Right in front of the Silk Exchange, you’ll find Valencia’s most famous market, a must-see in the city.
Not only for its fresh local products but also for the historical building itself. With over 8,000 square meters, it’s the largest of its kind in all Europe.
Don’t forget to look up and take a picture of its wonderful ceiling.
If you’re looking for fresh products but are a little far from the Central Market, you might want to check Valencia’s chic district, Ruzafa, home of the eponymous market. Its colorful façade will make it unmissable.
If you’re not walking towards it on purpose, you might miss one of Valencia’s most interesting markets, at the Round Square.
On Sundays and holidays, it’s easier to spot, since there’s a special fair where people sell coins and stamps, music records or trading cards. However, take into account that this ends at 2pm.
Have you been to Colón St? Then you’ve already visited the fifth most expensive street in Spain!
Featuring famous stores such as El Corte Inglés and Valencia’s Apple Store, Colón Street is a great option for shopping and / or stop for a drink while you walk towards Colón Market.
A good option is the coffee shop on the 6th floor of El Corte Inglés,with great views of the city.
Other popular shopping spots are the Colón Market and the Jorge Juan Gallery, very close to each other.
After a long walk (or a shorter bus/subway trip), you might want to stop for a drink. Both offer several options, including classic horchata with fartons at the Colón Market.
Still want to keep shopping? Our last stop is…
The Tapinería Market is a recent Valencian experiment that combines gastronomy and entertainment.
An open space in Valencia’s Old Town, featuring stores and exhibitions dedicated to art, clothes and of course, food, through their Bar&Kitchen space.
Great for ending your shopping afternoon with a cold beer and some tapas.
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