Every Thursday, Calle Feria comes alive with Seville’s largest, oldest, and most colorful flea market. This hoarder’s paradise has been a staple of the city’s street life for as far back as locals can remember and is a great place to spend a Thursday morning (jueves in Spanish, hence the market’s name), even if you don’t end up buying anything. To describe just a small proportion of Jueves’ wonderfully random offerings—you can buy antiques, flamenco dresses, books, ornaments, paintings, toys, sculptures, plants, sewing machines, old barbers’ chairs, birdcages, and more. In fact, you can buy pretty much anything here. Towards the northern end of Calle Feria is also Seville’s oldest food market, the Mercado de Feria.