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Street Markets in Roma

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Stroll, browse, buy a lot for a little, and find treasures to decorate or give as presents. Trend-seekers, hipsters and those with an alternative lifestyle spend every weekend in the many street markets of this young, bohemian neighborhood. Here are a selection.

On Sundays, you can visit the market at Parque Pushkin. Stretching from Colima to Álvaro Obregon, this market is a modern city classic. You'll find everything you need here: Tennis shoes, t-shirts, imitation bags, jewelry, eyeglasses, natural products. As well as cheeses, herbs and natural cosmetics. You are guaranteed not to go hungry: On Colima, there are stalls selling tacos or breakfast juices. Next to this market, they set up the Bazar del Oro, near the Glorieta de Cibeles between Monterrey and Medellín at the weekend.

Every weekend, the Corredor del Arte is set up on Álvaro Obregón, where many artists sell their works and you can also find vintage objects and antiques. A perfect outing. You can continue to Bazarte Obregón in the Jardín Ramón López Velarde. Here you will find clothes, accessories, antiques and many stalls to eat like a street gourmet. 

Nearby, you can explore the markets in Cuauhtémoc, in the plaza Dr. Ignacio Chávez on Saturdays and Sundays. This flea market or antique bazaar is always surprising. There are lots of old-fashioned toys, books, comics and all kinds of curiosities to make your vintage dream come true.

The markets installed in La Condesa are the most traditional ones: Fridays on the corner of Campeche and Nuevo León; and Tuesdays in Pachuca. There you will find everything you need for your latest outfit or for your home as well as top quality fruit and vegetables.

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