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tisit2018 wrote a review Nov 2019
Melbourne, Australia14 contributions1 helpful vote
This quaint little village has some amazingly old - like 13th century old - buildings set around canals and open spaces. We were there on market day, and the rustic market stalls and pavilion are clearly meiaeval. We even sampled the frogs legs. Are you that bold?
Date of experience: August 2019
Naomi Z wrote a review May 2019
Los Angeles, California15 contributions3 helpful votes
As vegetarians, we expected to be horrified by the live animals for sale on the Saturday morning before Easter. We were not! The roosters, hens, ducks, geese, and rabbits for sale were healthy, happy, lovely animals. Shoppers took them home in roomy cardboard boxes with breathing holes. If only American livestock were treated this well! The fruits and vegetables were gorgeous as well. A wonderful experience.…
Date of experience: April 2019
bfindysz wrote a review Jun 2018
Jerusalem District, Israel660 contributions227 helpful votes
En route back to Lyon from a road trip around Burgundy and Alsace, I didn't expect to find an old town with half-timbered houses and a medieval covered market which is still in use. Full of flower festooned foot bridges over the riverlet running through the center of the city.
Date of experience: June 2018
1 Helpful vote
steve13875 wrote a review May 2018
St Cyran72 contributions20 helpful votes
Interesting restoration but lacks something that would make it authentic. Good for a short stop but don't think it is an all day affair.
Date of experience: May 2018
Peter K wrote a review Aug 2017
Geneva, Switzerland170 contributions61 helpful votes
A market with live fowl, meats, great cheeses, vegetables and flowers. Packed with people inspecting and buying all under a superb medieval roof - the Saturday market is absolutely great and appreciated by locals and visitors. Plenty of bars too with tables outside inviting for a rest and an apero.…
Date of experience: August 2017
1 Helpful vote