The flea market, officially known as "Alas Encantas Weiss," is a large and inviting complex, where there is a huge variety of fashionable bargains, cheap prices and worth every penny. There are about 300 stalls lined up in rows, displayed by peddlers displaying their old wares and things pulled out of Grandma's closet. Next to them will be quite a few young designers, who come here and sell items of clothing they designed, or other interesting objects they created. The truth is, you can find everything here, old or new, new or modern.
In the market you will find furniture, appliances, clothes, books and antiques. You can definitely bargain over the various prices, but try to do it gently, because there are stalls where it is received with a less beautiful eye. As a rule, the more the stand is neat and clean, the more likely the seller will not be quick to give discounts and negotiate.
If you can get up at 7:00 am, there are antique auctions. At 12:00 pm there was another round, when all the unsold items were offered at lower prices. Next to the market there is also a large hall, where many types of furniture are offered for sale. Worth a look!