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To give you a trailer, a lot of markets work once a week in Goa and some of them are just at night too. The Friday Market in Mapusa is one of them, as the name suggests it is only functional on Fridays from 8:00 AM to 6:30 PM and can be trusted to shop for everything, from clothes to handmade paper. Your one-stop destination to get everything Goa has to offer, visit this one if you have a little time on your hands on a Friday.
Located in the capital of the state, this market has a lot to offer when it comes to traditional Goan Shopping. You can visit this market if you want to get your hands on clothes that are comfortable and feel good but fashionable. Get your bargaining hats on and you are in for some good stuff.
A write-up about Goa would be totally incomplete without mentioning beach markets. This one located in North Goa is one of the famous tourist shopping spots because of how crazy amazing it is. You get shops selling clothes, handicrafts, jewellery, souvenirs, trinkets, footwear, and musical instruments. If you seem like a person who will splurge money into stuff, the shopkeeper might fool you into paying more so be aware.
This market is all about summer beach clothes and there are numerous options for you to choose from. You can find funky clothes from beachside shacks and stalls. Get your hands on some leather products as they are quite trending right now. While you are here, you can also check out some Goan delicacies and beer.
The coolest night bazaar of them all, at Mackie’s you’ll find stuff that is nowhere else in Goa. From stalls selling junk jewellery, trendy beachwear, clothes, souvenirs, antiques, and handicrafts. This will become your favourite place to shop from in no time. You can head on to Baga-Arpora Road, Baga Beach in North Goa to visit this market at night.
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