?

The tapa is one of the most characteristic typical foods not only of Spanish gastronomy, but also of its culture and its way of socializing. Going for “tapas” or “tapas” define a way of eating in Spain, which consists of trying different things from a menu.

Nothing more appropriate to enjoy a special moment with our friends or family than tapas. These are small snacks that can be cold, hot, in a casserole, on toast or in the form of a skewer. The perfect occasion to enjoy a wide variety of flavors.

It is also a Spanish tradition to go for tapas in the streets. For this reason, in some of its cities these streets are very famous for the variety and exquisiteness of their tapas. Let’s see the most popular for each Autonomous Community:

What are the most famous streets for tapas?

Laurel – La Rioja

Here we find a total of 60 bars and restaurants that gather in this undisputed tapas mecca the best of the gastronomic proposal of La Rioja (wines included, of course). Every two meters there is one and that, without counting the premises that are in the nearby streets Albornoz, San Agustín and Laurel Crossing. They all have a star skewer, baptized with the funniest names: great, complaints, get pregnant

Navas – Andalusia

The tapas culture is sacred throughout Andalusia. As a general rule, snacks are included with drinks and they do not usually exceed two and a half euros. Among the most acclaimed (and crowded) streets, this one stands out in Granada, where in turn stands out the The Diamonds Barspecialized for 75 years in fried fish.

Plaza de San Martín – Castilla y León

Although it was formerly known as Plaza de las Tiendas, due to the large number of businesses it concentrates, it could perfectly be called the Plaza de los Bares. The Tavern Los Cazurroswith a typical Leon decoration, is famous for the abundance and quality of its options, some of them with the sausages of the earth as protagonists.

The Barrier – Galicia

It stands out in La Coruña for its many little bars and, also, for the leisure activities that the hoteliers themselves promote there. The route continues through the so-called “wine area”, also called Fishmonger’s Quarter. .

Ponzano – Madrid

It has long been positioned as one of the main culinary arteries of the capital. Here tapas bars are mixed with more or less formal dining rooms, adding a total of more than 70 establishments… yes, each one with a very different concept.

Passeig de Sant Joan – Catalonia

Until not long ago there was not much talk about this large and beautiful area with modernist facades. But things have changed… because in recent years here They have opened more than 45 stores. And they come in all colors: for breakfast or brunch, like The Petitbó Farm; to extend the aperitif based on vermouth in chicha and lemonetc.

Swedish – Valencian Community

He Ruzafa neighborhood has managed to reinvent itself, that’s how it is. Between galleries, designer studios and author shops, there is still plenty of room for charming bars, restaurants and cafes. As The storewhere you can taste 100% tapas handmadesuch as the grilled octopus with achiote romesco or the pregnant (steamed bread) stuffed with black pudding.

Pizarro – Extremadura

The last to join -or rather, rejoin- the culinary map of the historic center of Cáceres is Pizarro street. And it is that for a couple of years it has been recovering all its activity… and, in fact, already It has about twenty bars. Moving from one to another trying different tapas is a great plan.

Tascas area – Murcia

Is the best option if what you want is to have tapas and then go out to a party. University students, bustling and happy, its “tascas” have everything you need to immerse yourself in one of those nights where you know how to start… but not how to end.

Saint Nicholas – Navarre

San Nicolás (there is life beyond the Estafeta…) hosts the tapas route -or better said, the pintxo- of the people of Pamplona. There are fried eggs, mushroom croquettes, chistorra… snacks paired, obviously, with their typical zurito. The pig and Otano House they are only two of his emblems. And they never disappoint.

Cañadío Square – Cantabria

It transforms at dusk into one of the epicenters of Santanderian pecking. Around the square, close to Paseo de Pereda, there are a lot of bars, terraces and pubs… and for this reason it is always full of people. Well, for that reason and because it is the usual scene of street proposals from the City Council (concerts, performances…).

Gascon – Asturias

The concentration of cider houses in Gascona it undoubtedly exceeds that of any other place in the world (which is why it seems that every day there is a holiday). And his thing is to drop by the area to dine on culines and local products: among all its establishments stand out Asturian Gascon landwith its powerful corn cakes with wild boar mincemeat, and Land Astur Grillwith its fish and Asturian beef.

Santa Fe – Castilla La Mancha

Although it does not group as many places as its previous companions, Santa Fe is a mandatory visit. In The Clover Yes or yes, you have to try the mythical bomba, potato stuffed with meat covered in alioli and tomato sauce. And in Wooden spoonthe carcamusas (made over low heat).

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