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Saturday Night Market

Started by an enterprising German called Ingo, the Saturday Night Market is held only during the season time in Arpora. Much more organized than the daytime Anjuna Flea Market, this one carries on until the early hours and does so without any untoward incidents. A number of foreigners set up food stalls selling food from their native countries like quiche, rosti, strudel, chicken stroganoff and other delicacies. The beer flows in plenty while local and foreign bands perform much to the delight of the revelers. There is no pressure to buy as most people come here for the sheer ambiance which is like no other.

18th June Road

18th June Road in Goa's capital city is one of the busiest streets that passes through the heart of Panjim. Synonymous with being a shoppers paradise, tourists and locals flock here for an authentic shopping experience that spans local Goan corner shops, as well as international brands like Bossini, Levi's and the housewives paradise: Bombay Bazaar. The Fidalgo Hotel located along this road is a landmark hotel in Goa. A must visit while in Panjim!

Anjuna Flea Market Grounds

A pleasant drive along the scenic and winding Anjuna Beach Road welcomes you to an open space, which is the flea market ground. This sandy stretch along the beach attracts all kinds: the bohemian artist, the dreadlocked Israeli, retired British couples, tattooed and pierced modern day hippies, and (not forgetting) the yuppie Indian kids. During peak season, local vendors and those from as far as Kashmir and Tibet set up their stalls in an earnest attempt to capitalize on their seasonal business. This is definitely a one-of-a-kind shopping experience which simply beats the predictability of a mall culture. The grounds have ample parking space and are easily accessible by road.

Mapusa Municipal Market

Visitors to the Mapusa Market are welcomed by a huge gate which leads them down to winding lanes with lottery sellers and street vendors screaming themselves hoarse to beckon hungry shoppers. As you move along, you will find a variety of stores like bakeries, barber shops, garment sellers, liquor and dry fruit stalls. Located within the market is 'Spice Street' where you will come across a variety of spices, both local as well as exotic. Housed inside the main market building is the vegetable market and the meat market. A little ahead at the back end of the market is the Mapusa Fish Market. The place is charged with an electrical atmosphere on Fridays. Outside the market it is easy to find bars, cold drink stalls and small eateries serving steamy hot chicken pattices and savory Goan snacks. This market is generally frequented by people who live in the nearby areas of North Goa.

Literati Bookshop and Cafe

Finding it hard to get your hands on your favorite novel while in Goa. Chances are you might get lucky at the Literati Bookshop and Cafe. This elegant bookshop comprises a large collection of new as well as secondhand books to choose from. Literary works of renowned contemporary authors such as V. S. Naipaul, Henry Wilson, Jeffery Archer and Mike Brown are found at this bookshop which also doubles up as a cafe. For those who love the combination of good books and cup of coffee, are bound to fall in love with this shop. With a number of literary and cultural events taking place at the Literati Bookshop and Cafe, this is one place that shouldn't disappoint an ardent reader.

Mackie's Saturday Night Bazaar

There are many Saturday Night Bazaars staged in North Goa. Mackie's is the one right next to the Baga River. Divided into informal sections, this bazaar is an excellent way to spend your weekend night. Enjoy the more obviously Indian stalls as soon as you enter, get an eye full of the goodies on sale which are all set to bargain their way into your closet! As you move ahead, a cleared out section boasts of the local musicians and bands belting out their original tunes. Move further away to access the Western stalls and chow down to assuage your appetite. All in all, Mackie's is a must visit to get a feel of local Goa and its oddities!

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