Keeping the joy of spending at will in extravagant shopping malls aside, most Delhiites prefer to shop at local flea markets that can give them a value for money and a lot of products at minimum spending. Thankfully, Delhi has as many amazing flea markets to satisfy all fashion cravings of people in the city.In this exclusive feature at What’s Up New Delhi check out the top 3 flea markets in the city and what makes them a must visit.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Sarojini Nagar Market, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of DelhiWell, we must say this is favorite flea market in the city as there is very little that you will not find here. From beauty items to Jeans & dresses and from table covers to even electronic items, everything has comfortably found its place in the Sarojini Nagar Market and therefore it is a paradise for true-blue shoppers. Bargaining is key to shop at Sarojini Nagar Market which houses shops that sell rejected import goods (in fabulous condition) at throw away prices.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Janpath Market, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of DelhiIn the middle of the city, lies the Janpath market which is very close to the Connaught Place. The market is very popular with tourists and foreigners owing to the quirky and affordable fashion products on the offer here. From Bags to Jeans to Shoes to Junk jewelry, the market has everything. Close to Janpath is also the Tibetan market which sells artifacts like Buddhist gongs, bamboo-shoot pickles & little metal Buddhas and other decor items too.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of DelhiChandni Chowk is one of the best shopping destinations for people as one can score the best of traditional dresses at the most affordable prices from here. It is called the Wedding shopping heaven by the residents of the city for this reason only. Inside the narrow lanes of the area, you can find anything- from stylish bags to dresses with heavy embroideries that will cost a bomb in retail outlets. Additionally, there is also the famous Paratha Wali Gali here to satisfy your hunger pangs if too much shopping retrenches you.Duration: 30 minutes