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Mercato di Via Fauche

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Mercato di Via Fauche

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Via Giovanni Battista Fauche' 1/40, 20154 Milan Italy
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The Duomo in Milan is undoubtedly the crown jewel of the city, with its intricate Gothic facade and impressive interiors. Jump ahead of the long lines with this skip-the-line admission ticket and tour the ancient structure that took over 600 years to complete. After your small-group guided tour, climb up the steps to the rooftop and enjoy stunning panoramic views of Milan’s skyline as you walk between the spires.
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Smellycat1979 wrote a review Oct 2019
Frankfurt, Germany208 contributions27 helpful votes
A fun marker mainly for locals, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Crowded and noisy but fun and authentic. There is lots to buy, from shoes, sweaters and clothes to pasta, cookies, fresh fruit and vegetables. We had fun and spent at least 2 hours shopping, if not more. Great prices for cashmere sweaters and other local products.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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MartinConboy wrote a review Jan 2019
Sydney, Australia409 contributions120 helpful votes
The market offers up the best of local produce and its a cross between a farmers market and a flea market. Plenty of 'Made in Italy' clothes, leather bags and shoes on offer. The traders will haggle within reason so don't except the first price offered and have fun. Its only open on limited days so do your home work, Its worth a visit.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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🍔🥒 Keep Life Simple 🍺🌭 wrote a review Nov 2017
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania24,236 contributions48,635 helpful votes
We went to this market on a Tuesday in November . It is just a block from the M2 Gerusallem metro stop. The market did not dissapoint. We bought Italian made shoes ,socks, boxers ,and cooking items . The market was 3 blocks long with plenty of leather shoes,jackets and purses. This market is easy to get to. I was told it operates only on Tuesday and saturday. Do not miss it.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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jchizzon wrote a review Feb 2017
Clinton, New York57 contributions26 helpful votes
I researched street markets before departing for Milan and this one did not disappoint. I was most interested in fashion and found a number of reasonably priced sweaters that I am very happy with. In addition to fashion, the food items looked great and I also found some kitchen utensils. Overall as street markets go this was a really good one and one I would try to visit on my next trip to Milano.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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jacobtaendler wrote a review Jul 2016
Concord, California169 contributions42 helpful votes
I went down the street from my hotel to this street market. I was pleasantly surprised that although it's similar to other street markets, it differs from them by the type of food you can get AND the lack of rudeness (almost very helpful) attitude of the local Italians. We were treated very respectfully by every vendor, they made us feel comfortable with our purchases. AND, the most important thing is that you can get fair quality items for an extremely good price, eg a leather purse for 10-25 euros vrs 850 for a change bag from a distinguished designer. I liked their stuff, but mostly I liked the food!
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Date of experience: July 2016
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