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Piazza della Repubblica, 59100 Turin, Italy
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

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

Thank Lynne M
Reviewed 19 June 2018

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.

Thank Tal G
Reviewed 14 June 2018

I took a group of Scottish Cookery students to visit this market. They were astonished by the quality, volume and prices of the fresh products.

Thank Boyd S
Reviewed 29 April 2018 via mobile

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.

2  Thank Roel P
Reviewed 12 December 2017

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

3  Thank Whitebeard83
Reviewed 30 October 2017 via mobile

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

Thank helencp
Reviewed 20 October 2017

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

Thank johjoyce
Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

We visited the fruit and vegetables part, open air. We found a great variety and good prices, even better offers. The clothing part is like a low version of Oriental bazaar, probably best avoided.

1  Thank Anfrist
Reviewed 23 September 2017

Very big market which offers everything from fruits, vegetables, clothes, fish, electronics, kitchen equipment etc etc etc.

Thank xazzo
Reviewed 17 August 2017

This is the biggest open air market in Europe. And as such you can walk for hours on end looking at different stalls and choosing what's going to be next on your menu. If that's not interesting enough, the sellers are friendly and as usual...More

Thank Alexsandra M
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Bethan R
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Response from Whitebeard83 | Reviewed this property |
I don't know. Contact the office du tourism. Sorry. WB83
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Response from Elfocurioso | Reviewed this property |
Hi It is a 15 minute walk
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Response from Sandy P | Reviewed this property |
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
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