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Calle Ribera de Curtidores, s/n 28005 Madrid
Calle Ribera de Curtidores, s/nESMadrid28005
+34 915 29 82 10madrid.es
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Omar Agius
5 months ago
A nice, large market where one can bargain hunt amd shop while not splasing out euros, but it can be very crowded and it's nothing special. I expected it to be kind of like the camden markets in london but was a bit disappointed.
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Pani Milena
7 months ago
Magic place ! Crowded, loud, hot everybody has to see it. The oldest market in Madrid. Market is big with a lot of places with tradicial souvenirs from Spain like fans, aprons, magnets, hats and more (I recommend to buy it there, is 60% cheaper than in shops in the city center. You can buy there also clothes, shoes, bags, some pictures, cds etc. In the part with antiques there a lot of furniture, pictures, gadgets, toys and more. The atmosphere is unique. I’ll come back there for sure !
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Isak Edblad
2 months ago
Fun!
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Maritza Mora
3 months ago
El rastro es un mercadillo que toma algunas calles de Madrid los domingos por la mañana. Suele estar abierto en el horario entre las 8.00 hasta las 15.00. Es un buen sitio para hacer compras por poco dinero de ropa, antigüedades, calzados y curiosidades, además de poder dar un paseo o tomar una caña o una tapa con amigos, familiares o colegas. Se encuentra en funcionamiento desde el año 1740 aproximadamente.
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Cristina Sanchez
3 months ago
“El Rastro” it's Madrid's famous Flea market. Something really unique to do on holidays and weekly, every Sunday is to take a stroll around the “Rastro” which occupies a fairly large area (several blocks and streets on parallel to Toledo Street. It's best to get there no later than 12noon as all vendors are required to shut down by 2PM and it can take several hours to walk the entire area. One very important detail: Beware of pickpockets’ everywhere and anywhere during your Madrid stay but especially in crowded areas like El Rastro Flea Market
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Candis Tate
a year ago
I absolutely love El Rastro I go every Sunday faithfully. They sell everything that you could possibly imagine for reasonable prices. It is a great place to get little amenities or pick up gifts for the family. I would recommend this place but I would say definitely get there early because it feels up very quickly.
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Antonio Martínez
a month ago
Imprescindible si visitas madrid para entender la cultura e historia de la ciudad. Ingente cantidad de puestos en lo que encontraras practicamente de todo. desde muebles, ropa hasta cuchillos o articulos de bricolaje. en algunos puestos se puede regatear. la calle esta custodiada. por tie das de antiguedades, de ropa o bazares chinos. No te lo luedes perder si visitas Madrid
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Cristina Esnaola
3 months ago
Soy una fiel amante de los mercadillos (Sobre todo los de cosas usadas) y este no se queda fuera de mi romance. Hay todo tipo de cosas, desde brazaletes de plata, hasta tocados para el pelo de Marc Jacobs, pasando por camisetas de grupos de música, hasta la venta de pollitos :). Si alguien quiere descubrir de verdad el carácter Español, que se vaya un domingo al rastro. Si quieres respirar, no salgas de tu casa más tarde de las 9 de la mañana, o puedes correr el riesgo de ser aplastado por una señora que ha oído: REBAJAAAAASSS.
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