Being bored or hungry in the Spanish capital is virtually impossible. From seafood paella to fresh fruits and veggies to mouthwatering sweets, this indoor market is alive with Spanish cuisine, not to mention sangria, sangria, sangria. If that's not party enough, the market hosts certain festivals throughout the year, some of which have live music and entertainment. Although the Spanish gastronomy is a foodie's heaven, San Miguel market is not the place to grab a quick bite, especially in the evening. Expect lines and crowds, but a lot of food and fun.