Shopping at the street markets of India is like a lavish feast that gratifies the desires of shopping the best at most reasonable prices. This is the reason why millions of travellers booking flights to India have shopping in its bazaars as a key outdoor activity.

Travellers who wish to get a glimpse of real India, experience its multi-cultural facets, and dig into its exotic lifestyle must explore the various street markets dotted all over the country. With vibrant displays, cheerful ambience, jam-packed food stalls, shouting vendors and jovial locals, the street markets of India bestow endless fun and frolic and thus justify India being called as “Incredible India”.

Here is some information about the best street markets in the country that make shopping lovers go crazy to book tickets for flights to India.

Janpath and Tibetan Market, Delhi

The capital city of India, Delhi brims with loads of street markets boasting endless sure to lure exhibits. However, travellers who have booked flights to India to explore the best and most exciting Delhi street markets must pay a visit to Janpath and Tibetan Market during their holiday tour. The market is just perfect to shop at cheapest rates and features a range of exhibits including gleaming mirror work textiles, multicoloured shawls, brass artefacts, trendy earrings, and much more. The travellers visiting this eye pleasing must not shrink their heart from bargaining, as there is no limit to how low one can get the prices to be.

Fashion Street, Mumbai

For the travellers who wish to buy the trendiest goods at reasonable prices, Fashion Street in Mumbai is the right place to visit. Situated near the Bombay Gymkhana club, the Fashion Street features all sorts of goods ranging from garments to accessories and from artefacts to bags. All the good at the Fashion Street are of high quality and are available at knock down prices. The market is a fantastic choice for backpackers booking cheap flights to India and is a prominent place to enhance ones bargaining skills.

Anjuna Market, Goa

Travellers planning air travel to Goa must check out the most vivacious shopping market in the state, Anjuna Market. Situated between the grove of coconut palms at the border of rocky Anjuna Beach, Anjuna Market held on every Wednesday and features everything that one can imagine such as fabrics, ornamental crafts, lip-smacking spices, vibrant clothing, local Goanese, Kahmiri and Tibetan handicrafts and fascinating Goan music. Anjuna Market is a treat for every shopaholic booking cheap flights to India where they can gratify their desire to shop till they drop.

New Market, Kolkata

One of the most oldest and fascinating shopping spot of Kolkata, New Market lures millions and millions of shopping buffs to book flights tickets to India every year. The market boasts more than 2,000 stalls and bestows great delight to the bargain hunters. Rebuilt in 1985, the reconstructed section of the market is best to buy some Indian garments and offers a huge range of accessories to choose from. As the sun sets, the New Market transforms itself into an exhilarating bargain ground where one may find beautiful ornaments and pleasing handbags at hard to believe prices. The market stays open from Monday to Saturday and stays closed to Sunday.

Jauhari Bazaar, Jaipur

Shopping in Jaipur is as stimulating as a rollercoaster ride! The Pink City of Rajasthan, Jaipur bestows a wonderful experience to all the travellers hopping in the markets and pleases their eyes with its vibrant and cheerful shopping spots. Jauhari Bazaar is one of the most popular shopping spot in the city and features most stunning designs of ornaments including necklaces, pendants, earrings and bracelets to name a few. All the vendors at the Jauhari Bazaar are proficient in making jewellery using the precious gems that delight the heart of every traveller on a trip to Jaipur.

Mall Road, Shimla

Mall Road is the main market of Shimla that beautifies the backdrop of this amazing hill station. Bordered by an array of restaurants and hotels, Mall Road is home to loads of stalls displaying woollen clothes, branded clothes, handicraft items, pottery items, jewellery, books, etc. Mall Road is highly renowned for its wooden articles that catch the attention of every shopping lover booking airline tickets to this wonderful hill station. Moreover, Mall Road is also has many dazzling restaurants that not only serve local cuisines but also offer delicacies from nearby places.

Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Known as the tropical paradise, Port Blair is the most famous and visited market at Andaman and Nicobar Islands. In the past, this market used to serve as a jail to the Indian prisoners and hence is also known as land of black waters or ‘kala pani all over the world. The market features endless number of small stalls displaying delicate and exotic goods such as beautiful pearl necklaces, handmade mats, shell ashtrays, etc. Apart from shopping, travellers visiting the Port Blair amt also partake in the various thrilling water sports such as snorkelling, scuba diving, fishing and harbour cruising.

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