El Rastro, M, Spain

12 Mentions on Trippy

El Rastro

21 Calle de la Ribera de Curtidores

M, Madrid 28005 ES

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  • 3 mentions in Anyone know about Madrid flea markets?

    • Andres R.

      Andres R. said, "...yeap, like everyone have said, El Rastro is the biggest, every sunday near Puerta de Toledo...." See More

    • Ana A.

      Ana A. said, "...Candace, The most famous 'flea market' in Madrid is El Rastro. It's on Sunday morning and holidays (in the morning also). I reccomend to go early as it is very crowded. And be very aware of your stuff. Then there are..." See More

    • Jacey & Scott M.

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      Jacey & Scott M. said, "...Look int El Rastro -it takes up multiple blocks throughout Madrid (just south of the most central part of the city). I believe it is held every Sunday...." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best way to spend a day in Madrid?

    • Andrea F.

      Andrea F. said, "...Alcalá which is one of the most important monuments in Madrid. Plus, one of the most typical things in Madrid is El Rastro, a street market that opens every Sunday with a really hippie vibe haha. Finally, Madrid is a city..." See More

    • Juanjo N.

      Juanjo N. said, "...On Sunday you must go to El Rastro, a flea market, and then eat in La Latina..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What are the 3 best ways to experience Madrid culture?

    • Oliver A.

      Oliver A. said, "...40.438815,-3.694603 - to eat delicious modern tapas. Bourdain-visited medium-priced amazingly delicious restaurant. If you can afford it, try it. Do it. El Rastro (famous Sunday morning flea market) El Rastro, Calle Ribera de Curtidores, Madrid, Spain - follow it up with people-watching..." See More

    • Janelle K.

      Janelle K. said, "...local life. Make sure you buy a "sombra" (shade) ticket (costs a bit more) or you'll get fried. The Lavapiés and El Rastro flea markets are great places to mingle with working class Madrilenos and shop for trinkets. They're safe, but a..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What cool items did you buy in Madrid?

    • Rocio A.

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      Rocio A. said, "...Hello Rose!!, I went to a very famous open air flea market called El Rastro and found many interesting and typical things at a very low cost. I bought some "castanuelas" (castanets?), Spanish fans, mantones, antiques,leather bags, and many unique souvenirs. Besides..." See More

    • Lavi N.

      Lavi N. said, "... El Rastro is absolutely the best place to find little knick knacks. Jamón is something I'd want to buy and take home with me, not sure about the rules on bringing food like that back to the US. Buy Spanish wine! And..." See More

  • 1 mention in Itinerary for 3 days in Madrid?

    • Lavi N.

      Lavi N. said, "...Círculo de Bellas Artes terrace for a cool view of downtown Madrid. If you're in Madrid over the weekend, check out El Rastro (the street market on Sundays) in the La Latina neighborhood. Food: For ethnic food, head over to Lavapiés, and..." See More

  • 1 mention in Should we spend 3 days in Madrid in January?

    • Sally E.

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      Sally E. said, "...MUSEO NACIONAL DEL PRADO, and spend a fun day in Parque del Retiro! If you're there on the weekend, check out El Rastro which is a giant market that runs on Sundays. La Latina is a fun and trendy area as well...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best places/restaurants in Cuenca & Madrid?

    • Laura W.

      Laura W. said, "...shouldn't miss El Prado, Plaza Mayor, Parque del Retiro, Las letras and Chueca neighborhoods. On sundays you can go to the El Rastro flea market...." See More