A stronghold for the alternative scene in the 1970s, this market in the heart of the district of Camden now welcomes around 28 million people each year. It has over 1,000 shops selling handicrafts, food, clothes, and antiques.
The many aromas and flavors are the highlight at this 19th-century market where you’ll find regional fish and foods, like tucupi (a stew made with manioc). The art nouveau building also stands out.
Avenida Boulevard Castilhos França, s/n
Check their website, as this market is held in different locations each season. There are stands selling furniture pieces, clothes, and albums. Its food version, the Smorgasburg, is another successful event.