Mar 13, 2017
In Italy we have lots of open markets and they are all beautiful and full of everything you can imagine. In the same city, we can have a market in each neighborhood or even more than one.
If you are planning to go to Italy, definitely you should visit one of them.
Here is a list of the biggest and popular!
Porta Palazzo, Turin
The Porta Palazzo Market in Piazza della Republica, Turin, is the largest open-air market in Europe. It covers a huge area and it has everything you can imagine.
Mercato di Porta Nolana, Naples
The Mercato di Porta Nolana is a famous pedestrian market in Naples, on Via Nolana. It offers mainly seafood and vegetables, but you can also find many other treasures.
Rialto Market, Venice
The Rialto Market is a historic open-air market in Venice, one of the oldest ones in Italy. There you can buy fresh vegetables, fish and spices while admiring the colorful alleys.
Mercato di Ballaro, Palermo
The Mercato di Ballaro is the most popular and the oldest street market in Palermo, Sicily. You can find anything you want, from food to clothes and underwear in great prices.
Porta Portese Market, Rome
The Porta Portese Market is the largest market in Rome. It is near the river Tiber and offers everything, from vintage clothes and books to amazing antiques and furniture.
Fiera Antiquaria, Arezzo
The Fiera Antiquaria di Arezzo is the most famous antiques fair in Tuscany. It is located in Piazza Grande on the first Sunday and every Saturday of every month.
Luino Mercato, Lake Maggiore
The Luino Mercato is an enormous flea market dated back in the 16th century. It is located on the east bank of Lake Maggiore in Lombardy.