The Mapusa market is so much fun! Selling everything from fish to utensils to flowers, there is something for everyone! The colors, smells, tastes of everything appeals to all the senses, and its super fun to walk around, bargain with the sellers and find wonderful and unique items. I bought a traditional Goan pickling jar, and use it for flowers,... 更多
This vast market in a village in north Goa has everything from fruit and veg to traditional fabrics textiles and jewellry. My driver dropped me in the carpark and I proceeded to explore, but got a little lost in the process an expensive exercise. Its ok to haggle but be aware there are a big difference between high season/low season... 更多
Hold your nose ..get a nose clip and make a dash here . Yes, it's stinky Yes it's buzzing and yes its over crowded with tons of local language bandied and enough people to guide u all along to right spots . I came here solely for the goan chorizo sausages ..nah..none of my other friends wanted to enter coz... 更多
This has a huge fish and vegetable market. Once can find small shops selling day to day stuff. The market hosts a lot more vendors on Friday.
We dont miss to visit the Mapusa Market each day we are at Goa. Friday Bazaar is the day of the week when more vendors come to sell their stuff in Mapusa. You will find poeple selling hardware tools, antiques, vases etc. Recently came to know that the goan sausages sold here are also very tasty, maybe better than the... 更多
The hussle and bustle of the market is a must, the smells of the spices, the displays of the fruit and veg. Everybody should go there once.
This is a bazaar only on friday. Can find variety of items including spice,clothes,vegetables and sausage. It actually caters to the locals . Trinklets attracts foreign tourists. You can buy some cashew and sweets made of black jagery. one hour should be sufficient to visit the stalls.
Mapusa Friday Bazaar is a very nice & lovely place to visit. Here one gets all Home Made Food like Fish Pickles, Goan Sweets, Baked Goods, Many types of Dried Fish etc etc..
Costaz Bebinca is the most widely sought and bought in Goa. It tastes great, I agree but the Bebinca at Pascoal's Bakery in the Mapusa Market tastes like its homemade. It melts in the mouth. Its light to eat too. Costs around Rs. 170 or so. They also have their little coconut balls. A packet for Rs. 280. The address... 更多
One of the best activities to do while ur in North Goa. People from nearby villages too come early morning to occupy space in Market area in order to sell goods... Spices, dry fruits, vegetables, fruits, clothes, electronic China goods, household items, etc. U name it.... If ur with family then U may visit in evening. Take a walk accross... 更多