- An extensive collection of over 30 stands have turned this neighborhood warehouse into a lively flea market. Its dusty aisles are lined with costume jewelry, custom-made furniture, antique light fixutres, and original artwork. Be sure to visit to the antique stand run by Tony, one of the most established and charistmatic vendors at the Mercado de las Pulgas. His antiques and, more notably, his custom-made wacky hats (decorated with all kinds of nostaligic bric-a-brac) have been attracting publicity for the past 20 years. The market's wide variety of antique goods and its winding layout make this an excellent, if off-beat, way to spend an afternoon. - Lauren Gardner
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