The Colon Market is another of the wonderful examples of modernist architecture on show in the city of Valencia, which shouldn’t be missed.
Constructed between 1914 and 1916, this semi open-air market was once a food market. Recent refurbishments have converted Colon Market into a small, boutique, shopping centre with cafes, shops, bars and restaurants. The perfect place to have a meal in the city centre, where you'll find a variety of restaurants from Mediterranean food from well known chefs to international food, local beers events and more.
TIP! Take a break from shopping and have a coffee or horchata at one of the market’s shaded terraces! A great way to “escape” and rest during your busy shopping day!
Around 7.30am - 2am
Note: Individual businesses may have separate opening hours.
Pay parking available.
How to get there:
Address - Jorge Juan, 19
From Town Hall Square: A 10 minute walk down Calle de las Barcas towards the Colon Street shopping area.
From Plaza de la Reina: A 12 minute walk down Calle de la Paz, cross Parterre Park towards Calle Sorni.
Ph: 96 337 11 01