Madrid Food and Tapas Tour
"Our guide was knowledgable and energetic. We came with questions, she answered them all without hesitation. She was clearly a subject-matter expert. The tour was at the beginning of our two-week trip and we went through the rest of the trip feeling like we were about as up-to-speed as you could get."
Taste Tapas with an Expert in Madrid
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FAQ About the Madrid Tapas and Food Tour
We will do our best to accommodate you if you are on a small group tour by ordering appropriate items. Taking a private tour would allow us to tailor even more fully to your needs. Please note that if you have severe allergies we cannot guarantee that the foods prepared in restaurant kitchens will not be subject to cross-contamination.
The various tastings on the tour are significant and can be considered a replacement for a meal.
Originally from Madrid, Susana earned her degree in Journalism at Complutense University and a minor in Economics by the Spanish Trade Institute. After living in Belgium, Brazil and Switzerland, she moved back to Spain and decided to pursue a post-graduate in Social Journalism and a Master’s Degree in Sustainable Land Management. Her main interests include social and economic development, landscapes and food history. Susana has experience guiding in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish, and is a passionate traveler. Based in Madrid, she is always happy to show the best of the city where she has lived for most of her life.
Natalia has been passionate about food since she remembers. Living in a family with a sensitive sense for food and cooking has awakened her interest in the culinary world and motivated her to make her living out of it. She studied Journalism and graduated in Food Journalism, after working in Cadena SER, one of the main radio stations in the country, she moved to Vietnam where she worked as an English and Spanish teacher and wrote about Vietnamese cuisine and traveling for the main English speaking national magazine. Back in the nest, she continued writing about food for some of the main Spanish media, as well as being the Social Media Planner of Comer, the food section in La Vanguardia. Through these channels and her words she loves sharing the secrets of Spanish gastronomy, which she feels so attached and thinks the best way to learn about a culture and their traditions.
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