Madrid’s most famous open-space marketplace El Rastro reopened on Sunday, November 22, after its closure more than 8 months ago due to the coronavirus. Stricter regulations are placed in the marketplace, such as limiting the visitors to 2,000 only at a time. Police officers are positioned at the entrances and exits of El Rastro to make sure people will follow the one-way route around the marketplace. Fewer stalls are available while maintaining social distancing between each other. El Rastro is one of Spain’s largest markets, and is open every Sunday and during public holidays. It offers a large number of services and items such as clothes and kitchenware, and even antiques and jewelries.