One of the bigger street markets, Feira Hippie de Ipanema sells everything from artwork and kitchen utensils to souvenirs. This is one of the best markets in Rio de Janeiro at which to buy handmade arts and crafts, paintings, semi-precious Brazilian gemstones, sarongs, embalmed piranhas, bikinis; the list goes on. Other cool gifts and souvenirs can also be found there and it is a great destination for tourists, who inevitably end up in this part of Rio.
A creative/fashion market that has launched top brands, Babilônia Feira Hype gives up-and-coming local creatives the chance to show off and sell their wares. Products include fashion, art, design, arts and crafts, decor and gastronomy. Each edition of the market has a different venue.
This partly open-air market has bars, restaurants, a fruit and vegetable market, wine stores, plant stores, pet shops and natural food stores. It’s not fancy, but it is useful, especially if you’re planning a beach party or barbecue.
Feira de Copacabana is an assortment of stalls selling clothing and souvenirs in a nice location on the Avenida Atlântica, which in turn faces the sea. So if you want to join the locals who love this fair, and give yourself a break from the beach (but not for too long) this is the perfect place.
The Feira Rio Antigo, also known as the Feira do Lavradio, is famous for its antiques. They are pricey but you can find some amazing objects here. There is also a selection of artistic and creative stalls.
A market for independent stylists and artists. You can find your standard print-Ts here alongside notebooks made of vinyl records, comic book hero cushions and children’s toys. Ideal for last minute creative gifts at a very good price. Also search here for your perfect souvenir, and take a photo with the artisan or artist. Venue and dates change each time, check their website for details.
A market that celebrates the best traditions of the northeast of Brazil. There is plenty of traditional food, clothing and arts and crafts on offer. Try the delicious typical dishes, prepared authentically with regional ingredients. Some of them can be found only here. And of course, enjoy the joyful music that accompanies your meal.
With almost 580 shops selling a wide variety of products, you are bound to find whatever you are looking for at O Mercadão de Madureira, and at a good price too. From locally produced organic food to arts and crafts and regional products. The place is busy although it’s very simple too.
The first Saturday of the month is when you’ll find the Mercado Mistureba. A showcase for independent traders, you will find clothes, trinkets and delicious food here. The atmosphere is lively and fun, so expect colorful and irreverent clothes and accessories. Cariocas also come to this market for carnival fantasies and other creative things.
An independent market that specializes in fashion, art, design, music and gastronomy. You will meet the city’s young talents here; don’t be surprised if someday you find out that some of them became big entrepreneurs.