Madrid’s first edition of the Lost & Found Market

Madrid’s first edition of the Lost & Found Market

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A beautiful vintage dress, children’s toys of the 30’s, an old camera, a flowered shirt, a retro lamp for your living room… These are some of the many treasures you can find in the Lost & Found Market, the famous flea market that sells vintage and second hand items in Barcelona, finally arrives to Madrid objects.

Vintage is more fashionable than ever and has become one of the most popular trends, both in the fashion and interior design industries. Although you can find new vintage items, there is something about real old antiques that makes them magical objects.

If you are a second hand and vintage enthusiast, you can’t miss the next edition of the Lost & Found market, which has become one of the most important flea markets in Barcelona and, after seven years and 20 editions held in Barcelona, ​​it will be the first time it takes place in Madrid.

At the flea market, you will find almost everything among thousands of unique objects that have been rescued from the attic or basement to give them a new life. The only condition to participate as a seller is that objects are second hand, so you will not find anything new at any of the stands.

Although the most demanded items are usually vintage clothing and accessories, at the Lost & Found you can find all kinds of things, such as vinyl’s and other music items, art, comics, computer products, decoration, bikes, toys… Everything you can think of and much more. One of the marvellous things of flea markets is that you can find real treasures that you can take with you for a fraction of its price.

With the increase in popularity of vintage items, a flea market of these characteristics was much needed in Madrid, and it will surely be one of the best plans in Madrid. It will take place in the Cultural Centre Conde Duque and access will be free for all visitors.

This day has a clear fun and festive character, where there will be live music with DJ’s and other activities. And when hunger kicks-in, you can head to one of the 14 food trucks that will be available on the premises, offering diverse gastronomic proposals on four wheels, American style.

Don’t miss the Lost & Found flea market in Madrid on the weekend of the 6th and 7th of June. If you need an accommodation, we recommend you stay in one of Petit Palace’s hotels in Madrid, from which you will be able to comfortably visit the main tourist attractions of the city, such as the Puerta de Alcala or de eclectic neighborhood of La Latina.

 

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