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It was exotic and made me think of some markets in other countries. It is hughe and pretty safe, but the quality of some products might not be the top. Good for fruit, but certainly I would be careful with the fish and some meat...
you will cry when you see the quality and prices of the foods here, We always make sure we have space in the luggage for a few kilos of cheese and sundried tomatoes, shame we cant get more in hand baggage.
The market is really a representation of the way the locals work. Its very busy, packed, and has from meat to clothes and toys. Even though you might not buy anything, its really worth going for a walk there. It is outdoors, and a bit...More
This is the main market of Turin - very bustling, with small and at times crowded corridors between the most wonderful produce from northern Italy. My advice is leave your valuables at your hotel (not due to any particular risk, but so that you won't...More
The market is active I presume every day, but the Saturday Event, is huge, and you can find from a lot of fake or cheap clothing from China and other third world countries to exciting food places, and farmers that bring their produce, it maybe...More
We had learned of this open air market before traveling here, but upon check-in at our apartment we were warned not even to wear any jewelry if we went to this market. It was quite chaotic with the frequent appearance of "creeps", but I don't...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)