A good stroll for a Sunday morning but a lot of the stalls are similar. There are some stalls for tourists to buy souvenirs, which are all fairly priced.
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Definitely a place to see if visiting Madrid on a Sunday. Like all good markets, there are plenty of locals getting their sundries here, as well as tourists looking for the memorable affordable souvenir. A beautiful tree-lined street will keep the summer sun off of...More
Only on Sundays! If you're visiting Madrid on a Sunday, make time to visit. Compares to the 51st Street Festival in Manhattan, NYC. However, larger in size and vendors! No haggling for prices was my experience, prices are already low.
This Sunday market has something for everyone....new clothing, artisanal accessories, inexpensive clothing and accessories, flea market, household goods and old things. It seems as if all of Madrid visits here sooner or later. It is a great place to pick up gifts. The selection of...More
Largest group of flea marketeers any where. The usual clothing, shoe, Spanish memorabilia, eats, comic books, music stalls. You need to bring your heavy duty walking shoes to this baby. Worth the trip if only to take back the memory of what a real flea...More
Loads of things to look at (as it should be) but I could not find anything to buy. I found it quite clean for such a place but the good thing is the choice of small bars with local specialities around. It was worth the...More
Very large market with plenty of clothes and souveniers. Surrounding area has many antique type shops and a couple of saddlerys (best value in Madrid for leather handbags and shoes - all hand made on the premises) By lunchtime it is really too crowded to...More
Only open on Sundays. A great way to spend 2-3 hours. Even if you do not intend to buy anything,,,,, it will be hard to resist all the "bargains". Lots of junk, some antiques, many vendors, all fun. Just be sure to secure your wallet...More
This market is a Sunday institution for madridilenos but the main thoroughfare is dominated by cheap t-shirts, shoes, belts, hats, etc and is much the same fare as you would find in any major city market such as Camden Town in London. There is more...More