Time Out says
This market with a vintage air about it is one of the free alternatives to shopping and fun in the city that's had big success in recent years. What's on sale includes home decoration items, books, vinyl records, recycled furniture, classic bicycles, crafts, food products, and more, and there's still space for individuals to give a chance for new life to their second-hand wares. The market is kept lively with live music and stalls set up where you can grab a beer and a bite to eat, something that's aided in its being compared to London's Camden Market.
Museo del Ferrocarril
Paseo de las Delicias, 61
|Transport:||Alto de Extremadura (M: L6)|
|Price:||Vary widely. Expect to pay more for hand-crafted and exclusive products.|
|Opening hours:||Second weekend of every month, 11am-10pm|