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Opened in 1962, it's located at the meeting point between Calle Bolivia and Calle Potosí, with an entrance off both streets and through a central chamfered corner. The trapezium-shaped building has a surface area of almost 1,600 square metres divided on two levels and street level shops.
The hallmark of Chamartín Market is its excellence, beyond gourmet, whereby it is considered to be one of the best food markets in Madrid in terms of quality service and presentation.
It consists of 69 commercial establishments divided on two interior floors and various exterior shops, including butcher’s, fishmonger’s, fruit shops, game produce, pâtés and other specialities that are difficult to find in other markets.
If you’d like information about all of the different municipal markets, visit Madrid Markets.