Must-visit markets in Goa, India

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Must-visit markets in Goa, India
Goa is a thriving city in India. Therefore, its markets are must-visit sights that cannot be ignored once you step a foot onto this colourful destination.

  • Saturday Night Bazaar at Arpora

    Saturday Night Bazaar at ArporaSaturday Night Bazaar at Arpora

    Open every Saturday from 6 pm until late night, the Saturday Night Bazaar is located at Arpora. This bazaar is divided into three zones: the Lower Field is peppered with kiosks featuring local and international clothes, accessories and knick-knacks; the Central Field houses an array of food stalls serving heavenly food from around the world; and the Upper Field features designer stalls and boutiques.

  • Calangute Market Square

    Calangute Market SquareCalangute Market Square

    Located in Calangute town, the Calangute Market Square feeds swarms of visitors every Saturday from 6:30 am until 12 pm. It is lined with food stalls and restaurants that sell delicious seafood snacks and other cuisines. You can get all kinds of seafood items along with chilled beer and other beverages. You can also buy fresh seafood, fish and meat from here. Not only food, this market is home to a variety of shopping stalls selling everything from textiles, carpet to accessories, leather items and souvenirs.

  • Mapusa Friday Market

    Mapusa Friday MarketMapusa Friday Market

    The Mapusa Friday Market is a weekly market held in Mapusa, open from 8:00 am until 6:30 pm. This market sells fresh local produce, clothes, accessories, pottery and handicrafts. The Mapusa Friday Market also features food stalls serving up authentic Goan food. Chorizos (also known as pork sausages) are a must try!

  • Alankar Food Street

    Alankar Food StreetAlankar Food Street

    Located right in front of Alankar Theatre, the Alankar Food Street is a buzzing street featuring an array of vendors selling everything that is related to food. Its open from 6pm every evening. From mouth-watering Goan food to tandoori and Chinese, along with milkshakes and juices, you will find it all here. Wondering about the prices? Fret not, the food served here will definitely not burn a hole in your pocket and if you’re on a budget, the prices will really bring a smile to your face.

  • Anjuna Flea Market

    Anjuna Flea MarketAnjuna Flea Market

    Open every Wednesday from 9 am until 6 pm, October-April, Anjuna Market is always bustling with tourists. Though it is popular for shopping, but it also houses numerous food stalls that sell some of the delicious street food. Grab a bite while enjoying people-watching and then wrap up your evening with a walk along the beachside.

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