Up in the mountains north of the capital, the town of Navacerrada is known, among other things, for its antique market on the first Sunday of each month from 10AM to 3PM. The Rastro here is not unlike the famous antique market in Madrid, but does boast one big difference: the lovely natural surroundings. Here you can find some truly unique treasures if you know how and where to look. The antiques run the gamut from household objects and furnishings to old books, even farm tools and items from the Spanish Civil War. There are also collectibles from all over the world - India, Egypt, Vietnam, and more. It's located on Avenida de los Españoles, just beyond the local bullring. If you get there early you can leave your car in the secure car park. Finally, keep in mind that, as is customary in these kinds of markets, you should be halfway decent at bargaining and negotiating in order to nab your treasures at the best possible prices.
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