Markets

Are you visiting Valencia and do you like to walk around on a market? There are different markets that might be nice to visit in Valencia. On this page you can find a description of some markets.

Market

Market around Mercado de Ruzafa

Every Monday there is a market around the Mercado de Ruzafa. You can find various products on this market as for example: shoes, kitchen equipment, jewellery, clothes and much more. If you are planning to go to this market, you could choose for a breakfast at the churrería in Calle San Valero, number 12. There is a nice terrace where you could have a coffee and some churros.
Time: Monday till 14.00 hour

Market in the district between Metrostop Plaza España and Metrostop Xativa

Every Tuesday morning there is a market in the streets between metro station Plaza España and metro station Xativa. Here you will find a large variety of products like plants, ceramic, kitchen equipment, clothes and much more.
Time: Tuesday till 14.00 hour

Market next to Mestalla Stadium

You can find this market every Sunday morning next to the Mestalla Stadium. You can buy here different kinds of products among others, paintings, clothes, watches, but you will also find here a lot of junk. If you really want to buy some nice things at this market, we would recommend you to be there in time.

Market around Plaza Redonda and Mercado Central

Around Plaza Redonda and the Mercado Central you can find, every Sunday morning, different stands where you can buy many different products. Merchandise that you will see a lot are among others, Valencian ceramic, paella pans, souvenirs, belts, clothes, plants, music and much more. The most stands finish around 14.00 hour.
Time: Sunday till 14.00 hour

Market at the boulevard next to Malvarossa beach

During the summer months there is a daily market on the boulevard next to Malvarossa beach. The market starts close to hotel Las Arenas. Products that you can find at this market are sunglasses, clothes, towels, nice gadgets and much more.
Time: every day during the summer months

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