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A lively food and wine market that's a true taste of España

Spanish wine megabrand Campo Viejo brings four days of Spanish food and culture to Southbank Centre for the third year running. New for 2015 is a Soundscape which will allow visitors to hear the flavours of the wine they're tasting. The programme also includes live art installations and sessions on blending your own Rioja, but it’s the food that tempts most. Market stall owners transported from Barcelona’s world-famous La Boqueria food market in Las Ramblas offer fresh produce and tapas. Head to the Queen's Walk and Festival Village at the Southbank Centre to find the event.

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It was a good day out. Various food and drink options. Food is brilliant, tho we had to be in queue for More than 30 mins for paella but worth it by the end. Sangria isn't authentic as much as you get in Spain. But, it's worth a try.


Terrible. The size of the portions were tiny for the extortionate prices. Most of the stalls were not spanish, so defeats the purpose of having a "Spanish Festival". As others have mentioned, the queues were really long, and the layout was quite cramped and difficult to see where people were stuck from moving forward and an actual queue. Had a tiny £3 empenada and left for a decent lunch. We such high hopes for going, but I wouldn't waste your time, we won't next time.


Poor value for money and hyped up. Had a glass of Tempranillo which cost £5 and was cold, then had a box of spicy lamb which at £8 was nothing special.