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Yes the shops are selling the same stuff but it’s a flea market in a very high touristy area. Prices do vary store to store and remember to haggle, haggle haggle. It’s a fun couple of hours spent walking up and down. Just be aware...More
We visited on Saturday but I think Sunday is the day to go. It was mostly clothes, food, produce and I was actually looking for vintage items. There's a separate area/road for antiques/vintage items so if you're looking for this walk a bit and look...More
The Sunday flea market was a collection of old knick knacks, old furniture and homeware mainly. Nothing really caught my eye (and I'm a market lover!) I spent 5 minutes wondering around at about 10am on Sunday morning and carried on with my day.
Plaka has more souvenirs to buy than this flea market. I was surprised souvenirs are cheaper in Plaka than the flea market as well. That makes this market useless. I quickly scanned the market and left.
The only saving grace is that outside the market...More
This is a "flea market" but, actually has a lot of shops which are not flea market prices. Saying that do look around wander in and haggle, there are great clothes, souvenirs, bags jewellery off course and others.
Take the time to have a coffee...More
I was rather confused by the contrasting reviews here, and confused when I first arrived here also, so let me set some things straight.
There are really 3 distinct elements here.
Between Monastiraki metro station and the Cathedral - there is a street with a...More