They say you can get anything you want here at the Black Market in Ulaanbaatar. So what is it like to step into Mongolia’s busiest marketplace?
The oldest neighbourhood in Buenos Aires, San Telmo, puts its charm on display at a market and street fair each week. True treasures are hard to find, though.
Come inside Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar to see the colourful labyrinth of shops and stalls selling some of the most interesting trinkets that exist.
The heaving souks of Marrakech hit all your senses at once – the smell of spices mixing with the shouts of vendors and the vibrant colours of the goods.
Bangkok’s flower markets are a 24 hour affair, where professionals and visitors can pick up some of the freshest produce in the country. Full of colour!
Slightly away from the tourist crowds of Inle Lake is the local market, about an hour’s bicycle ride from Nyaungshwe. It’s where the lake and the land meet.
The arcades of Cardiff were opened during a period of extreme wealth in the Welsh capital. Today you can still see them in all their Victorian glamour!
This market is promoted as a window to the Silk Road. Unfortunately it lacks authenticity and is just another symbol of the growth of tourism in China.
Between the jewellery, buddhas and Maos, the Panjiayuan Market in Beijing is a collector’s dream! But there are plenty of markets across the whole city!