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The Ruzafa Market is a must-see and is located in one of the most multicultural and eclectic neighborhoods in Valencia. It was built in 1957 and today its multi-colored facade has also become another emblem of this neighborhood.

The building was conceived and carried out by the architect Júlio Bellot Senet in 1957 and built in front of the Baroque church of San Valero and San Vicente Mártir.

Currently it has 4,780 m² of space and 160 stalls. It is the second largest market in the Valencian Community only behind the Central Market of Valencia. It is rehabilitated and equipped with shops and establishments dedicated to food and hospitality.

Inside the Ruzafa Market you can find the most traditional food and nutrition stalls. Keeping its most authentic flavor, most of the stalls on the market offer an attractive multi-colored print that also guarantees excellent quality.

Ruzafa Market also has a bar inside, in one of its corners, where you can enjoy, among other things, the authentic Valencian lunch. It is highly recommended to try the ‘potrajo’, which is nothing more than a tasty and tender foal fillet sandwich with garlic.

It is located in one of the most striking neighborhoods of the city of Valencia, in the Ruzafa neighborhood culture, and everything artistic, develops widely.

Around the Ruzafa Market it will not be strange to meet local artists and a wide variety of bars. There are also a multitude of cafes and good restaurants, which are classified as chic, and which are just beginning to open their doors, in this very special place.

SCHEDULE:
Monday to Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Extraordinary market: Monday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., except on the eve of public holidays, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

More information on its official website.

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