History radiates from all the corners of this market right in the old part of Madrid and at the same time it offers the most interesting innovations in terms of culinary art.
The walls made of glass invite the passersby to take
The current Mercado de la Boquería has lived through many phases. We will hereby try to give a faithful description of the facts. The initial origin of this market is not very clear. What we know for sure is that it started as an
One of the new places that stroke me the most in Madrid is without a doubt San Antón Market. Yes, a market. It sounds weird but it is true.
The Boquería Market in Barcelona is definitely responsible for the tendency of transforming
The Valencia Central Market is curious, unique and beautiful (as many markets) in its tradition and architecture. Take a walk around here and see both the building itself, as well as the stalls and their disposition, it is a good way
If you are attracted to markets and cuisine in London this market will make you ecstatic. Borough Market, as Southwark Market commonly called, is the oldest food market of London. Located under a large bridge where the tracks go, the
A pink cab? Thats so odd!! The good news is that I was surprised until I saw that the ones in Barcelona are black and yellow. Here I show you a trip I took to Thailand especially Bangkok. In the photos I show what caught my attention
This was funny because I was there at night in the winter, and the market actually seemed futuristic like a Mad Max movie. It is full of shops and stalls with goodies, including cans of flags of our country. The advantage of going
I love visiting the markets in the cities that I travel to. The one in Sao Paulo does not disappoint. You can also have a drink there, as well as enjoy the the spectacular bologna sandwiches (fabulous!!). Of course, it is the ideal
The Central Market can be found just after finishing the walkway that leads down through the historic center. It is a very interesting building where you can find one of the most important markets in the city.
It is a must visit to go first thing in the morning to see the frenetic activity of the Venetians in their day to day life, and using the Grand Canal as if it were a highway, for moving their goods. The brightness of the fruit and
This place is also known as the "Venice of Mexico" and it is the area that retains more water from the lake on which the city of Mexico was built, and therefore maintains numerous waterways through which tourists can spend a pleasant
The San Pedro market is opposite the train station of San Pedro and is huge. They sell what you'd imagine (mainly food) and it also has a sort of food court where you can eat very cheap typical food. I think that if you are in Cusco
The title of my experience in this market becomes more important due to the fact that it is written by a Vigo native, since in Vigo we have a spectacular fish market. The only requirement is that you go early, at 6:00 the ritual
The Market of Abastos of Santiago, designed by architect Joaquin Vaquero Palacios, was built in 1941 where the City Market used to be and is undoubtedly one of the city's liveliest places. With a spectacular setting, people come from
This is an impressive market because of its size and for its variety of products. Clothing, footwear, souvenirs, food, decorations, animals, toys, plants, etc.. All of this found in very well-ordered streets and sections. You will
The Santa Caterina market was reformed a few years ago and I think it has to have one of the most beautiful buildings for a market. The most typical thing is the multicolor roof drawing fish scales. Since the renovation, neighborhood
The Bolhao Market, which is found near Avenida dos Aliados, in the heart of Porto, in a landmark building opened in 1914. We were surprised at the condition it is in, a shame since the site must have seen better times. With grumbling
Undoubtedly, the souk of Cairo is one of the city's main tourist attractions and at the same time, is one of the world's most famous bazaars, perhaps second only to that of Damascus or Istanbul. Its streets are lined with all types of
Ah ... How I love the old Cadiz, with the Arco de la Rosa, Puerta del Mar and the Arco de los Blancos. Why do I love 'Tacita de Plata'? I love the narrow streets that exude bohemian style. But Cádiz could not be what it is without its
In the traditional neighborhood of San Telmo Buenos Aires is this very famous market. It is one of the oldest and best preserved within the capital of Argentina. It is characterized by its cobbled streets and colonial houses. In the
Leadenhall Market is a covered market in the heart of the City. What most impressed me about the place was the wonderful Victorian building covered with wrought iron and glass from 1881, which transports you to another era.
Saying Chichicastenango is the exact same as saying MARKET. With capital letters. Many years ago, the people of the villages undertook long walks around with the goods on their backs, tireless, heading to Chichicastenango. It was-and
The Stone Market is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Vigo, with all kinds of designer clothes at very good prices. What I find rather dubious is the origin of the goods, I don't quite understand the existence of this
Quincy Market is now the quintessential tourist spot and one of the most visited places by tourists and even the Bostonians .... It's a totally "bright and vibrant" place, full of colourful street performers, places to eat what you
The flea market in Vienna is a perfect place to get to grips with the city. The fleas, who the market is named after, come from the Middle Ages, these parasites attached themselves to peoples' heads and monkeys were used to remove to
Very near Saint Denis Avenue is the Jean Talon market. It is an outdoor market that is open every day and sells all kinds of vegetables, fruit, plants and flowers. The produce is spectacularly presented.
The Bình Tây Market is not the most popular market in Ho Chi Minh City, but it is the largest. This enormous market is located in the Chinese neighborhood of Cho Lon in district 6. Like all Vietnamese markets, you can find everything
You have to visit the Lavradores Market in Madeira's capital, Funchal. Whether it's the festival of colors with its spectacular flowers or for the opportunity to try an incredible variety of tropical fruits with exotic flavors, or to
The Central Market in Guatemala's Zone 1 is next to the central park, a few minutes walk from the National Palace and the Cathedral. You should go down the street coming out of Central Park by the side of the cathedral. Central Market
Here you can eat dishes of Swedish cuisine besides being able to go shopping, the market is beautiful, wooden, and well maintained. Do not forget that the Swedes eat early and if you arrive at 2 you won't have anything. It is close
The Ferry Building Marketplace is a monument to California Yuppiedom, in a good way. It's full of gourmet shops, cafes, and coffeeshops touching on all the foodie-revolution hotspots: bearded and tattooed guys selling Italian-style
Along with the Inca ruins, Pisac market brings a lot of visitors to the city. These markets are open Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. There is great participation all of these days. On Sunday Pisac craft market is a bit touristy, but