It is the most popular open air flea market in Madrid. Held every Sunday and public holiday during the year is from 9 am to 3 pm. You can find almost anything here. There are many varieties of wall frames, best option for taking back some gifts for your family. There are 2 euro , 5 euro shops that sell clothes, you can find some good ones if you're lucky and if you have patience to go through those heaps of clothes!
El RastroLet the retail therapy continue at El Rastro, which is one of the finest shopping areas with flea markets and many branded options that offer great collections.Puerto de SolThe reason why you need to come back to Puerto de Sol, is because this street becomes exceptionally vibrant post sunset. You will find a lot of street shopping options, street artists- dancers, gymnasts, performers who perform to large crowds gathering around them. Other than the regular nightlife options, this is one of the finest aspects of the nights in Madrid. Hence, this is your best bet at exploring the lesser known side of this city.And although Madrid has so much more to offer, this city is best experienced by interacting with locals and exploring the lifestyle that this city has to offer. One way or the other, you will fall in love with Madrid!This trip was first published on Awara Diaries
Flea market, street performances, set meals... makes for a lively afternoon!