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The famous market "Porta Palazzo" a few steps from the heart of Turin and the many narrow streets of the old town. This place is one of the most famous of the city, I have been here a couple of times, first time I spent...More
Wow, the choice you have here is amazing, this market has the lot. It's open everyday from 8.30am to 1.30pm during the weekdays and until 6pm on Saturday. We bought fresh produce from the open air market and the stalls have signs showing where the...More
The largest open air market in Europe offers multiple vendors with vegetables, fruits, meat, fish, cheese, and prepared foods. You select the quality you want with your eyes, but you must not touch. I tend to concentrate on food, but there are also stalls with...More
They boast it to be the largest open air market in Europe and we could well believe it.!! It is humungous. Gawd knows how many clothes stalls; trinketsbooths and general merchandise areas are in the middle of two food areas. We have never seen so...More
A truly huge market!
A vast array of fresh produce. We did note the pricing on the outer edges was considerably more than those in the centre, but to get to the centre you had to brave the vast throngs of people doing so as...More
This lively market (considered to be the largest in Europe) is, undoubtedly, the best place to buy fruits, vegetables, cheese, and other food in Turin. Remarkable choice of everything, low prices, and great location - just a short walk from the central piazza Castello.
Whatever you do in Turin, don't miss this mother of all street markets. The clothes and such are not up to much, but the array of fruit and vegetables, fish and fowl, meat and cheese and bread etc is not to be believed. From early...More
In an age of crisis, many low income families, in particular elderly people, come to this central market to get good vegetables and food for very reasonable prices. In Porta Palazzo you will also find some very old and nice shops selling seeds or liquors,...More
The only regret in visiting the Porta Palazzo Market is to be on holiday and not actually loaded in shopping bags to fill from the fruit and vegetable stalls of the colourful market to take home. The market certainly gives you the idea of nature’s...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)