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5 Goan Street Markets You Shouldn’t Miss

Street markets are made of colours, locals, food, and definitely women’s and photographer’s dreams. These markets give you precious things at cheap prices. Unlike other regular markets, in Goan street markets you can eat, you can watch movies and enjoy graffiti written stories. Here is a list of 5 top Goan markets. Panjim marketThis one is of the most famous markets in Goa. You can shop, eat and watch a movie here as they also have a multiplex. You can lookout to buy cashews and other nuts, wine, handicrafts. The walls of this market are to be paid special attention to as they have stories painted on them. Ask the locals! Image Source: LBB Anjuna Flea MarketThis market laid at Anjuna beach is a favourite of many. It is held every wednesday from 9am to 6pm. The market offers jewellry, accessories, souvenirs,clothes, handicrafts and more. The market observes live band performances that include Jazz bands. There is a chapel near by to look out for. Image Source: Tripoto

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Must Checkout Shopping Markets In India

We know a tourist can never detach themselves from shopping the local stuff and why should they, when there are a number of marvelous markets around to tickle the shopaholic inside you. Also, isn’t it like a ritual to get two bags but always leave with two but with stuff equal to fit three?Let’s take pride in our shopping skills together and explore these gorgeous and famous markets of India. 1. Sarojini MarketWhere: New DelhiType: Street MarketFamous for: Latest fashion at crazy cheap pricesItems: Clothes, Jewellery, Bags, Shoes, Home decor, Gift itemsUSP: Variety of Choices 2. Colaba CausewayWhere: MumbaiType: Street MarketFamous for: AccessoriesItems: Junk jewellery, Shoes, Bags, Loose Beads, ClothesUSP: Negotiable Prices 3. Ravivari BazarWhere: AhmedabadType: Flea MarketFamous For: Antique piecesItems: Jewellery, Furniture, Watches, Home DecorUSP: 600 Years Old Market 4. Sardar Market