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Mercado de las Pulgas de San Alejo

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Robert O wrote a review Dec 2019
Rotterdam, The Netherlands2,317 contributions1,487 helpful votes
If you don't go here with high expectations the improvised San Alejo flea market is quite an enjoyable experience. I was rather amazed to see second-hand shoes for sale, that still seemed to attract potential buyers. A fifty-year old typewriter or gramophone player, tableware, copperware, books, old tools my father used to use, there is a huge variety of goods for sale. Prices are better, if it rains (there is hardly any shelter). Open on Sundays, during the week it is a parking lot.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Tiago A wrote a review May 2019
Sao Paulo, SP299 contributions91 helpful votes
If you have seen flea market in other places like Paris, London, Berlin or Buenos Aires this is nothing like it. You won’t find here any antiques or nice used goods. All you will find are dirty used things like shoes, nail cutters, cork and other useless broken stuffs.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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lizkas wrote a review Aug 2017
Baltimore, Maryland48 contributions5 helpful votes
Had a nice time at the market on Sunday. An eclectic group of items for sale. A few snacks and coffee. Perfect for wandering around in for a while.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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SGtravelfan wrote a review Dec 2016
London, United Kingdom133 contributions71 helpful votes
This is open on Sundays and public holidays in a car park. It's quite small but there's so much stuff, some new, lots old. There's handmade jewellery, secondhand books, antiques, secondhand clothes, artisan toiletries, etc. Really nice to wander around. Unfortunately it started raining really heavily and as it's not sheltered we had to leave or else get very wet. I definitely would've bought some stuff if I'd had more time.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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isaac I wrote a review Jul 2016
10 contributions10 helpful votes
As some one that spent two years in bogota this is one of the hidden places that really shows bogota other face. The place is authentic and such a bit rough. Only open on Sunday but the walks in it really reveals hidden antiques in relatively nice prices and the people are still authentic. Really recommend spending few hours there. Recommended to be there in the morning and not stay to dark as mention area is a bit rough
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Date of experience: August 2015
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