A Neoclassical icon of the city, and the best place to taste local cuisine
Shopping and food from true Granada natives
The Municipal Market is a historic symbol of Granada, and is catalogued as a building of significant heritage value. Its unusual Neoclassical architectural features, as well as its decorative elements, make it a top recommendation for tourists who want to enjoy the city's artistic tradition while sampling the local cuisine. The square is also used by over a thousand merchants who are celebrating its centenary, as the market was inaugurated in 1888. This local market offers affordable prices, and is used by citizens shopping for a variety of items and tasting the region's characteristic cuisine. Its authentic local character is the source of much of its charm for visitors, particularly those who want to discover the city's historic commercial hub. This intricate network allows you to observe the authentic way in which Granada's citizens live and eat.