We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews open air market huge market food market fruit and veg household goods salami farmers market lovely fruit fresh products melting pot indoor section an absolute great fun worth a visit stalls pickpockets clothing
I am a complete Italian weekly market hound. Love them. I have actually planned some stays around weekly markets here.
This is my second time in Torino and I don’t know why I never made it to the market the first time. But I saw...More
The largest market in Europe! The smells of the fresh herbs and the piles and piles of fresh peaches, figs, plums etc make you want to buy them all!
A section of the market is for clothes - lovely floaty Italian dresses and tops -€12...More
The market is mostly cheap consumer stuff. Mainly clothes, accessories and electronics. There's a huge Deli building. I was told the antiques are only there on saturday so sadly i missed that.
I would recommend for locals rather than tourists.
I really, really like markets. And this one is great. Huge choice in fruits, vegetables, meat and cheese. But also clothing, soap, flowers, antique,... A very vibrant atmosphere that both locals and tourists can enjoy.
We enjoy markets and this is huge and fun. As usual, watch out for pickpockets, but that's standard advice in big markets. There's something for everyone but what it amazing is to stick around after the market closes and watch how it is broken down,...More
Came to look for ham which is in the inside part and does not shut shop at 2 like the outside fruit and veg and fish. Made great purchases with tastings of cheeses salami and ham. Bought mushrooms outside. There is a farmers market but...More
I was told that this was a large market and it is.
To be honest I did not buy anything but took lots of photos and this place really did delight the senses. Such great fresh produce - meats, fish, fruit, vegetables as well as...More
Check the website closer to your trip. The site shows the hours over Christmas - New Year just past. I expect it will show the hours over Easter (Pasqua) around late Feb or March. Do a google search on "mercato di porta... More
Check the website closer to your trip. The site shows the hours over Christmas - New Year just past. I expect it will show the hours over Easter (Pasqua) around late Feb or March. Do a google search on "mercato di porta palazzo torino" and then translate the page (unless you have a bit of Italian)