Just behind the City Hall stands the Market of La Esperanza, a modernist building opened in 1904 and built with a hewn-stone base and an iron and glass structure. Bordering the market from the back façade of the City Hall, we arrive at La Esperanza Square and the main entrance to the market. At the foot of this market there are street stalls offering flowers, textiles and accessories on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, and selling fruits and vegetables the rest of the days. At the 166 stalls located in the interior there is a surprising variety of products from which we must highlight, as it is natural in a port city, seafood and fish.

Graphic extracted from the Official Visitors Guide Santander